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NTP Ships System Sentinel with IIS App Kits

NTP Software announced the release of four new Advanced Application Management Kits (AAMKs) for Microsoft’s Internet Information Server 4.0, SQL Server 6.5, Proxy Server 2.0, and System Management Service 2.0. The kits include pre-defined templates for out-of-the-box monitoring, are available to System Sentinel customers for download from NTP’s Web site.

A self-diagnosing and troubleshooting solution that pinpoints internal system and application problems or failures, System Sentinel restarts failed applications and system services, or takes other specified corrective actions. It is fully configurable to follow directions, and provides advanced log management.

System Sentinel is dedicated to real-time monitoring of critical applications, Windows NT/2000 event logs, Unix and Linux syslogs, and TCP/IP servers and devices. Built-in fault tolerance ensures that the monitoring and management of a system will continue without interruption if the primary server running System Sentinel should fail. System Sentinel monitors locally via installed agents, and remotely via agent-less management, then takes specific corrective actions on the server or device where the problem occurred.

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

Contact NTP, (800) 226-2755, www.ntpsoftware.com.

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