End of Hardware Support Notice

By | October 27th, 2015|Blog|

Uplogix is announcing an End of Hardware Support for all Uplogix Control Centers running on Dell PowerEdge 2850 and 2950 servers due to the age of these servers and the availability of replacement parts. The End of Hardware Support is set for October 1, 2016. Customers currently running the Control Center on one of these platforms currently [...]

v5.2 software release now available

By | June 25th, 2015|Blog|

Uplogix Local Management Software version 5.2 makes out-of-band easier, faster and more valuable with WAN Traffic Failover (WTF) – a backup path for the primary network that doesn’t require expensive redundant gear. The update includes new functionality that pairs high-speed LTE modems with the network-independent monitoring and device automation of the Uplogix platform to failover [...]

Be Prepared – What Local Management can do in disaster

By | October 29th, 2012|Uncategorized|

The expectations for the storm as of Monday morning, October 29. As the Northeast region of the United States hunkers down for the landfall of Hurricane Sandy it seems to be a good time to reflect (under the blue skies and cool temperatures of a nice early fall day here at Uplogix headquarters in Austin) [...]

Putting remote automation to the test

By | August 7th, 2012|Uncategorized|

This week NASA provided a great example of automation with successful arrival of the Curiosity rover on Mars after months of spaceflight and a multi-stage landing process referred to as "seven minutes of terror." As a company that has developed a unique solution for network automation, it's easy to draw a few comparisons (as well [...]

Proving we have a better mousetrap

By | June 21st, 2012|Uncategorized|

The proof is in the conceptOne of the challenges we face at Uplogix is that the better mousetrap we bring to network management is such a leap from traditional network management that people really want us to prove ourselves. We've always been more than happy to do this, challenging potential customers to put us into [...]

Single-vendor networks vs. multi-vendor, no problem

By | February 27th, 2012|Uncategorized|

"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free..." This well-known line most likely did not refer to the networks that today's IT shops have to deal with, but it's not far off when it comes to network management. As everyone struggles to find the right combination of spending, manpower and [...]

Looking at the Uplogix Control Center

By | December 14th, 2011|Uncategorized|

Local Management is defined as managing network devices directly -- not over the network they utilize or provide. To tie together multiple sites and numerous Uplogix Local Manager devices, there is the Uplogix Control Center. The Control Center deploys in the NOC to provide real-time monitoring and management capabilities as an element manager for Uplogix [...]

Creating High Availability (HA) with Uplogix Control Centers

By | October 18th, 2011|Uncategorized|

The Uplogix Control Center is the core of an enterprise-wide deployment of Uplogix appliances. As the point of control for all Uplogix appliances, it's web-based GUI puts IT administrators in control of real-time data to easily manage all devices connected to the appliances.As with most enterprise applications, redundancy is an important consideration and often a [...]