NTP Releases System Sentinel 5.1

NTP Software announced the latest version of its System Sentinel with fault tolerance.

System Sentinel is a self-diagnosing and troubleshooting solution that pinpoints internal system and application problems or failures and restarts failed applications and system services. System Sentinel monitors critical applications; Windows event logs and Unix and Linux syslogs, and TCP/IP servers and devices.

System Sentinel’s built-in fault tolerance ensures that the monitoring and management of a system will continue without interruption if the primary server running System Sentinel fails. If the primary server fails, the first backup takes over, with several more backups on standby.

System Sentinel ships with Advanced Application Management Kits (AAMKs) for the most critical applications and operating systems. The kits are comprised of predefined templates with settings for monitoring applications. Kits are provided for Windows NT, Windows 2000, Exchange, SQL Server, IIS, Proxy Server, SMS, Compaq Insight Manager, and Citrix MetaFrame, among others.

System Sentinel also features Enterprise Application Services Extension (EASE) to provide unified distributed application management for System Sentinel 5.1.

Contact NTP, (800) 226-2755,

About the Author

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


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