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DatacenterManager is a state of the art, fully automated Inventory & Performance Monitoring / Trend Analysis Tool (build in Java) that can inventorise your UNIX servers in seconds (without installing extra software on your servers by using SSH and plain old UNIX commands). Tests reveal that adding a batch of 100 servers to the inventory takes less than 17 minutes ! After that you can immediately start the poller (collecting performance data) and Trend Analyze. Performance problems often arise from years of cumulating datacenter complexity and changes in usage and are therefore highly divers in nature. The root causes of sluggishness roams across all hard & software levels of infrastructure, making it very hard and time consuming to identify them.

Most companies fail in the performance improvement process, give up and give in to frustration. DatacenterManager was especially designed for this purpose. DCM massively and remotely senses key hard and software resources utilization throughout your entire datacenter and stores the collected data historically and maintenance free with an almost unnoticeable operational impact. Besides Inventory and Polling, DCM offers a flexible and powerful Resources and Trend Navigator, allowing you to swiftly move through any period in any combination of resources in a second. DatacenterManager's unmatched Trend Navigation also provides Scalability Management. DCM interacts with servers over encrypted SSH communication and does NOT use public key authentication as it is based on password authentication by terminal automation interaction. DCM and your UNIX System Administrators login and interact with your servers the same way. DatacenterManager let's you benefit from 13 years of UNIX System / Support Engineering in a product that can handle over 100,000 resources per minute from even a simple desktop computer !

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