Intel® Data Center Manager (Intel® DCM) Console

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7/5/2022

Introduction

Intel® Data Center Manager (Intel® DCM) Console (v5.0).

Available Downloads

  • Windows Server 2012 R2 family*, Windows Server 2012 family*, Ubuntu Family*, CentOS Linux Family*, SUSE Linux Family*, Red Hat Linux Family*, Windows Server 2016 family*, Windows Server 2019 family*
  • Size: 2.6 MB
  • SHA1: DED6C7E1CBC6CAC0DCD98B0C19B6836C2FF3145D
  • Ubuntu 18.04 LTS*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4*, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.9*, CentOS 7.6*
  • Size: 326.3 MB
  • SHA1: 0A3566AA374789F6E7B4DAFE1442963DA4491C4C
  • Size: 66 B
  • SHA1: 65631C12AF316152874975F735C66F3FCB73326B
  • Windows Server 2012 family*, Windows Server 2012 R2 family*, Windows Server 2022 family*, Windows Server 2019 family*, Windows Server 2016 family*
  • Size: 361.7 MB
  • SHA1: 9CF0CDF705335ED9513452607E9BE5F3D70E46D9
  • Size: 66 B
  • SHA1: 884050005FCAB73C7F7935BE712C238F7C439534

Detailed Description

Overview

Intel® Data Center Manager (Intel® DCM) is a solution with a web console and RESTful APIs that allow you to monitor and manage the health, power consumption, and thermal efficiency of the servers and IT devices in your data center.

Intel® DCM Console can be used for free with Intel® Server Products that include the AXXRMM4Lite remote management module, and also includes a 30-day trial license for use with other devices.

If you have any questions or need support setting up Intel® DCM, please contact dcmsupport@intel.com

What’s new in version 5.0

  • Carbon Emission calculation, report, projection, threshold, and alert
  • Scalability - Support 20k Redfish based devices
  • Vendor based discovery / add / import
  • Support SDPTool v4.1 with CUP
  • Provisioning API
  • Historical Power Status API
  • Support Moonshot* chassis
  • Support contact sensor with Raritan* PX2-2475 PDU
  • Support ZTE R5300 server's disk info
  • Support Ubuntu* Server 22
  • Usability Improvements
  • Security enhancements

What’s new in version 4.1.1

  • Intel® Data Center Manager Console 4.1.1 has been updated to use Spring Framework version 5.2.20 and OpenJDK 17.0.2. Customers should update to the latest version as it becomes available.

What’s new in version 4.1

  • Discover and model GPU (experimental)
  • Support HP Synergy* chassis
  • Support Brocade fiber switch with RX/TX power level threshold
  • Support Huawei* storage devices
  • Support Dell* 15G servers
  • Support additional Cisco* network devices
  • Allow extending metrics for PCC telemetry data
  • Support report for max power
  • Support report scope filter based on custom attribute
  • Support linking from third-party software to UI pages in DCM
  • Support Windows Server* 2022
  • Support Debian* 11
  • Usability Improvements
  • Security enhancements

What’s new in version 4.0.1

  • Intel® Data Center Manager Console 4.0.1 has been updated to use Log4j version 2.17.

What’s new in version 4.0

  • Warranty expiration notification
  • Offline mode for devices
  • Support firmware version for hard disk and host NIC on Intel servers
  • Mount ISO image for HP / Dell / Lenovo servers
  • Detect new firmware for Intel servers
  • Update firmware, change BIOS settings, mount ISO for Intel servers through Redfish
  • Redfish* based firmware update for HP / Dell servers
  • Support additional component inventory / health for H3C and Netapp storage
  • Support Intel Whitley servers
  • Manage Dell iDRAC 7 / Cisco servers through Redfish
  • Manage Oracle* servers through SSH protocol
  • Manage Gigabyte* blade chassis through IPMI protocol
  • Support Enlogic* PDU
  • Support EMC Connectrix* DS4100B switch
  • Support Cisco ASA 5525 firewall
  • Mapping between switch port and managed devices
  • Auto login to server BMC to simplify accessing KVM (experimental)
  • Enhanced report (group scope, capacity report, CSV support, and others)
  • Event Statistic
  • High Availability through DB replication and manual failover
  • API enhancement (capacity and utilization data for space / power / weight, get device location)
  • Monitor switch port utilization with threshold-based notification
  • Support “IPMI Dump” as part of the diagnostic tools
  • Usability Improvements
  • Security enhancements

What’s new in version 3.9.1

  • Updated third-party components to address newly identified CVEs.

What’s new in version 3.9

  • Network port status monitor and change alert
  • Hard power off single server
  • Health monitor with component instance level details
  • Match keywords in device SEL log
  • Consolidated firmware inventory
  • Batch provisioning task sequences for Intel Purley servers
  • Support additional inventory for Intel Purley servers: Backplane
  • Restore BIOS settings to default for Intel Purley servers
  • Redfish*-based firmware update for SMC Purley* servers
  • Health monitoring for additional network / storage devices: F5* switch, NetApp* storage, Arista* switches, Mellanox* switches, H3C* switches
  • Component firmware version distribution and outlier (BIOS, PSU, Backplane)
  • Reports support
  • Archive events
  • Enhanced RESTful API (link devices to discovery task, custom attributes management)
  • Device diagnostics (SNMP walk, IPMI Ping, Redfish* dump and export DCM server logs)
  • Usability Improvements
  • Security enhancements

System requirements:

Intel® DCM Console has been validated on the following web browsers:

  • Mozilla Firefox* 100
  • Google Chrome* 102
  • Microsoft Edge* 101

It is recommended that Intel® DCM Console is installed on a system with at least the following specifications:

  • A dual-core processor of 2.6 GHz or higher
  • 8 GB RAM
  • 80 GB of hard drive space

Below is recommended configuration for a scaled environment (e.g. managing up to 20,000 IPMI based nodes):

  • 2 - Intel® Xeon® Gold 6348 CPU @ 2.60GHz
  • 64 GB RAM
  • 800 GB SSD
  • Gigabit network