ESMPRO Solutions: IT park and migration management
ESMPRO software suite consists of a complete IT suite management
solution that facilitates daily IT service operations, and
radically reduces total cost of ownership (TCO). ESMPRO ensures the
automatic deployment of disk images, OS, applications, patches and
BIOS updates on the servers and the network PCs, as well as
advanced client administration and efficient software
Functions and Features
NEC ESMPRO offers many functions and features for managing remote
servers across a network. These features help the system
administrator perform daily system operation, system extension, and
transfer tasks. Some features of NEC ESMPRO include:
- Hardware and Software server configuration
. Hardware resources mounted in servers, such as the CPU, memory,
disks, disk array, and LAN boards.
. Software resources, such as operating system information and the
drivers running on each server.
- Server Failures
. On-screen real-time displays provide the system administrator
with the failure type, location, cause, and a suggested corrective
. Failure data includes hardware failure information such as system
board temperature, memory failure, crashes, and software failure
- Performance .
NEC ESMPRO monitors server performance and displays information
such as the CPU load rate, memory usage, disk usage, and LAN
traffic. Usage threshold values can help the system administrator
monitor and prevent server overloads.
NEC ESMPRO consists of a Manager program
that runs on a management computer and of an Agent program that
runs on the servers to be managed.
- The Manager collects hardware, software, and firmware
information from the Agents connected to the network. The Manager
displays the Agent information, failures, and error logs on the
- The Agent monitors server hardware, software and firmware
and transmits the information over the network to the Manager using
SNMP. The Agent lets you view system settings and reset some NEC
ESMPRO thresholds locally. See the NEC ESMPRO Agent User's
Each managed server must have the Agent installed and running.
Using SNMP, the Agent sends data across the network to the Manager,
which collects the server information.
In addition, when you install both IIS and the Web Component on the
management computer, you can manage servers through the web
The following figure shows a sample Manager/Agent
Express5800 ESMPro Management Suite