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Integrated Operations Management JP1

Need to aggregate and monitor logs and the various events that occur throughout the system?

JP1/Integrated Management monitors your system from a single location to ensure that the entire system is problem-free. This product forms the base for integrated operations management. With JP1/Integrated Management, you can monitor environments both on-premises and in the cloud. Logs and information about the events that occur in the system can be collected to and monitored from a single location. In addition to events, you can also monitor business systems running on various platforms (including Windows, Linux, and UNIX), as well as the statuses of network devices, servers (processes and resources), and applications. Prevent important events from being overlooked by consolidating or suppressing large numbers of related events or by filtering to show only the events you are interested in. You can also perform advanced, efficient monitoring operations, such as changing which events are collected based on a given time frame and restricting the events that can be monitored by individual operators. If a failure occurs, JP1/Integrated Management automatically notifies the system administrator to ensure a rapid response.

Monitor events and logs from one place with JP1/Integrated Management

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Start monitoring your system with JP1 integrated system management

Start monitoring your system with JP1 integrated system management

Get a clear picture of the structure of complex virtual environments, and promptly identify problems

Get a clear picture of the structure of complex virtual environments, and promptly identify problems

Product features

Rapidly respond to failures with JP1/Integrated Management

Prevent important events from being overlooked, even during an event storm

When a large number of events occur at the same time (an "event storm"), duplicate events are aggregated and the corresponding automatic actions are suppressed to ensure that important events are not overlooked.

  • Aggregated display of events
    When a large number of events are sent from managed nodes to the manager, the events are aggregated in the display. Limiting the number of displayed events helps operators to easily identify the most important events.

    Aggregate the display of duplicate events to ensure that important events are not overlooked.

  • Suppression of automatic actions
    Along with the aggregation of duplicate events, automatic actions for such events are suppressed to prevent the system administrator from being inundated with notifications.
  • Suppression of event transmission
    When a large number of related events occur at the same time or the same event occurs repeatedly, you can suppress the transfer of such events from the monitored nodes to the manager. By reducing the number of events that are transferred to the manager, you can reduce the load on the server and network, thereby limiting the effects on monitoring operations as a whole.

Ensure rapid responses with easy-to-understand messages

Ensure that messages are handled in a timely manner by displaying them in a way that is easy to read and understand.

  • Message format conversion
    Unify the messages output by various systems in different formats. For example, you can customize where to display information such as the date, time, and message body.
  • Message text conversion
    To simplify the system administrator's work, replace generic message text with content tailored to actual operations.
  • Customization for increased usability
    Customize messages, for example, by appending the applicable system name to the beginning of each message to make it easy to identify the system in which the event occurred.

    Customize how messages are displayed to make them easy to understand.

Benefits of the product

  • System administrators can check events occurring in all systems from a single console, which is easier than managing events separately for multiple systems.
  • Even for nodes in a complex system configuration, system administrators can freely group nodes and monitor them from a graphical display. When a failure occurs, the color of the relevant node changes, making it easy to determine the location of the failure.
  • You can use both agent-based monitoring and agentless monitoring in the same system, allowing you to select the type of monitoring that is appropriate for each server based on that server's importance.

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