The cross-platform capabilities of Network Server Suite have been enhanced to provide more comprehensive monitoring of critical applications running on AIX and Linux operating systems as well as Windows. It includes a graphical Enterprise Console that provides greater visibility of important events enabling users to view and manage alerts through a single centralised dashboard. Automatic alerts can be also be sent to staff by email or SMS and a free 'app' for Apple and Android smartphones or tablets provides a portable view of the console to manage applications, processes and SNMP devices from any location.
Network Server Suite V9.0 also has advanced troubleshooting tools that provide an instant overview of important system events such as bottlenecks and failed logons with automatic alerts if unusual activity is detected that may indicate potential hacking attacks. Another new feature is the Disk Utilisation utility which monitors and reports on disk and other hardware issues.
The automation tools increase operational efficiency by speeding up the process of running scripts, analysing files and generating detailed reports, enabling potential issues to be quickly identified and resolved. In addition, existing scripts can be uploaded into the software and run securely with full error checking.
Existing users can upgrade to the latest standard version of Network Server suite free of charge. For further information, please visit www.halcyonsoftware.com [http://www.halcyonsoftware.com ].
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