SUSE Manager Monitoring - Priority Subscription (1 year) - up to 2 sockets,

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  • Priority Subscription (1 year)
  • up to 2 sockets
  • up to 2 virtual machines
  • MLA
  • VLA
  • electronic
  • Linux
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  • Priority Subscription (1 year)
  • up to 2 sockets
  • up to 2 virtual machines
  • MLA
  • VLA
  • electronic
  • Linux
Automating Linux server management with SUSE Manager reduces administrator effort even as the size and complexity of your Linux deployments grow. It's a fast way to multiply your Linux ROI.

SUSE Manager is a good solution for managing SUSE Linux enterprise server across major hardware architectures, virtual platforms and cloud environments.

Need help meeting compliance challenges? SUSE Manager's comprehensive Linux server management capabilities allow you to automate operating system tracking and auditing processes to ensure compliance with internal policies and external regulations.

SUSE Manager helps you improve IT service quality by maximizing system uptime. You can perform Linux server management and provisioning tasks faster and with fewer errors, for non-stop service delivery.

SUSE Manager makes it easy to transition from Red Hat enterprise Linux to SUSE Linux enterprise by managing both distributions. You can replace Red Hat network satellite with SUSE Manager easily while retaining data and configurations, and reusing customized scripts, templates and processes.

Create custom probes or use the built-in operating system probes and third-party application probes to monitor the health of servers, virtual guests and applications. Monitoring of memory space, disk usage, CPU utilization, and network services lets you prevent issues before they occur.

Grouping of probes enables faster deployment and improves the consistency of monitoring. Receive warning notifications via email or pager when servers are exceeding utilization thresholds or if services are not responding, so you can quickly respond to issues.

Monitor server health from one console with single-page updates on each server's status. Produce detailed journals and develop graphical reports of server performance.

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