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AggreGate Network Manager is an enterprise-grade IP network management, monitoring and supervision system based on the AggreGate Platform. It may be combined with other AggreGate extensions (SCADA/HMI, Building Automation, Time and Attendance, Access Control, Fleet Management, etc.) to create an integrated building control center.
AggreGate Network Manager provides common network monitoring facilities and tools along with comprehensive capabilities to customize, modify and extend them.
The Network Manager is built as a platform-independent cross-database system. Tibbo provides bundles for Windows, Linux/Unix and Mac OS version.
Primary Features of AggreGate Network Manager
AggreGate Network Manager provides high-end monitoring and management facilities for large and complex enterprise-class networks:
•Advanced network discovery providing automatically finding, registering and configuring devices and services for management and monitoring.
•Network mapping for visual dynamically updated representation of network infrastructure, topology and state.
•Powerful alerting, reporting, charting and visualizing facilities. Integrated GUI Builder and Report Editor.
•A variety of built-in availability/operability and performance analysis tools for all major network management and monitoring domains including SNMP management, server/router/switch monitoring, database monitoring, network traffic and bandwidth monitoring, virtualized environment monitoring, etc.
•Smart application, service and process monitoring.
•Support for standard protocols and technologies along with industry’s leading data processing capabilities for non-standard network equipment.
•Advanced consolidation of SNMP traps, Syslog messages and Windows Event Log notifications.
•WMI support: fetching classes, class instances and their metadata; performing WQL requests; receiving and processing WMI events; executing methods of WMI objects.
•Enterprise-level capabilities for customization, extending and scaling the network management system; integration with third-party systems via open protocols.