DMI (Desktop Management Interface)

The Desktop Management Interface (DMI) is a specification that defines how information about a computer’s hardware and software is presented to management applications. It is commonly used to store configuration information, but can also be used to query information about the system. DMI is managed by the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF). The current version … Read more

Solar constant

The solar constant is the amount of power that the sun emits per unit of area. It is typically measured in watts per square meter (W/m2). The average solar constant over the whole earth is about 1366 W/m2. What is solar constant formula? The solar constant formula is a mathematical expression that describes the amount … Read more

Transaction monitoring (business transaction management)

Transaction monitoring is the process of tracking and monitoring the progress of transactions in a system. This can be done manually, through the use of tools, or through the use of software that automatically monitors transactions. Transaction monitoring is used to ensure that transactions are processed correctly and in a timely manner. It can also … Read more

Wind farm

A wind farm is a group of wind turbines in the same location used to produce electricity. A wind farm can be located onshore, near the shore, or offshore. What is the purpose of wind farms? Wind farms are used to generate electricity from the wind. The wind turbines convert the kinetic energy of the … Read more

Data lineage

Data lineage is the process of tracking the data as it moves through the data center from its original source to its current location. This process can be used to track down errors, identify bottlenecks, and optimize data center performance. Why is data lineage important? Data lineage is important for a variety of reasons. First, … Read more

Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (Hitachi UCP)

Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (Hitachi UCP) is a data center management platform that enables the unified management of compute, storage and networking resources. It is designed to improve operational efficiency and reduce costs by simplifying and automating the management of complex data center environments. What is UCP server? A UCP server is a server that … Read more

Cutover migration

A cutover migration is the process of moving all users and data from one system to another with minimal downtime. This type of migration is typically used when migrating from on-premises Exchange servers to Exchange Online. The cutover migration process usually takes place over a weekend or other period of scheduled downtime. During the migration, … Read more

Clock gating

Clock gating is a power management technique used in integrated circuits to reduce dynamic power consumption. Clock gating involves disabling the clock signal to a logic circuit when the logic circuit is not in use. This reduces the power consumption of the logic circuit by preventing the logic circuit from switching unnecessarily. Clock gating is … Read more

Green roof

A green roof is a type of roof that is covered with vegetation and other living things. Green roofs can be used on both commercial and residential buildings. They have a number of benefits, including reducing energy use, improving air quality, and providing a habitat for wildlife. Are green roofs a good idea? There is … Read more


Failback is the process of reverting to a previously used or standby system or resource. In the context of data center management, failback typically refers to reverting to a standby system in the event that the primary system fails. Failback can be manual or automatic. In manual failback, an administrator intervenes to switch to the … Read more