A guided tour of the AssetGen Connect system, ideal for documenting data centres and complex IT infrastructure. Download the evaluation version from our resources page and see for yourself how it reduces the effort maintaining a baseline of your most critical IT asset – the infrastructure
SysMap | The Quick Tour
A guided tour of the AssetGen SysMap system, ideal for documenting system and service dependencies in complex IT infrastructure. Download the evaluation version from www.assetgen.net and see for yourself how it helps all to understand impacts and risks when changing hardware and software.
Documenting and Managing Cabling Infrastructure
Remove the pain of maintaining multiple, uncoordinated spreadsheets and Visio diagrams with AssetGen. Multi-user, multi-site and capable of documenting the different types of connectivity found in technical infrastructure.
Creating Visio Service Maps
Don’t try to explain complexity when you can draw it! A video showing how service diagrams can be automatically created in Visio from existing CMDBs using AssetGen SysMap.
Visio Network Diagram Automation
Learn how to create, update and maintain multiple Visio infrastructure network diagrams of LAN, WAN, SAN, Power, Voice, etc.
Visio and Excel Automation For Services and Systems
See how AssetGen automates the creation and maintenance of application, service and system documentation. It makes it easy to update 100s of diagrams and support an infrastructure portal for users to access service data.
Automating Visio Data Center Floor Plans With AssetGen
Let AssetGen create and maintain floor plans of your data centers. Use the data graphics feature of Visio to show power loading, space, ownership and functions of computer room racks.
Data Center Change Impact Analysis with AssetGen
A short video on how to understand the impact of planned or reactive changes in data centres. AssetGen uses a combination of location, inventory and connectivity to enable impact analysis.
Importing Data Into AssetGen Connect
How to quickly implement AssetGen by importing existing infrastructure data and keeping it refreshed by other data sources.