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Aelita Releases New EventAdmin

Aelita Software, a provider of Microsoft-centric products, announces the release of EventAdmin 5.0. An event data management and analysis application, EventAdmin consolidates event logs across multiple directory services, applications and systems.

Utilizing Aelita’s smart agent technology, EventAdmin 5.0 collects event logs across applications and consolidates them with Windows 2000, Windows NT and Novell Directory Services logs for archiving and analysis. One of the new features in this version is EventBank, a solution for event log archiving and mining. Other new and improved features in version 5.0 include: enterprisewide data backup and archiving, trend analysis and prediction, consolidated data analysis and reporting, and automatic notifications and corrective actions.

Contact Aelita: 800-263-0036, www.aelita.com

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

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