CrossNodes Product Briefing: Systems Management on Steroids - Page 2

 By Dayna Delmonico
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Framework Management Vendors

Vendor: Computer Associates
Product: Unicenter  
Description: Unicenters framework provides automatic discovery, scheduling, 
virus detection, monitoring from the even management console and management 
object repository. Unicenter is CA's family of integrated Infrastructure Management 
solutions for systems, networks, databases, web resources, applications, and 
end-user devices. 

Vendor: Hewlett-Packard
Prodct: OpenView Express
Description:  OpenView Express manages Microsoft Windows NT, Windows 2000, 
Terminal Server, or NetWare environment. Features integrated event correlation, 
thresholding, alarming, and reporting.  OpenView Express bundles three 
integrated HP OpenView products (Network Node Manager, ManageX, and OmniBack II). 
Provides real-time monitoring and full data protection of the Active Directory 
Service (ADS) database.  manages more than 30 applications and utilities, 
including Exchange 5.5/2000, IIS, SQL Server, and others from vendors such as 
Microsoft, Lotus, Oracle, Sybase, Compaq, Dell, VERITAS, McAffee, Norton, and Cisco.

Vendor: Microsoft Corp.
Product: Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM)
OS(s): Win NT; Win 2000
Description: Enterprise-class solutions for operations management of Windows 2000, 
the Active Directory service and other component services in Windows 2000, as 
well as .NET Enterprise Server applications such as Microsoft Exchange Server 
and SQL Server.  Mixed IT environments extensions are available from third-party 
software vendors like NetIQ.

Vendor: Tivoli Software
Product: Management Framework
OS(s): Win NT; Win 2000; HP-UX; IBM-AIX; OS/2/400
Description: The Tivoli Management Framework is the foundation for other Tivoli 
Enterprise and third-party management products. It provides the graphical desktop, 
object-oriented databases, and base services used by other products. 

This article was originally published on Oct 29, 2001
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