Eliminate Waste with Real-Time Monitoring and Management

Intel® Data Center Manager

Energy costs are the fastest-rising expense for today’s data centers. Intel® Data Center Manager provides real-time power and thermal consumption data—giving you the clarity you need to lower power usage, increase rack density, and prolong operation during outages.

GET DATA CENTER POWER USAGE UNDER CONTROL

Real-Time Power and Thermal Monitoring

Accurate power and thermal consumption data gives you the insights needed to manage your data center power usage and hotspots.

Increase Rack Density

Maximize server count per rack in a fixed-rack power envelope for increased data center utilization.

Optimize Power Usage

Optimize power profiles per server, rack, floor or workload, and application; and reduces electricity costs.

Power Through Outages

Continue or prolong operations during power outages. Business is better with shorter and less frequent outages.

Real-Time Monitoring and Management—Real Cost Savings

How does Intel® Data Center Manager provide real-time monitoring and management? Watch the demo to see how it works.

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See what Intel® Data Center Manager does to help you better manage your data center and keep energy costs down.

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Intel® Data Center Manager doesn’t require installation of any software agents on managed nodes. See what the software can do.

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WHAT’S THE REAL COST OF MANUAL CAPACITY PLANNING AND FORECASTING?

56% of manual planners need to devote more than 40% of their time, every month, to capacity planning and forecasting.

1 in 5 data centers are relying exclusively on rack level thermal sensors and spread sheets to maximize cooling efficiency.

32% of those without DCIM lack enough actionable data to be able to make day to day decisions or long term forecasting.

GET ALL THE DETAILS IN THE REDSHIFT SURVEY

A look at inefficiencies that cost data centers time and money.

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