This feature provides you with an expandable display of directory trees and filenames for the entire file store on remote systems, regardless of platform type. Menu Options include:
This feature enables you to run scripts interactively on remote multi-platform systems without having to log into an account on that system
Preset Telnet sessions to automatically connect to designated systems, have the option to run scripts to log into those systems, and even automatically run operating system command scripts in those sessions
SSyM has a set of displays that monitor specific system management attributes, across multiple platforms and across the entire customer network. The information is displayed and refreshed at regular intervals. You can take corrective action to modify data or the operational status of remote systems. These functions can also be customized or complemented to meet your specific needs.
A range of displays enable you to monitor performance, including:
SSyM makes it easy for you to monitor and manage multi-platform queues, jobs, processes and services, etc. It has all the functions you need to be in control of your enterprise-wide systems activities, including start/stop queues; pause/ resume/re-queue jobs; and monitor/suspend/ reprioritize processes and services.
Execute operating system command scripts on remote distributed systems. Keep a repertoire of frequently used scripts in a library for future use. Execute scripts on multiple servers, either in parallel or in sequence. View the running of the scripts in a central results window.
SSyM enables you to monitor the availability of a selected set of machines using TCP / IP Ping. If you wish, it can also raise an alarm when machines become unavailable, or network response times become too long, etc. In addition, it monitors the availability of Sysgem software agents and allows the system time of remote systems to be synchronized.
Existing functionality or new customer-specific options can be easily integrated into the product
These displays provide you with a constantly refreshed summary of the recent event log entries on a selected list of Windows servers. They can also be set to alert you when selected events occur on any of the systems being monitored (e.g. by sending an email or running scripts when these events happen). By archiving records, you will have a permanent summarized audit trail of the selected events captured in the monitor window.
The UNIX SYSLOG entries are captured and displayed from a selected set of UNIX Servers. As with all SEM display windows, these displays can then be filtered, sorted and extracted in standard report formats
The audit journal from a selection of VMS servers is summarized in a display window covering a selected period of time. The resulting display can be sorted, filtered, and extracted to any of the standard report formats, such as HTML, text files, Excel spreadsheets and email, etc.