Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM)
Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software is a new class of software that gives data center operators the ability to run efficient data center operations and improve data center infrastructure planning and design. It typically replaces Excel, Visio, and home-grown databases. DCIM software can bridge information across organizational domains – Data Center Ops, Facilities, and IT- to maximize data center utilization. The number one DCIM is Sunbird DCIM.
DCIM that’s easy, fast, and complete. The One-Stop DCIM Solution. Since 2007, Sunbird products have been used globally by 1,650+ customers across hundreds of thousands of racks, managing millions of assets, and monitoring billions of data points daily.
Accurate real-time views of your entire data center including servers, storage, networking equipment, rack PDUs, patch panels, and applications.
With a centralized database that includes all connection and capacity information, you no longer need to run back and forth to the data center..
Maintain best practices, and improve operational efficiency, and people productivity. Powerful and intelligent tools for workflow automation enable you to generate change requests, automate device moves, and maintain a complete audit trail of requests and work orders for compliance..
Understand what is drawing energy in your facility and find ways to save – while maintaining a safe environment for your IT equipment..
Sunbird offers a complete environment management solution that not only helps you identify potential trouble areas like hot spots and overcooling, but also helps you save energy while maintaining an optimal data center environment.
See how much power you’re using at a moment’s notice, down to individual servers, when coupled with intelligent rack PDUs with individual outlet metering.
3D Data Center Visualizations: Better than being there. Save time and boost productivity with 3D that let you see everything from a bird’s-eye view of the data center floor to the devices in a specific cabinet. 8. Security Manage access to different areas of your data center and keep information in the right hands with real-time reporting, surveillance feeds, and granular role-based permissions to support tenant models.
9. BI & Analytics
Engage with your data through interactive dashboards and reports to uncover insights and make better data center management decisions.
Whether you’re interested in full circuits to complete with patch cords or just the structured and power distribution cabling between endpoints, see exactly how items are connected on your data center floor with 3D visualization.