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NEW - SCOM 2012 R2 MP for IBM Linux on System z monitoring

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Introducing a brand new SCOM MP to monitor your IBM Linux on System z – the NiCE zLinux MP

 

The NiCE zLinux MP is the first product of its class that provides monitoring of Linux distributions on the IBM System z platform using Microsoft System Center.

As Microsoft only provides managing and monitoring of Linux distributions on the x86 platform, the NiCE zLinux MP complements the Microsoft offering. It allows new and existing Microsoft System Center customers to include monitoring of Linux on IBM System z server into one single overall datacenter management system.

 

What can you do with this SCOM MP for IBM System z?

The NiCE zLinux MP for Microsoft SCOM is one of the pieces that you need to marry System Center and Linux on System z servers. NiCE has developed this management pack that extends the view of SCOM to give you the holistic picture of your Linux servers running on IBM System z, thus completing the enterprise scope for you.

 

With the zLinux MP, you can:

• Effectively monitor your processor instances -

• Carry out ‘Network Adapter Health checks’

• Execute ‘Operating System Health assessments’

• Perform ‘Logical Disk Health checks’

Some key features of the NiCE zLinux MP

• Effectively monitor your processor instances

• Carry out ‘Network Adapter Health checks’

• Execute ‘Operating System Health assessments’

• Perform ‘Logical Disk Health checks’

For full details of this new product, log onto the NiCE customer portal www.nice.de today!

 

Other SCOM MPs from NiCE:

  • SCOM MP for Oracle Database monitoring – NiCE Oracle MP
  • SCOM MP for IBM DB2 monitoring – NiCE DB2 MP
  • SCOM MP for IBM Domino monitoring – NiCE Domino MP
  • SCOM MP for BlackBerry monitoring – NiCE BlackBerry MP
  • SCOM MP for BES 10 monitoring – NiCE BES 10 MP
  • SCOM MP for SAP monitoring – SAP MP
  • SCOM MP for Log File monitoring – NiCE Log File MP

 

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