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HiveIO Launches Design-Centric User Interface, Revitalizing Data Center Management

HiveIO Inc., today released a completely revitalized user interface (UI), providing a new way to visualize the data center. As part of its latest Hive Fabric 7.2 release, the new UI offers a user-driven design that instantly understands resource utilization, identifies issues, and provides real-time updates on changes across the data center. 

"Improving the experience for end-users is critical," said Kevin McNamara, CTO of HiveIO. "Our new user experience goes well beyond simple administration. Through the new UI, admins can now see their entire data center in a single pane and holistic view of every layer."

Feeding straight from Hive Fabric's AI- and ML-ready Message Bus, the new UI in Hive Fabric 7.2 provides real-time information, alerts, and metrics in an easy-to-consume intelligent visualization.

Traditional data center management platforms isolate the various layers within the data center and require specialists to manage them. Hive Fabric 7.2 solves this issue by allowing users to see real-time information across the entire solution in a single window.

The platform is designed to scale to tens of thousands of resources, visualizing what's important and adapting to the rapidly changing data center. Some other key features that enhance the operational capabilities of the Hive Fabric 7.2 platform include:

  • Intelligent Application Pooling: The ability to build pools of applications where resources are automatically adjusted as the load indicators from the application change bringing operational efficiencies to the data center.
  • Adaptable Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Scaling: Cluster Resource Scheduler will adapt the speed at which virtual machines are created and will continuously monitor the health of the environment and adapt accordingly.

The new UI comes as part of the Hive Fabric 7.2 launch and is available now.

Published Tuesday, December 04, 2018 9:26 AM by David Marshall
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