Astaro has introduced the new version of its Command Center.
The company claimed that ACC 2.1, the platform for its installations, adds new areas of functionality. New features include a global definitions capability that allows the central management and rollout of network and service definitions, and automatic re-synchronisation of deployed definitions when updated.
The organisational unit structuring improves the overview, scalability and handling of security management, and increases multi-client capabilities by allowing separation and encapsulation of devices and objects.
Also device-based reporting offers at-a-glance daily graphical reporting of hardware, network and security status, while aggregated reporting generates reports of combined data from any number of devices.
Jan Hichert, CEO of Astaro, said: “With the Astaro Command Center, organisations can easily manage their own security configuration from a single location. We developed the Astaro Command Center to assist end-users with large installations, and as a tool to help our partners offer additional value to their customers.
“The new and updated features in version 2.1 make it easier for our partners to offer managed security services, giving them a tool for creating additional business and adding value to any Astaro installation.”