Multiple Options for Deploying Uplogix
Uplogix is created, coded and constructed in Austin, Texas.
Uplogix can be deployed in a variety of ways depending on your existing infrastructure and network management needs. We have two hardware versions of our purpose-built Local Managers, the Uplogix 500 and 5000. Each provides a local platform for running the Uplogix Local Management Software (LMS), and share features like an option slot for internal modems, dual management Ethernet ports and on-board storage.
In addition to a dedicated hardware platform, Uplogix has optimized its LMS for KVM or the VMware ESXi platform. These virtual LMs can utilize directly connected console servers, network attached console servers, or locally attached serial ports for management of end devices.
The Uplogix 500 is a full featured, compact and cost effective Local Manager capable of managing six network devices including a managed power supply. This smaller version of the Uplogix 5000 is well suited for deployments that have physical space limitations, or in non–racked environments. It is ideal for branch offices and remote applications where space is at a premium.
The Uplogix 5000 is available in models that can manage 6–38 devices including a managed power supply. The Uplogix 5000 is a scalable and robust out-of-band platform for enterprises that need to manage an ever-growing infrastructure of distributed networking gear, servers and other IT devices located at remote sites, branch locations and data centers.
Deployed in the NOC, the Uplogix Control Center delivers real-time monitoring and management capabilities, offering a unified view of what’s occurring in your distributed infrastructure. As an element manager for Uplogix Local Managers, the Control Center also serves as the gateway between the Local Managers in the network and existing IT management systems.
VIRTUAL LOCAL MANAGER
Virtual Local Managers can be used in the same deployment with physical Local Managers, potentially allowing customers to save money by using hardware they already have and use standard hardware from preferred vendors. It also creates the opportunity to deploy on special purpose platforms such as WAN acceleration appliances or other devices that run VMware.
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