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Slide 1 - Köszöntjük a Comfort-NETshare Kft. oldalán
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  • 1. The Cornerstone of Manageability © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION Rev 1.1
  • 2. Avocent Management Infrastructure Software © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 3. © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 4. ACS Family Advanced Console Server Appliance © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 5. Cyclades ACS Application Example Cyclades ACS Appliance © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 6. Cyclades Advanced Console Servers Models: – Cyclades ACS 48 – Cyclades ACS 32 – Cyclades ACS 16 – Cyclades ACS 8 – Cyclades ACS 4 – Cyclades ACS 1 © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 7. Cyclades ACS Advantage • Easy and flexibly to use: – Powerful CLI & wiz commands – Customizable menuing system – Easy-to-use web GUI (wizard & expert modes) • Complies with your existing security infrastructure: – RADIUS, TACACS+, LDAP, Kerberos, SecureID – Automatic local fall-back (configurable) – SSH v2, logging of system events and user access – IP filtering, IPsec support • Saves valuable cost and time by rich functionality & connectivity: – Cascading and IPMI Support – Data logging, Event notification – Dial-up support for remote access, 2 PCMCIA Slots – Unlimited number of simultaneous sessions to serial ports & port sniffing • Unique integration of power management: – No operator error when powering server on/off • Integrates into a huge variety of customer environments: – Port densities from 1 to 48, Clustering – Single and dual power supply, 220v or –48V DC © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 8. DSR® Family KVM over IP Switching Solutions © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 9. DSR Application Example •Accessible through: • Local (OSCAR® Interface) •Direct Web access • DSView® 3.x Software • Modem (OOB) © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 10. DSR2035/8035 Switch Connectivity Dual 10/100/1000 Ethernet connections for digital KVM Analog connection access and failure/redundancy for KVM access Universal AC power 2 Power Control 32 CAT 5 connections for DSRIQ Ports smart cables USB ports for local keyboard and mouse or USB devices © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 11. DSR KVM over IP Appliances Branch/Remote Enterprise Enterprise/SMB Branch/Remote Offices with Enterprise/SMB with with Offices Virtual Media Virtual Media Virtual Media DSR1021, DSR1022 DSR1031 DSRx020 DSRx030 DSRx035 DSR1024 Target 1, 4 or 8 Servers 8 Servers 16 Servers 16 Servers 32 Servers Devices 1 Local, Choice of 1 Local, Choice of 1 Local, Choice of Connections 1 Local, 1 Digital 1 Local, 1 Digital 1, 2, 4 or 8 Digital 1, 2, 4 or 8 Digital 2 or 8 Digital PS/2, Sun, USB, PS/2, Sun, USB, PS/2, Sun, USB, PS/2, Sun, USB, PS/2, Sun, USB, Platforms Serial-based devices Serial-based devices Serial-based Serial-based Serial-based devices devices devices Virtual Media Yes Yes Yes On board Web Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes browser Dual SPC ports; Local/remote sharing; Additional Local USB ports for 5 USB 2.0. ports; Dual SPC ports; 5 USB 2.0 ports Features keyboard/mouse Dual NIC ports for 5 USB 2.0 ports failover/redundancy © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 12. DSRIQ (Computer Interface Module) • Exclusive CAT 5 technology – Reduces cable volume – Designed for high density racks – Provides connection from the DSR KVM switches to servers • Exclusive Keep Alive technology – Allows attached servers to continue network functions in the event of power failure to the switch – Keyboard and mouse emulation processing powered from the keyboard connection on the servers • DDC2B compliant – Meets current VESA standards – Provides optimal Digital Display resolution and video settings • Connectivity – PS/2, Sun, USB, VT100 serial-based devices and Virtual Media – Available in 14- and 20-inch lengths © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 13. What is DS Virtual Media? Virtual Media Defined – A straight-forward method for customers to load CDs/USB from a server at a central site and transfer the information to a server at a remote site – in the same building or around the world. • Available on: – DSR1030 – DSR1031 (with DSVIEW 3.x) – DSR2030 – DSR4030 – DSR8030 • Provides KVM and VM access to a single appliance via an IP address © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 14. DSView 3 Virtual Media At a Glance Virtual Media provides the ability to remotely load SW and diagnostic information, with or without a working OS, from devices that are centrally located. © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 15. DSR KVM Advantage • Easy and flexibly to use: – OnBoard Web-Interface – Integration into DSView Software – CAT5 cabling – Interfaces with PS/2, USB and SUN keyboard/mouse • Complies with your existing security infrastructure: – authentication by LDAP, NT, AD, TACACS+, RADIUS via DSView Software (also SecurID) – selectable encryptions (DES, Triple DES, 128-bit, AES and also on VM) incl. Video via DSView Software • Easy to connect, easy to use: – UTP (CAT5) cabling – Interfaces with PS/2, USB and SUN keyboard/mouse – Web-GUI for access and configuration, no extra SW to install – Cascading • Saves valuable cost and time by rich functionality & connectivity: – Cascading – Virtual Media (xx3x models) – Dual Ethernet for failover (DSR 2035/8035 Switches) • Unique integration of power management: – No operator error when powering server on/off • Integrates into a huge variety of customer environments: – Port densities from 1 to 32, Clustering – 1, 2, 4 or 8 IP-Users © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 16. PM Family Integrated Power Management Solutions © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 17. Cyclades PM Application Example ACS / DSR® © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 18. Cyclades PM • Models: –Cyclades PM10i 10A – Cyclades PM10i 16A – – Cyclades PM10i 32A – Cyclades PM10i 32AU – Cyclades PM20i 16A Cyclades PM20i 32A Cyclades PM20i 32AU © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 19. Cyclades PM Advantage • Complies with existing security infrastructure: – Fully integrated into Avocent DSView® /ACS/DSR® security concept – User access list per port • Safes your time and resources: – Remote and independent control of power outlets – Automatic sequential power-up – Global current monitoring with threshold alarm – Event notification (email, SMS, SNMP trap) • Easy to use: – Quick identification of correct power unit and power outlet – Support for name assignment to power outlets – Coverage of large power port densities (daisy-chaining) • Reduced risk: – No operator error when powering server on/off – Power port state locking support (lock port on or off) © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 20. OnBoard, MergePoint™ Service Processor Management Appliances © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 21. Service Processors • processor within server • out-of-band access to server • communicates over Ethernet • Versions: • Functions: • IPMI: Standard • SoL • ILO: HP, Compaq • KVM • DRAC: Dell • Power • RSA: IBM • Virtual Media • RSB: Fujitsu Siemens • HW Sensors • ALOM: SUN © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 22. Blade Management Modules © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 23. Service Processor Protocols • IPMI (Standard): – Serial over LAN (IPMI 2.0), Power control • iLO, Riloe (HP, Compaq): – Web, Serial over LAN, KVM, Power, Virtual Media • SMASH/CLP (HP): – Serial over LAN, Power • DRAC (Dell): – Web, Serial over LAN, KVM, Power, Virtual Media • RSA (IBM): – Web, Serial over LAN, KVM, Power, Virtual Media • Sun ALOM: – Serial over LAN, Power © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 24. Service Processor Protocols © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 25. Problems with Service Processors • Low Level of Security – little centralized authentication (most) – unsecure protocols: TELNET or HTTP (some) • Difficult to scale – no single sign-on – no consolidation – each server adds one ADDITIONAL IP-address • Deployment costs: – Extra Ethernet connection per server – Requires twice as much switch-ports – Additional internal or even external IP-addresses required © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 26. Problems with Service Processors • Management: – dependency between server and networking groups • Multiple non-standard protocols, propietary SW for each vendor • Separation of OOB from production network – requires management network • Lack of centralised Logging and Auditing © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 27. OnBoard: Secure Rack Management © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 28. Cyclades OnBoard SP Manager Server Ethernet ports Aux Port User Ethernet Console ports • ATP8124: 24 port, single AC • ATP8140: 40 port, single AC • ATP8224: 24 port, dual AC • ATP8240: 40 port, dual AC • ATP8424: 24 port, dual DC • ATP8440: 40 port, dual DC © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 29. MergePoint 5200 SP Manager • Two Ethernet ports • User interfaces: • Serial console for initial setup - Web-based interface • RDP and VNC support - CLI based on SMASH CLP • MGP5200-xxx: base unit, 64 targets enabled • MGPUG64-xxx: 64-target add-on license • MGPUG128-xxx: 128-target add-on license (maximum: 256 targets by one MergePoint 5200 appliance) © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 30. DSView® 3 Enterprise Management Software Solution © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 31. Enterprise Management Solution DSView Software provides secure browser control to your local and remote IT assets and uses a fully redundant, replicating database system © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 32. DSView 3 Navigation © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 33. OS support WS v3, AS v3, ES v3; kernel 2.4.21 (x86) Enterprise Server 8 and 9 © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 34. RDP and VNC services added • What is RDP? • Who uses it? • Why? • What is VNC? • Who uses it? • Why? • Why is this addition important to customers? – Answer- We combine their “in-band” methods with our “out-of- band” management solutions to provide failover capabilities and central event logging © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 35. Failover to a “real” connection Only Avocent can do that today © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 36. Security – AES Encryption AES Encryption Only vendor to currently offer this option © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 37. Security - RSA SecurID • Two Factor Authentication – Something you know (PIN Number) – Something you have (number on token) • Authenticators (Tokens) – Authenticators Time Sync’d with RSA Server – Time on RSA Server is critical • Passcode – PIN & Number on Authenticator – 2745 & 79249134 = PASSCODE Only vendor to currently offer this option © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 38. DSView 3 Advantage • Consolidated access with single sign-on: – Central management of different HW and OS • Easy and flexibly to use: – Browser based – Customizable user interface – Scalable video • Safe, complies with your existing security infrastructure: – authentication by LDAP, NT, AD, TACACS+, RADIUS – selectable encryptions (DES, Triple DES, 128-bit,) AES, RSA – Redundancy/Failover – Detailed audit log and reporting interface – Virtual Media helps to avoid viruses or unwanted SW loaded onto remote servers – Moderated connection scheme • Saves valuable cost and time by rich functionality & connectivity: – Scheduled tasks – Simultaneous flash update – Auto discovery of appliances – Installation wizards – Virtual Media – Event notification © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION
  • 39. © 2006 AVOCENT CORPORATION

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