Automatos provides tools for automated performance analysis, capacity planning, and real-time monitoring of services across multiple platforms (Linux, NT/2000/XP, AIX, Solaris, Tru64, and HP-UX). The performance analysis service assists in identification or prevention of problems with computers within a company's network. The capacity wizard provides hardware upgrade planning support, suggestions being based on current (or simulated) growth rate. Real-time monitoring allows users to remotely monitor their machines from either a Web or a WAP console, generating notifications based on user-defined thresholds. Automatos is a low-intrusion system that uses strong encryption and compresses data for optimal and minimum bandwidth usage. Reports are generated in PDF format in several different languages. Ad-hoc online report generation and customization is also available.
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Release Notes: This release improved stability and added support for SMP to the Server Agent, and corrected bugs with LVM. The build also incorporates a much more stable version of the relay module.
Release Notes: This release has an improved SSL transmission library, automatic proxy/firewall detection, support for NTLM authentication, better logging features, and an agent transmission watchdog.
Release Notes: A fix for a CRC32 bug, a fix for a bug that denied log delivery, and saving logs in the syslog if not able to save on disk.
Release Notes: Enrollment is now always sent on every agent start. Memory usage control was added on all platforms. A bug with the engine and the PATH variable was fixed. Generic improvements were made in the relay engine.
Release Notes: This version has support for HTTP as a data transmission protocol, and also firewall features like proxy and SOCKS.