Server Analysis and
server, network and storage summary
search and find
SERVER MANAGEMENT SIMPLIFIED!
SERVER MANAGEMENT SIMPLIFIED!
q-status Server Analysis and Configuration
q-status is a Web 2.0 based server analysis and configuration solution that empowers IT Managers, system administrators, system specialist, project managers, software developers, database administrators, and computer system professionals to display and analyze the hardware and software for all their Solaris, Linux, Windows, IBM AIX, HPUX and Virtual servers in single reports.
- Locate servers with specific system and I/O Boards
- Quickly identify all servers with specific patches and software
- Easily find available resources
- Identify network issues (address, speed, duplex, etc) as summary.
- Generate comparisons
- Configuration Change email alerts
- Disk Email alerts by filesystem
- Root Kit Hunter email Alerts.
- Easily exports data to a Configuration Management Data Base (CMDB) to support ITIL standard and provides specialized associations
q-status provides system administrators, DBA’s, managers, and developers with up-to-date configuration data and analysis on demand.
- Identify single points of server failures
- Retain history of server changes
- Establishes server migration requirements
- Identifies server consolidation issues
- A must for server consolidation and server migration
- Securtiy Issues
q-status has an intuitive and easy to navigate user interface.
q-status Server Configuration analysis is across the whole data center and is not just a server by server analysis.
q-status allows a central dashboard view for the entire data center. It allows summaries of all hardware, storage and network assignments across the whole data center displaying single reports which summarize all server operating systems. Locate duplicate IP's. Identify which servers have the faster processor and the most memory. Generate a dynamic list of each server storage and the total storage used in the data center. q-status also displays viirtual server configurations including VMware, Xen and KVM virtualization with cross referencing to the hardware server.
q-status is very easy to install and maintain as compared to other type monitoring software.
q-status provides "Search and Find" across multiple servers to identify parameter discrepancies (e.g. hardware locating, dns assignements, software packages, etc.) without requiring logging into the each individual server.
q-status uses standard system process and does not require any special security holes be created. Data is always transferred encrypted to the q-status Web Server.
q-status supports analysis of all servers in the data center or belonging to a user defined group in a single report. The disk summary report summarizes the total disk space used and disk space available with dynamic filtering for all the server in the data center at the same time. “We are very proud of the new disk summary report as it easily provides answers IT has long searched for”, Michael Barto lead product evangelist said “It identifies which servers have the most free space available and which servers have the most disk space used.”
q-status Server summary is an always up-to-date report listing all the data servers by processor speed, memory, attached storage and active network interfaces. Summarize include system type and OS versions.
q-status Disk summary displays all server and their disk usage in single report. Not only is total data center storage calculated, but through Web 2.0 technology, total and per server disk storage for individual file system types (e.g. data, OS and temp filesystems [not available in q-status Windows) can be displayed.
q-status Network summaries list all the IP's assigned, speed and duplex in the entire data center. Even bonded or aggregate networks are shown.
q-status provides side-by-side comparisons and analysis of server patches, software and kernel configurations of multiple servers. This includes not only comparison of individual servers but also baseline (comparison of server histories). The discrepancy engine supports various filter options that can be invoke on-the-fly (e.g. missing, rev change, etc.).
q-status has fostered a practical view on ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) since its inception. Our acclaimed low overhead, high impact configuration management tool now supports capturing and attaching vital CI (Configuration Item) data for each item.
Automated data collection has been the focus of the q-status solution and is the traditional Achilles heel of a CMDB implementation. As datacenter become more virtual so does q-status the latest addition of support for VMware to the already extensive Solaris Zone support makes managing virtual data centers easier than ever.
q-status allows easy export of the configuration data into other systems such as accounting focused asset management or highly complex external CMDB implementation. Since baselines are an essential part of good IT management it is built right into the q-status DNA and in the latest version exception management and alerts make managing changes a breeze.
q-status has a Custom Extension API and each q-status version comes with a set of demo templates that can be easily customized to provide custom reports and extensions.
The q-status View allows data centers to maintain dynamic information of all server in single reports. It allows summaries of all hardware, storage and network assignments across the whole data center. Locate duplicate IP's. Identify which server has the faster processor and the most memory. Generate a dynamic list of each server storage and the total storage used in the data center. q-status View also displays hardware association of VMware, Xen and KVM serves with cross referencing to their virtual servers.
q-status Linux supports a variety of Linux versions including RedHat, CentOS, SuSe, Debian, Gentoo and Ubuntu. q-status Linux provides analysis of hardware parameters, iptables, comparison of applications, disk configurations and network status. q-status Linux supports Baseline comparisons. Read More
q-status Windows supports analysis of hardware parameters, comparison of applications, server summary, disk configurations and network summary. q-status Windows supports Baseline comparisons. Read More
q-status Solaris supports analysis of hardware parameters, comparison of applications, disk configurations and network status. It compares systems patches, kernel, packages for missing and dated items and/or compares against baselines. q-status Solaris performs patchdiag to identy new patch requirements Read More
q-status HP UX supports analysis of hardware parameters, comparison of applications, server summary, disk configurations and network status. q-status HP UX supports Baseline comparisons. Read More
q-status IBM AIX
q-status IBM AIX supports analysis of hardware parameters, network attributes, comparison of applications, server summary, disk configurations and network status. q-status IBM AIX supports Baseline comparisons. Read More
q-status Custom Capabilities
Each q-status version comes with a set of demo templates that can be easily customized to provide custom reports.
q-status Enterprise View
The q-status Enterprise View server analysis software utilizes a relational data base to allows large and small data centers to maintain distributed information of individual sites. All site data is stored in a database accessed by the q-status Enterprise view allowing complex yet efficient reporting of system data on all sites including cross-site comparisons.
All trademarks identified throughout this document are the property of their respective owners.
LogiQwest, Inc. - USA email@example.com Phone 714-883-1949