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Set up Multi-Level / Master-Slave Umbrella Network Monitoring

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This guide provides an overview on how to set up umbrella monitoring to monitor applications and devices in distributed networks. Multiple instances of monitoring systems (in this example Verax NMS express) can be configured in a tree-like, master-slave, federated umbrella monitoring structure. This umbrella-like monitoring can be used to monitor geographically distributed networks e.g. by telecommunications operators to manage regional, state and national networks or managed service providers for managing their clients' infrastructure.
 read more | mail this link | score:9177 | -falko, August 14, 2012
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