By 2020, more than 7 billion people and businesses, and close to 20.8 billion devices, will be connected to the Internet. To host these data, datacenters (DC) have become the backbone of the digital society as well as of a large part of our economy and their number and complexity keeps increasing rapidly. Businesses of all sizes are moving their key processes to external colocation datacenters. “The global datacenter colocation size is expected to grow from USD 31.52 billion in 2017 to USD 62.30 billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 14.60%.” At the same time, datacenter resources require monitoring and management to ensure proper business continuity. To that extent, IDEAS project will enable datacenters to benefit significantly from the value add of DCIM (datacenter Infrastructure Management) solutions at a fraction of the cost and complexity of today. DCIM features will be accessible through a service-oriented business model. These services will address the needs present during the active life of datacenters and enforce growth of datacenter industry and associated industries across the EU. An example of this approach is the remote monitoring of the datacenter infrastructure using the intuitive / immersive interface of IDEAS. It will provide an innovative and competitive answer at a time when the number of datacenters is dramatically increasing in Europe due to colocation, “cloudification” of enterprise IT, but also new trends such as IoT, 5G that will result in the surge of very small and scattered datacenters (also known as Edge IT). The proposed project is needed to unlock the significant potential of commercialization of R&D results (novel datacenter monitoring software) developed in the ongoing FET project MANGO. It will use this newly developed know-how and existing 3D engines to bring this system not only to a limited research world but also to a large number of datacenter operators.