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ITO Server Power Data to the PUE Calculator

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ITO Server Power Data to the PUE Calculator

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Mashwiz on 2019-09-09


Hi Team,

Kindly, one way of getting IT load if there are no intelligent pdu is to use the ITOptimize and get the server power consumption directly.

However how can I add this data to my PUE calculator on the IT load section.

Thanks.

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Re: ITO Server Power Data to the PUE Calculator

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Greg Sterling on 2019-09-09


Based on some tests I ran this morning I would say its not possible to use ITO to feed power data from sensors to the PUE calculator. My ITO server does not appear as a source for sensor data for PUE.

I assume the power devices upstream from the racks are not monitored?

It is possible to use an ETL import database as the source for power data in addition to using a tool like data center expert. In this case though you'd need to come up with a mechanism to transfer power readings into the import database.

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