DCIM software & dedicated server provisioning toolkit

Easily manage hundreds of dedicated servers or take control of the entire data center infrastructure

DCIM software

DCImanager is capable of managing infrastructure of any scale, from a few servers to all physical assets of the data center. You can administrate server equipment, keep track of inventory & parts, and check power consumption.

Our software easily scales up from a few servers to a few DCs. If you rent resources in one or a few DCs, you have a single UI to manage all server equipment. If you're a DC owner, you get a complete toolkit for infrastructure management.

Dedicated server provisioning toolkit

Hosting providers use DCImanager to automatically provide dedicated servers to their clients. Our solution is fully integrated with popular billing software (BILLmanager, WHMCS) and it gives end-users the ability to remotely manage the machines they rent.

As a provider you'll be able to set up automatic activation of the dedicated server after the payment is received. The system will quickly deploy an OS and prepare the server for operation. It will also empower users to boot, reboot, and shutdown the machine.

Get started with DCImanager

OS Templates
DC map

We'd like you to experience the quality and all advantages of DCImanager and invite you to try it's free version.

Main features

Maximize convenience and efficiency of your infrastructure management with DCImanager. It presents a single point of access to all your servers, equipment, and networks.

Dedicated server provisioning

Automate server provisioning from ordering to managing an active machine by integrating DCImanager with WHMCS, BILLmanager, or HostBill. Learn more.

Automatic OS deployment

Deploy operating systems on servers in automatic or manual modes. Use OS templates or boot server from a custom-made ISO image. Learn more.

Servers and parts inventory

Always keep up with what you have in stock and track every server, device, part between physical locations, data centers, racks, or specific units. Learn more.

Network management

Easily configure switch ports & virtual networks (VLAN). Manage server remotely via IPMI. Allocate IPs to new servers automatically. Learn more.

Monitoring system

View complete traffic and electricity consumption statistics for servers and racks. Track statistics of OS templates installed on servers. Learn more.

Rack management

Control how your racks are filling up. Automatically add servers to racks. Have an insight on how many ports are available or already in-use. Learn more.

Automated server tracking system

Search active and stand-by servers. Watch the information about CPU, RAM, HDD, and network cards installed on servers. Learn more.

Server Diagnostics and recovery mode

The panel automatically detects and tries to correct operation issues. If even rebooting doesn’t help, you can run the recovery mode. Learn more.

Read the article "7 problems of dedicated server providers"

Enterprise features

DCImanager Enterprise is an advanced version of the standard DCImanager, which enhances monitoring of a data center at large and give more tools for inventory management.

Monitoring of engineering infrastructure

Monitor consumption and possible losses of electricity. Control how effective your cooling system is, as well as battery charges. Learn more.

Extended inventory management

The module streamlines operations with suppliers and inventory management in the data center system. It also allows data center administrators to send a server to maintenance and specify the missing parts to optimize delivery process from equipment vendors. Learn more.

Data center map

The data center map visualizes allocation of racks, cabinets, UPS, and other pieces of equipment located in DC. It simplifies the process of controlling bandwidth, temperature, and free slots per each rack. Learn more.

DCImanager has a free version

Supported vendors of equipment

DCImanager uses handlers for managing equipment and connecting with dedicated servers, switches, PDU, IPMI, Intel AMT, UPS, routers. We are constantly working on enlarging the list of supported equipment.

Extension of functionality

DCImanager is fully-featured software but you can still extend the range of its abilities without a headache.

Each data center is unique. That’s why we're ready to customize DCImanager to offer you one-of-a-kind functionality: add new handlers for your equipment or integrate it with other 3rd party software solutions you use in production. Send us an email with your specifications to sales@ispsystem.com, and we will make you an offer tailored to your needs.

And of course you are always able to extend DCImanager functionality by using developer’s documentation and API.

DCImanager advantages

Support for multi locations

Many DCs have more than one physical location, and the more locations they have the harder it is to have full control over the whole infrastructure, in a unified system.

Rich functionality

Say goodbye to spreadsheets or dozens of separate solutions. DCImanager has rich functionality for managing all aspects of your data center operation.

User-level access to servers or racks

DCImanager has a multi-level system of users: super-user, admin, support team, rack or server owner. Give your team and customers a powerful tool for managing the infrastructure. Cut support costs and at same time add value for customers.

Security & stability

DCImanager get new security updates and improvements every week. Our developers team is constantly working on improving the user experience, maximizing security and stability of the system.

Facts about DCImanager:
Initial setup
Days updates
release cycle
€ per rack per
mo. and below
Racks already
under management

G-Core Labs infrastructure is spread between 15 cities all over the world: Frankfurt, Hong-Kong, Seoul and others. DCImanager allows us to manage all these location from a single UI.

–  Pavel Poddubniy, Head of Cloud Division at G-Core Labs

DCImanager allows us to provide customers with all the tools they need to have control of their dedicated servers. It’s a must-have tool for providers to facilitate server deployments, monitor bandwidth usage, and track inventory.

–  Ahmed Samir, President of DigitalFyre Internet Solutions


DCImanager allows us to manage our entire server inventory through a single web interface, track server connections and bill for used Bandwidth and Power Consumption. Additionally it features great reinstallation and rescue functionality and custom OS templates can be created without much hassle.

–  Henry Spanka, Development Team of myVirtualserver


DCImanager is fast, easy and has lots of cool features. The idea of how DCImanager handles with servers is amazing! Users are able to add server even without IPMI, because not all servers has it. Instead of it users can add "connections" for the servers where they can add an IPMI, as well as PDU’s or switches.

–  Zoltan Karpati, Team Tárhely.eu


DCIM is a system of measures for optimization and management of data center infrastructure, which includes software and human resources (engineers). The important piece of any DCIM structure is monitoring of all vital data center parameter such as power, ventilation, cooling, and fire and security systems.
DCIM software (Data Center Infrastructure Management software) is the general term used to define software for management and monitoring of data center infrastructure. Normally such software is focused on automation of certain processes or the overall data center system. The most on-demand features include monitoring of all equipment systems, temperature and humidity monitoring in premises, server provisioning, etc.
PDU (power distribution unit) is a system for power distribution. It can be utilized for the whole data center or for certain racks. Power is an important element for any data center ecosystem, and systems like PDU are used to optimize and save energy losses. PDU is also designed to secure proper power redundancy to avoid malfunctions due to power outages.
Bare metal provisioning is a process of preparation of bare hardware for operation which includes installation of OS, recipes, a hypervisor, and other basic components.