Dell offers a comprehensive range of software based, hardware based and appliance based server Systems Management products designed to manage your datacenter and fit any IT department's needs. This page is your starting point to learn about Dell products such as OpenManage, KACE, DMC, iDRAC, Lifecycle Controller, and more.To discover more about each Dell Systems Management product and to find out which one is the right fit for you, click on one of the links below or read the Introduction to Dell Systems Management.
If you need help knowing finding out where to start based on your needs, consult the Dell Systems Management Advisor
The following products provide the ability to easily monitor, manage, update, and deploy to servers in your datacenter from a single console. To learn more about the advantages of each Dell hardware / datacenter systems management product, click on the links below:
The following are embedded on a Dell server motherboard or in a Dell Blade Chassis. The DRAC and LifeCycle Controller are hardware components that allow for agentless out-of band monitoring, management, update, and firmware backup of your Dell server. The CMC goes one level higher up than the DRAC and gives Adminis the ability to monitor multiple blade servers and shared components in a Dell blade chassis.
In addition to products for servers, Dell provides tools to manage Dell workstations and laptop systems.
Dell has Systems Management products that can help you both manage and scale physical systems and virtual resources in the cloud (including servers, storage, networking and hypervisors). The Dell Management Plug-In for VMware vCenter allows you to manage both physical and virtual machines through the vSphere console.
Dell Active System Manager provides an intuitive, automated, template-based experience for the deployment, orchestration and lifecycle management of physical and virtualized converged infrastructure.
While Dell Systems Management tools offer graphical interfaces that make systems monitoring easy, some more advanced IT Administrators will want to take advantage of scripts to automate systems management tasks. Click below to learn more.
I cannot leave a comment on the page this link refers to, but it is horribly out of date. It doesn't mention the CCTK, only the stale CCU from 2008.
Someone needs to update or remove that page and leave only the Client Management page on the Wiki.