Eaton Visual Power Manager
Eaton’s new Visual Power Manager (VPM) software provides data center managers the tools to monitor data center power devices – including all UPSs and PDUs (rack and floor mounted). VPM is easy-to-deploy, simplifies day-to-day monitoring and helps maintain business continuity.
Whether you have one server rack tucked away in a closet or an entire data center, being able to monitor and administer power from one location can be a great benefit in running your center.
VPM helps you monitor power equipment, supply predefined and custom reports, initiate mass firmware and configuration commands and deliver a visual layout of your data center, making it simple to stay in-tune with trends and identify and resolve any issues. The comprehensive reporting software saves you time, allowing you to stay on top of power management while focusing on the bigger picture—running your data center.
Easy to Deploy
User-friendly setup of the Visual Power Monitor streamlines the deployment process relieving common pain points with software installation.
- Auto discover Eaton UPSs and Managed, Metered Input and Metered Outlet rack PDUs
- Initiate mass firmware and configuration commands
- Vendor agnostic to maintain your mixed environment
Simplify day-to-day monitoring
Time-saving features ease your daily power management workload, allowing you to perform quick status checks and move on to other work priorities
- View trends from the easy-to-access dashboard
- Identify equipment health status within a visual layout of your data center
- Supply predefined and custom reports, both scheduled and on-demandMaintain business continuity
- Robust capabilities and real-time monitoring help ensure continuous power is supplied to your critical equipment
- Avoid crashes due to UPS and PDU overloads
- Instill system confidence with failover and capacity simulation
- Control PDU outlets and UPS load segments to turn on, off and reboot hung equipment
If you are currently managing your data center without visual power monitor software, isn’t it time you considered the ease and power of watching over this important aspect of your business from one location with 24/7 access to reports and real-time information?
Contact us today for more information about this and other software services that can work with your center.
Did You Know?
The average cost of a data center outage rose from $505,502 in 2010 to $690,204 in 2013 to $740,357 in the latest study, representing a 38 percent increase in the cost of downtime!