On pages 44-46 of the latest version of Networks Europe magazine, David Cuthbertson covers the challenges of defining and visualising IT assets without overloading engineers. He describes how to improve accuracy of diagrams and schematics with less effort and duplication. Plus how you can automate the visualisation of relationships/dependencies between hardware and software assets within …Read more →
Posts Tagged ‘diagrams’
Its common sense that there should always be an up to date diagram to explain how a complex IT network is constructed and configured. But in practice the size, depth and complexity of modern corporate networks makes this very difficult. The industry standard MS Visio diagramming software is often used ineffectively, due to lack of …Read more →
Visualize the data centre using MS Visio and automate the production of floor, rack and topology diagrams. Make it easy to identify paths, locations and potential single points of failure of power/LAN/SAN/WAN services.
Understanding a data center is difficult due to the number of devices and connections crammed into a small space. The best way …Read more →