Software

Aperture Capacity Manager

Aligns business forecasts with the current state and consumption trends for the infrastructure based on analysis of historical usage patterns to help IT proactively manage data center capacity and economically plan expansion and consolidation.

Best Suited For
  • Education
  • Banking, Financial and Insurance
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Data Center/Colocation/Hosting
  • Retail and Wholesale
How to buy

Specifications

Specifications per model Aperture Capacity Manager
Application Processor Server Operating System Supported Browsers Version
Enables Data Center Management to Gain Valuable Insight and Control of the Current and Future Usage of Data Center Resources Any supported by Windows Server Side: MS Windows Server 2012 R2 (64-bit); MS Windows Server 2012 (64-bit) Client Side: Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 IE 11(11.0.20 or above) -Native Mode, Google Chrome Release 53 Mozilla Firefox Release 49 Aperture 650 SP5
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ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Monitored Data Points
Any data point can be monitored but power related data points are leveraged for the UI.
CPU Manufacturer
Intel/AMD
CPU Speed (GHz) 8 M L3 cache
2GHz or faster(each)
CPU count
2 or more
CPU Cores
2 or more
Supported Communication Protocols
http,https or Bacnet,SNMP,Modbus
Memory (GB)
2 GB or more
Disk throughput
Faster is better
User Management
Built-in
User Platform
Windows with IE/Firefox/Chrome
Storage
Dependent on DC configuration and application deployment options
Ethernet
Network TCP/IP at 100 MBits/sec
Automatic Data Backup and Export
No. Use OS/SQL tools
Virtual Machine Support
Yes

Downloads

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Features

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With Aperture Capacity Manager, you can:
Effectively plan for the best allocation of data center resources by coordinating and maintaining a comprehensive capacity management plan, including scenario planning and budgeting for infrastructure use by different lines of business.
 More effectively align and prioritize installations and infrastructure build projects with the needs and objectives of the organization via detailed reporting on historical usage trends.
 Realize cost savings and eliminate over-provisioning with project pipeline management that provides clarity around how and when infrastructure will be used.
Avoid the risks and costs of under-provisioning with proactive management of data center resources.Accurately understand the trends for virtual assets over time via integration with VMware and Microsoft Virtual Machine Manager, enabling reconciliation of virtual processes to physical hosts.

Benefits

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Quickly gain insight into current and future data center requirements with executive reports that summarize all key capacity parameters.
Easily understand increases and decreases in resource usage with month-to-month comparisons of key metrics.
Improve planning and budgeting with precise knowledge about resources that will become limitations to future growth.
 Eliminate over- and under-provisioning by projecting “time remaining” for all infrastructure resources.

Contacts

Sales In USA Change Location
IT Solutions Bid Management
USA
Product areas of focus: Software, IT Management
Support Change Location
Vertiv - Technical Support for IT Management & Software (Formerly Avocent Products)
Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. USA
Product areas of focus: Software, IT Management

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