1. During prolonged power disturbances beyond the UPS backup duration, PowerChute triggers a graceful unattended shutdown of your connected equipment (PC, servers).
2. In enterprise environments, PowerChute Network Shutdown ensures the shutdown of virtual machines (VMs) is in the correct sequence. This capability maintains uptime by allowing workloads on virtual machines to continue running by moving them to hosts that are not impacted by the power outage. The sequenced migration protects against potential data loss and corruption.
3. When power is restored, the UPS turns on and begins supplying power to the server(s). Once the servers are back up, PowerChute Network Shutdown can detect stable conditions and then start the cluster services and VMs.