Delivers Significant Efficiency Gains and Service Delivery Improvements for Data Centres
A new Object Monitor module can be used to check any object within the IBM i environment and allows Journal Receivers to be quickly and easily located and deleted based on age or when they were last used. Business rules can also be set to automatically delete Journal Receivers after a certain period of time to free up large volumes of valuable disk space and increase the efficiency of housekeeping processes for IBM i systems.
Systems Operations Suite 5.0 now provides higher levels of security protection by automating the monitoring of the
Should pre-configured system thresholds be breached, automatic alerts can be sent to authorised staff by email or SMS and viewed on the Halcyon Enterprise Console. A free 'app' is available for Apple and Android smartphones or tablets, providing a portable view of the console that enables IT staff to manage critical applications, processes and SNMP devices. ERP software and other core business applications can also be proactively monitored including
Other new features include Custom Task Monitor, an optional plug in module that provides an easy way to schedule simple or complex IT tasks such as calling a program or API to provide regular checking processes necessary for efficient operations. It also enables users to receive notifications or configure automatic, corrective actions if processes fail to run as scheduled.
Existing users can upgrade to the latest version of System Operations Suite free of charge. For further information, please visit http://www.halcyonsoftware.com
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