Scalability of Vutlan monitoring systems


What used to be hundreds of servers may be thousands, or tens of thousands. Keeping all these machines secure, compliant and well-managed requires a centralized, easily expandable remote management system.


Centralized monitoring of all monitoring units

For many companies, the data center has quickly become their most critical asset. The always-on, always-ready IT business climate demands continuous, uninterrupted information access and can mean the difference between success and failure. System management is required to maintain the network and prevent, or at least minimize, the duration and frequency of outages. It is critical, therefore, for IT managers to have rapid and secure access to the infrastructure they are managing from wherever they are at any time. To accomplish this, IT managers require the ability to manage their equipment, no matter where it is located or how complex infrastructure is from one central management software.

An obvious solution is a Centralized Infrastructure Remote Management Software (NMS). All of Vutlan systems fully support SNMP v1, v2c, v3. Required MIB files are included with all Vutlan units. This means that any SNMP NMS software already installed in any management center will be able to easily add all of Vutlan units and be able to monitor and manage them. Find out more at: "Integration of Vutlan monitoring system in NMS list".

We also offer "Centralized Infrastructure Management Software" already preconfigured for Vutlan units.





Centralized Infrastructure Management Software

Complete monitoring and alerting for servers, switches, applications, and services.
You can:

  • Monitor your entire IT infrastructure
  • Spot problems before they occur
  • Know immediately when problems arise
  • Share availability data with stakeholders
  • Detect security breaches
  • Plan and budget for IT upgrades
  • Reduce downtime and business losses

Visit our documentation page for more info: "Management Software"



Full SNMP v1, v2c, v3 Support

All our systems fully support SNMP v1, v2c, v3. Required MIB files are included with all Vutlan units. Find out more at: "Integration of Vutlan monitoring system in NMS list".




In-band and out-of-band management

Remote management can be conducted in-band or out-of-band. Most companies have in-band management software that relies on the data network for the transport of Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). Unlike in-band management, out-of-band management does not rely on the network or server availability to manage hardware equipment or the network infrastructure. For this reason, many infrastructure downtime situations can only be addressed by out-of-band remote management systems.

Vutlan remote monitoring systems allow to remotely monitor the equipment both in-band and out-of-band using: LAN, 3G / 4G USB modems, SMS notifications & management, SNMP trap, SNMP get, e-mail notifications, sound and alarm notifications, USB camera and IP cameras, and etc.



3G / 4G USB Modem or LAN Connection

IT managers must have rapid and secure access to the infrastructure they are managing from wherever they are at any time. Our systems support USB 3G & 4G modems. Needed when network is absent or for reservation of a connection channel of master unit with Internet.



Notifications and Alerts

Notifications are intended to inform the user about events occurring in the monitoring system. You can create such notifications as: SNMP GET, SNMP TRAP, Timer, MAILER, SMS notifications, PING and Trigger using embedded Vutlan interface. E.g. SMS notifications or SMS control can be used when network is absent.




Software scalability options for Vutlan monitoring units



Web Interface

Every master unit has a built-in web interface for monitoring and control. Simply type in the IP-address of the master unit inside a web browser to start working with it.
The demo version of the system is available at: www.telemetry.asia



Software Scalability Options

For more info about monitoring unit's "Configuration Options" read our online documentation pages.




Connecting sensors and devices

For more info about "Installation Options, Connecting Sensors and Devices" read our online documentation pages.


Connecting CAN Sensors & Devices

For more info about "Connecting CAN Devices" read our online documentation pages.





Connecting Analog Sensors

For more info about "Connecting CAN Devices" read our online documentation pages.





VT8101 / Remote Monitoring Unit Connections

The following picture shows a simple example of different devices and sensors connected to VT8101 / Remote Monitoring Unit.





VT200 Connections

The following picture shows a simple example of different devices and sensors connected to VT200 / Monitoring Unit.





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