The Avocent AMX Analog High Performance KVM switch provides real-time user access to all major server platforms and serial devices.
Built for small datacenters and remote/branch office environments, the AV 3008, AV 3016 and AV 3200 models of KVM over IP switchs provide consolidated, streamlined access to server resources.
This Trellis Partner training program allows access to all Trellis courses in the catalog as well as the Avocent Universal Management Gateway.
“The Trellis Certified Monitoring Specialist provides users with an understanding of the Trellis platform monitoring capabilities and enables them to perform all the necessary
steps to configure and monitor devices. This certification enables users to use the Energy Insight module to track current and historical efficiency metrics, as well as access energy consumption dashboards for determining data center sub-system cost. “
The Trellis Certified Planning Specialist certification enables participants to manage the physical inventory within data centers using the Trellis platform. Participants also learn
to use the Trellis Change Planner module to manage projects and tasks in a well-designed, thoroughly documented manner, with complete visibility and control of the process.
This course combines, lecture, discussion, demonstration and hands-on lab exercises that cover Trellis Inventory Manager and Change Planner.
This course provides participants with lecture, discussion and hands-on experience using Trellis Power Systems Manager. Course topics cover identifying Trellis Power Systems Manager dependencies, adding switchgear, making power connections, creating one-line diagrams, reviewing downstream devices, editing port state expressions, and configuring Trellis Power Systems Manager Dashboards.
This course enables data center professionals to understand the organization of tasks within their data center. Students will learn how to use a single interface for tracking workflow, along with instantaneous updates to their Trellis environment. Attendees will learn how to set up the infrastructure, execute processes, and view relevant metrics through integrated dashboards and reports. This course combines lecture, discussion, demonstration and hands-on lab exercises.
This course combines, lecture, discussion, demonstration and hands-on lab exercises that cover Trellis Site Manager. Course topics cover Trellis Site Manager architecture and managing symbols, roles, and permissions. This course also covers managing devices, establishing monitoring, and collecting data. Other topics cover working with alarms, events, and notifications. This course also covers changing building power phase labels and creating reports.
This course familiarizes learners with the capabilities of the Trellis System Manager module. It offers a combination of lecture, discussion, demonstrations and hands-on labs exercises to provide the learner with a rich and immersive training experience. This course covers navigation of the thermal maps and views, as well as configuration of thermal thresholds and thermal report generation. This training addresses Thermal concepts, best practices and solutions to common thermal issues.