Fieldview Solutions To Showcase New DCIM Solution At Data Center World Global Conference
Sev Onyshkevych the company’s CMO will share insight on next generation DCIM benefits.
FieldView Solutions has announced their latest speaking engagement. The company’s CMO, Sev Onyshkevych has been selected as a panelist forData Center World Global Conference, April 19-23 in Las Vegas, NV. The company will also showcase its new, highly acclaimed,FieldView 2015 DCIM solution (Booth #413).
Underscoring FieldView Solutions’ commitment to delivering the industry’s most innovative data center management tools, Onyshkevych will participate in a vendor and end-user panel discussion titled “Successfully Implementing and Growing with Your Chosen DCIM Solution.” The session will be held on April 20, 2015, 1:45 - 2:45 pm and panelists will debate best DCIM practices, use and long-term success stories as well as illustrate real-world ROIs and results.
“FieldView 2015 is the first in a next generation of DCIM Monitoring tools for all types of data center operations,” Onyshkevych said. “It’s a welcome departure from the inefficient or inadequate, custom-built software or Excel and Visio tools typically used to monitor mission-critical facilities. Through an automated process of gathering data from Facilities infrastructure and IT devices, FieldView 2015 is able to maximize efficiency while simultaneously reducing operational costs.”
Conference attendees can demo FieldView 2015 at the company’s booth #413 to review the offering’s three new optional modules: PowerView™,LiveView™and DataView™. The new DCIM solution offers:
- A“single-page,” intuitive, user interface
- Vivid dashboard displays
- Enhanced alarm notifications and analytics capabilities
- Internationalization and mobile device-ready screens
With a fully customizable dashboard and a dynamic view summary of all the monitored metrics, FieldView 2015 improves data center resilience by enabling “What If?” simulation of potential failures, and of contemplated changes and planned maintenance downtime by big data analysis.