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Advanced objects maps
Visual everything in objects oriented maps, presented by object types(resource type) for easy overall top view. All resources are devided by buckets, providers, suppliers, VLANs, networks, data centers, racks, subnets, network gear and self defined tags. Click on each map object to get full object summary and other info. You are always 2 clicks away from every resource full summary and review.
Racks management
Visual all your racks. Place your hardware inside racks and group racks in data centers. Pin resources to racks for easy reference and clear resources view.
IT rooms management
Visual all your IT rooms. Map resources such as racks, hosts, network devices to rooms.
Resource / Host Grouping
Group resources by relevancy. Allprobe objects binding system is very flexible. You can bind resources and main objects to Buckets that could be any logical group, DataCenters, pin to racks, pin to network devices & to remote ports, providers(public or private cloud or dedicated providers), bind resources to hardware suppliers and much more.
Network Devices Visualized
Managing network devices is not usually simple. All you need to do is set up the resource matrices, Allprobe will do the rest and show it in a wonderful and easy-to-understand way
Dedicated Lines & fibers
Dedicated point to point connections (logical & physical). Infrastructure ( object to object paving ). From To connection types include From To DataCenters, Racks & Network Devices.
IPAM (IP management)
Auto managed subnets are subnets that are created automatically when adding resources / hosts IP addresses to the system. They are created initially as class C subnet for easy IP visualization. You can change the subnet CIDR or create "not managed subnets" as well.
Self managed subnets are subnets that you create manually. Resources IPs & special IP pools(e.g DHCP pools) will populate those subnets eventually by a background process so you don't have to bind resources manually.
SLA
SLA (service-level agreement) in Allprobe terminology are quality, availability, responsibilities checks. We track SLA ּּStatistics and Averages on any configured PING / ICMP, PORT (TCP / partial UDP port checks) or HTTP (website) check. When you add monitoring(probe types PING or PORT) to a host / resource, additionally to the checks made, the system will also accumulate and calculate statistics on the quality, availability, responsibilities of those checks and will alert on any SLA issues by notification on UI or email report.
Resource hardware & inventory
Host network interfaces / IPs
Confiure IPs, bond intefaces, trunks, VLANs, remote ports, L2, Interfaces type for each host. The system will auto poplulate and calculate subnets, VLANs grouping, network devices ports pinning and much more.
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