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New HP OpenView Flavor Targets ASPs

VantagePoint, the new flavor of Hewlett-Packard Co.'s OpenView offers features tailored to the needs of ASPs and other organizations that need flexible access to network monitoring information.

Like other OpenView products, VantagePoint is a network monitoring tool that allows administrators to keep track of expansive system performance, and notifies them when critical problems occur.

ASPs, which provide a variety of computer services to a variety of clients, frequently need to share information with their clients. However, disclosing all of the information in their systems is undesirable, so VantagePoint offers a customizable, automated interface to present clients with relevant information.

The interface is accessible with browsers, giving ASP administrators and end users nearly universal access to important performance monitoring.

Contact HP, (650) 857-1501, openview.hp.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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