user interface

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Noun1.user interface - (computer science) a program that controls a display for the user (usually on a computer monitor) and that allows the user to interact with the systemuser interface - (computer science) a program that controls a display for the user (usually on a computer monitor) and that allows the user to interact with the system
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
computer program, computer programme, programme, program - (computer science) a sequence of instructions that a computer can interpret and execute; "the program required several hundred lines of code"
CLI, command line interface - a user interface in which you type commands instead of choosing them from a menu or selecting an icon
graphical user interface, GUI - a user interface based on graphics (icons and pictures and menus) instead of text; uses a mouse as well as a keyboard as an input device
Translations
uživatelské rozhraní
Benutzerschnittstelle
käyttäjäliittymäkäyttöliittymä
felhasználói felület
gebruikersinterface
brukergrensesnitt
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Nlyte's DCIM provides unmatched functionality that supports all data center processes across the entire "dock to decom" lifecycle.
OpenData DCIM software performs real-time polling of critical data center infrastructure to measure power utilization, cooling effectiveness and environmental status.
One type of user is the so-called DCIM 'power user' who is doing planning, commissioning, and other deep-dive activities associated with managing the operations of their data center around the physical infrastructure," explains Bloomstein.
While stand-alone infrastructure like a Building Automation System (BAS), Electrical Power Monitoring System (EPMS), IT network management and a building's security system are all needed to monitor and control individual equipment at the local level, DCIM is the umbrella that can integrate all the local, independent systems into one dashboard providing a holistic view of the data center.
Commenting on this significant technology addition to GFS Crane, Shekhar Dasgupta, Founder and Director, GreenField Software said that, "Integration with Intel DCM Energy Director will not only enhance GFS Crane Power Management capabilities, but would also bring down the total cost of ownership of GFS Crane DCIM software.
HP Converged Management Consulting Services help customers capitalise on Schneider Electric's top DCIM solution, StruxureWare by delivering deep expertise in ITSM, IT infrastructure, and facilities, as well as a framework to connect business goals, systems and data centre processes," said Einhorn.
As a part of the solution evaluation process, Choice Hotels visited a number of colocation facilities to learn how other companies managed their remote data centers and learnt that Raritan solutions was on top in terms of remote management capabilities in power, KVMand DCIM.
These acquisitions broaden our scope in the data centre space and the conference will include in-depth discussions around DCIM, intelligent lighting and in-building wireless solutions.
As participants and partners for the third consecutive year, Schneider highlighted creative solutions such as the DCIM technology to help improve industry operations.
The officers were trained on how to distinguish between migrants who request voluntary return assistance to their countries of origin and those who are subject to administrative removal by the Libyan authorities, as well as the roles of IOM and DCIM in these processes.
DCIM is a software solution for data centers that provides a comprehensive view of all data center resources (space, IT, cooling, and power) to improve data center management and capacity planning.
These same factors are driving the financial markets' need for more reliable internal and outsourced DCIM models to ensure data security, mitigate risk from fault and failure, lower costs and maximize operational efficiencies.