Centralized Management and Monitoring for PeerSync Backup Edition
The Peer Operations Center provides visibility into PeerSync Backup Edition, enabling administrators not just to review their PeerSync running instances in a centrally managed console but also to plan the deployment, generate silent installs, and get alerts when certain machines are not backed up for a certain threshold of time.
Peer Operations Center is a comprehensive management solution, from planning and configuration to rollout and monitoring.
- Secure Web-based Console
- Wizard-driven Configuration
- Wizard-driven Deployment
- Active Directory Integration
- Central Monitoring
- Activity / Alert Reports
- Central License Management
- End-user Alert Notification
- Role-based Access
Persistent tracking of backup states with advanced filtering to quickly spot those machines with failed or stale backup activity.
The Operations Center can be accessed from anywhere within your network or offsite, through a browser. Using Windows Authentication, it overlays on the existing network security.
Silent Installation Package Generation
Automated Silent Installation Package generation, with pre-configured settings and backup configuration. The Silent Installation package can be distributed through the Operations Center distribution functionality or through any outside software distribution process.
End-user Alert Notification
Integrated functionality to alert users of backup inactivity and/or failed backups.
Through Active Directory integration, the Operations Center offers the ability to distribute the Silent Install Package/Deployment to associated users by email. This process will also allow the administrator to track download of the package through the Deployment Management section of the product. Alternatively, the deployment package can be downloaded and distributed through third-party software distribution tools or Group Policy.
Multi-role/Multi-user Account Access Control
Create custom roles with specific permissions and access control. This feature allows Operations Center users to be in charge of specific deployments, further limiting access by having read-only permissions set for a specific role.