Also referred to as single pane view, single pane of glass is an information technology (IT) phrase used to describe a management tool — such as a unified console or dashboard — that integrates information from varied sources across multiple applications and environments into a single display.
Single Pane in the Data Center
In the data center, a single pane view provides management with visibility into key IT performance indicators and metrics to align business goals and to link operational metrics with business priorities. To obtain a single pane view, key metrics must be captured across the different sources.
Some metrics are often provided by the application vendors offering APIs to access the key metrics. Industry best practice guides typically recommends compliance with the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) metrics and key performance indicators to ensure that the process is effective and efficient.
Rezence is a wireless charging technology and specification based on the principles of magnetic resonance and developed to wirelessly power smartphones, tablets, wearable computing devices and other mobile electronics. The name Rezence is derived from the words resonance and essence. The Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) organization is responsible for maintaining, promoting and evolving the […]
- Utopic Unicorn
Utopic Unicorn is the Ubuntu codename for version 14.10 of the Ubuntu Linux-based operating system. Officially released in October 2014, Utopic Unicorn follows the Trusty Tahr (v14.04 LTS) release and introduces a variety of improved application deployment and orchestration capabilities. Other additions in the Ubuntu Utopic Unicorn release include the new Linux 3.16 kernel, the […]
- Microsoft Band 2
The Microsoft Band is a small “wearable computing” device worn on a user’s wrist. While its form is more of a band in lines with a fitness band like Fitbits and the Nike Fuelbands, as a wearable computing device it also competes with smartwatches like the Apple Watch. Also known simply as “Band,” the Microsoft […]
Miracast is a peer-to-peer wireless technology that enables users to mirror, or share, their computer or mobile device screen to other computers, TVs, projectors, streaming players or other electronic devices. In order for Miracast to work, both devices need to support the technology, although wireless Miracast adapters can be purchased for devices that lack built-in […]
- HTML Microdata
HTML microdata, an HTML5 specification, is used to label content to describe a specific type of information. It is machine-readable data that is embedded in HTML documents and compatible with other data formats, including RDF and JSON. The purpose of the microdata specification is to help automated programs to better understand the content of your […]