Data Center Operation: Server Access is a software only application that provides full lifecycle access to the server Operating System (OS) and the Base Management Card (BMC) for controlling multiple IT devices from a single console via remote management. Power cycling enables users to remotely access servers when they are offline, and power up/down or restart servers, even when the server OS is down. Server Access enables both in-band and out-of-band access to servers. Access the BIOS (basic input/output system) or the BMC directly from the DCIM software to solve hardware problems preventing a server from booting normally.
AvailabilityPower cycling - Access servers remotely whether they are on or offline for instant control and reboot.Consol access - Remotely control and manage IT devices through software KVM for lights out data center management.Secondary out-of-band management - Utilizes a secondary access path for reaching affected devices and solve any issues through the alternate business-critical network.Primary in-band management - Access both server OS and BMC through the primary network to solve any issues.OS access - Connect to the operating system via RDP, SSH and VNC.BIOS configuration - Access BIOS settings and configurations directly from the DCIM software to solve hardware problems preventing a server from booting normally.Server diagnostics - Provides access to server audit logs for analyzing and troubleshooting when the OS is unresponsive.Access track and trace - Track and trace who and when servers have been accessed and controlled through the software KVM.ManageabilityPhysical location - Provides visibility to exactly where your servers are placed within the data center for an accurate inventory and overview.One-to-many device control - View, configure and control multiple vendor’s IT devices through one console for secure and easy server management.Multi-vendor asset support - Provides support for multiple types of IT assets and hardware platforms.Software only KVM - Reduce costs by eliminating the need for hardware appliances in the data center.