Learn how to automate the configuration and provisioning of your intelligent rack mount power strip in this FREE Zero Touch Provisioning White PaperDOWNLOAD NOW
Zero Touch Provisioning Whitepaper
One of the challenges with intelligent cabinet power distribution units has been the ability of users to get them configured and working on their network. Only on the network can they truly provide the valuable power and environmental monitoring and alerts that the user has paid for. This has been a challenge for many and there is no end to the number of reasons why some PDUs are not networked including:
- The PDU's were installed well before the network was up as power was needed and we never got back to it.
- We just haven't had the time or resources to get them all on the network yet.
Server Technology, first to automate configuration and provisioning of their Intelligent PRO Series PDUs via Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP). In this white paper, we explore different methods for best practice PDU deployment and configuration, while letting the reader determine which methods merit further review or application.
Flexible Rack Mount Options Available
0U - 1U - 2U - 3U - 4U
Our rack mount power strips include standard button mounts along with provisions for custom mounting brackets (contact us for more info).LEARN ABOUT USING A HORIZONTAL VS A VERTICAL PDU
The Future of Rack Mount Power Strips is Here, HDOT Switched and Smart Now With POPSDISCOVER THE HDOT RACK MOUNT POWER STRIP
With tens of thousands of HDOT® rack mount power strips already installed, Server Technology has now completed its most popular and innovative product line ever with the addition of the HDOT Switched POPS® (Per Outlet Power Sensing) PDU. Now with device level monitoring, the most uniquely valuable rack mount power strip on the market provides the #1 solution for density, capacity planning, and remote power management for the modern data center. One PDU to solve today's top data center challenges: Power Density, Capacity Planning, and Remote Power Management.
Learn how to increase data center density and capacity without increasing risk in this FREE white paper from DCDDOWNLOAD NOW
DCD White Paper: Managing the Unpredictable
Adding data centre capacity to meet future compute, network, and storage needs can be an expensive and risky task when future enterprise workloads are not always predictable.
This paper will cover key questions regarding density and capacity including:
- Why are denser data centers of increasing interest to data center operators?
- What are the key elements of a high-density data center?
- How can enterprises take advantage of high-density computing?
- What lessons can be learned from data centers with higher densities?
- What are the benefits of higher PDU outlet numbers and higher server operating temperatures?
Additional analysis from market data and guidance from real-world case studies from The Mitre Corporation and Paddy Power Betfair, will provide the reader with valuable benefits that can be realized by implementing a flexible strategy and the right technology to measure, manage, and monitor capacity needed when deploying high-density data centers.
AC vs DC Power
Server Technology carries a full line of rack mount power strips that allow you to feed AC or DC power to your data center equipment cabinets or remote site all while providing advanced power monitoring metrics and management capabilities.LEARN WHAT THE DIFFERENCE IS
Features That Our Customers Look For:
Right Outlet Mix
Cord Retention Options
Interoperability with Third Party Software Management Solutions
Seamless Integration with Sentry Power Manager