Raritan provides ‘Dominion KSX II’-switch to the secure remote management of IT equipment before dinner, March 11, 2011 Raritan (www.raritan.de) II has expanded with the release of 2.3 its KVM and serial-over-IP switch Dominion KSX to numerous new features. The series was developed for companies looking for a secure and responsive solution for managing the entire IT equipment in remote locations. Raritan to integrated in the Dominion KSX II new administrative and security features, which should also facilitate the work of administrators and make more efficient. To meet the needs of the U.S. Government, as well as the financial and other safety-oriented organizations, the Dominion KSX II is the first solution for such advanced security features. The switch makes it possible to work from installing software via Remote Diagnostics for data transfer, management, and backup on several tasks at the same time. A single Web-based application provides consolidated IT managers Insight into the entire IT equipment at several sites in real time as well as direct access to the equipment. The new KSX II all the IT equipment, which is usually in remote locations and IT racks, sure to manage, to troubleshoot problems and to configure offers through the integration of a number of field-proven access and Remote IT management technologies including KVM over IP and serial console server remote access in a single device.
This includes also servers, blades, switches, routers, network systems, PBXs, firewalls, load balancers and power distribution units. Mitttels of optional Raritan PX rack-based power distribution units can the KSX II are also used for the Stromschalten and for rebooting the remote devices. There are also extensive security features such as customizable security banner when logging and configurable TCP/IP ports available to deter hackers. For organizations that have multiple branches, Raritan CommandCenter Secure Gateway 5.1 integrated has VMware-based virtual Appliance developed. It provides a consolidated insight into which of the KSX II devices managed IT equipment.