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ANSA system developed for patch, asset management

updated 11:20 am EDT, Mon April 26, 2004

ANSA support Mac OS X

today announced launched its Autonomic Network & Security Administration (ANSA) system, offering a transparent "system managing systems" technology to augment patch and asset management. The cross-platform, agent-based system can scale to support thousands of Windows, Linux, UNIX-variant and Mac OS X computers from a single ANSA Inoculation Server. It features an Asset Discovery Engine, an automatically updated Global Update Repository, and Inoculation Server (running on Windows), Inoculation Clients for managed computers (including Mac OS X), and a System Administration Management Console. Pricing starts at $35 per agent.




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