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As part of the Sysgem Enterprise Manager (SEM) software suite, Sysgem System Manager (SSyM) unifies and centralizes the management of connected servers, devices, databases and layered applications - across Windows, UNIX/Linux, OpenVMS and IBM i


Available as a desktop application and accessible with any web browser with our Virtual UI.

Sysgem System Manager SSyM for Windows,
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SSyM Features

Sysgem’s System Manager offers a comprehensive suite of features to unite, simplify and integrate core system administration tasks in an organization’s multi-platform on-premises and remote systems environment across the entire network from one centralized screen. 

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Cross-Platform Managed Inventory

Performance, Health & Availability Monitoring

Control Enterprise-wide Queues, Tabs, Processes & Services

  • Multi-Platform file and directory explorer for managing on-premises and remote machines with advanced attribute filtering and admin tools

  • Monitor real-time or historic system and network performance metrics such as CPU and Disk I/O loading, OpenVMS Shadow sets and disk usage with integrated statistics and trending tools 

  • Unify sysadmin tasks across platforms such as start/stop queues; pause/resume/re-queue jobs; and monitor/suspend/reprioritize processes and services


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Automated System Administration & Reporting


Alerts & Alarms

Customizable Management Dashboards

  • Centralized multi-platform event log and audit browser with integrated custom real-time alerting and alarm functionality

  • Automate audit archiving and custom reporting requirements 

  • Holistically view critical system information at a glance from customizable dashboards

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Remote and Heterogenous System Management

Event & Audit Logs Analysis

Interactive Command & Task Scripts Depositories

  • Distributed systems management functionality for managing multiple remote servers

  • Execute interactive OS command scripts on multiple machines across all platforms from your integrated central library on remote distributed systems without logging into individual system accounts

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