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  • 4 October 2010 13:47

Opengear Partners with Zenoss to Create New Abilities to Remotely Access and Monitor IT Infrastructure

Opengear has partnered with Zenoss to extend monitoring capability to previously undetected devices and integrate a vital layer of out-of-band access methods to remote sites.

Opengear (www.opengear.com.au/zenoss-technote.html) a leading provider of next generation console server and remote management solutions, has announced a partnership with Zenoss that creates new levels of remote monitoring and network device management.

"Opengear wrote ZenPacks that extend the Zenoss open source management tools," said Bob Waldie, founder and CEO of Opengear. “We integrated a vital layer of in-band and out-of-band access capabilities into this powerful remote site monitoring tool.”

"As we continue to leverage our open source platform and create innovative technology partnerships, we are improving the way IT professionals remotely access and manage all of their IT equipment."

Opengear has announced several partnerships with leading providers of network management and server monitoring software including SolarWinds, Nagios and AccessIT. These partnerships extend monitoring capability to previously undetected devices and integrate a vital layer of out-of-band access methods to remote sites.

The partnerships expand monitoring to new markets including grid, utility, pipeline, medical, military, industrial and more, by enabling customers to:

• actively monitor all the network devices, power equipment, and environmental conditions at their remote sites

• monitor previously undetected RS232, RS422, RS485, USB, digital I/O devices

• have point-and-click access to the remote site from within Zenoss, Nagios and SolarWinds screens

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