Power IQ 2.0 energy management software

Thursday, 25 November, 2010

Power IQ 2.0 energy management software can be used to help conserve energy in data centres. It provides thermal analytics for monitoring rack temperatures based on industry guidelines, enabling users to increase temperature to meet recommendations; alert users if temperature exceeds threshold conditions; and, provide long-term trend charts. It also enables graceful shutdown of under-utilised Windows and Linux servers.

The agent-less approach enables graceful shutdowns and start-ups of servers connected to any rack power distribution units (PDUs). It does not require additional software to be loaded on the target server and uses standard operation system scripts and commands. Energy can be saved by scheduling automatic power cycling of an IT device group when not needed.

Other features include: collects SNMP traps from all supported rack PDUs and environmental sensors, and provides an event browser for sorting and filtering the event list and sends email notifications for specified events; easily set or edit rack PDU outlet name, system name, contact name; enables the use of a partial IT device name or IP to find PDUs or IT devices.

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