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Session

The Open Enterprise Server Health Monitor
Jim Abbott, Product Manager, Web Technologies, Novell

Track: Products & Services
Date: Thursday, July 29
Time: 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Location: Portland

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Whether you have 50 servers or 1,500, the state of their health is vital. It's important to know if a server has failed or is experiencing performance problems.

This session offers an overview of the CIM-XML technology leveraging OpenWBEM. Server health is monitored across eight areas: Processors, Memory, Storage, Operating Systems, Users, Processes, Applications and Services.

We will also demo the server bubble-up page.



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