D-View 7 can be accessed with a browser anytime and from anywhere as long as there is an Internet connection.
A mixed array of functions are built into this single centralised platform including fault analysis, device availability, configuration tools, reporting and performance management features. The software provides a free licence to manage up to 25 nodes and 2 probes with optional licence upgrades alongside a web-based design that allows IT Administrators to manage a network without the need for installing client software.
Users can configure their devices as a group distribution batch with pre-defined templates and devices can be labelled to better manage inventory. Any action users make in batch configuration, firmware upgrade or Configuration Management will be identified as a task making it far easier to schedule and simplify administration jobs.
Also on offer is the ability to virtualise the D-View system with multiple workspaces. Administrators have the ability to divide a network into multiple workspaces based on different management scopes and hierarchies. Users in a particular workspace can create their own independent environments, making this an extremely useful tool for any organisation with a large IT team to manage their network by geography, functional responsibility or organisational hierarchy.
D-View 7 is organised into a server-probe architecture, which simplifies data collection across complex networks. Monitoring and configuring multiple devices at remote locations, across the Internet, or behind NAT is no longer an issue. By deploying a probe in a NAT environment, the probe collects local monitored results from the networks and sends the information to D-View server through a dedicated network protocol without any barrier. This eliminates any need for configuration to be made at the local network.
For simplified network management D-View 7 is a solution that is both flexible and versatile, providing cutting edge technology to provide a comprehensive software toolbox that can be accessed without the need to install software onto the client.
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