HPE IMC Endpoint Admission Defense (EAD) Software reduces network exposure by integrating security policy management and endpoint posture assessment to identify and isolate risks within the network.
IMC EAD Software reduces the risk of malicious code infections and other security breaches by detecting breaches like viruses, abnormal traffic, or the running of sensitive software. Additionally the software can also protect sensitive data through control of computer peripherals.
The HPE IMC User Behavior Auditor (UBA) Software provides network administrators the ability to audit the behavior of internal users to solve security challenges. In conjunction with the HPE IMC Access Manager (UAM) Software, the IMC UBA Software is built to adapt to network environment changes.
Among the features especially helpful for network administrators are comprehensive log collections and audit functions which digest information from HTTP, FTP, and SMTP packets.
HPE IMC User Access Management (UAM) Software is an Intelligent Management Center (IMC) module that supports user identity authentication based on access policies associated with infrastructure resources like routers, switches, and servers for management of wired, wireless, and remote network users.
The IMC User Access Management Software solution provides centralized support, authentication, and accounting management of endpoints that connect and use network services, verifying the right privileges for specific users.
HPE IMC Network Traffic Analyzer (NTA) Software is an Intelligent Management Center (IMC) optional module that integrates network layers 4 through 7 monitoring into the IMC base network management platform. IMC NTA Software uses the instrumentation in network devices like routers and switches to provide real-time and historical reporting on network application usage.
You can tailor IMC NTA Software data collection and reporting capabilities to meet specific reporting needs and leverage the data for better planning, monitoring, and enhancing of network capabilities.
The HPE IMC Wireless Services Manager Software provides unified management of wired and wireless networks. It works in conjunction with the Intelligent Management Center (IMC) Software platform adding network management functions into existing wired network management systems such as WLAN device configurations, performance monitoring, radio frequency heat mapping and WLAN service reports.
This IMC Wireless Services Manager Software provides uniformity over a wireless network, even one that is geographically dispersed.
HPE Intelligent Management Center (IMC) Software, with the optional HPE IMC Virtual Application Networking Fabric Manager Software, includes added functionality called HPE FlexFabric Network Analytics. When HPE FlexFabric Network Analytics is combined with the HPE FlexFabric 5940 or 5950 Switch it delivers real time visibility of microburst network congestion which negatively impacts overall network operations and performance.
Microbursts last only for sub seconds making its detection difficult by today’s network monitoring tools such as SNMP. HPE FlexFabric Network Analytics enables the network operator to pinpoint these microburst congestion points and their sources. This gives the network operator granular visibility into these spontaneous congestion points. With this information operators will be able to analyze in more detail their network configuration and make the necessary adjustments as needed for optimal network performance.
HPE IMC Virtual Application Networking (VAN) Resource Automation Manager Software is an Intelligent Management Center (IMC) Software Platform optional module that provides network fabric orchestration tools for service application delivery. This optimizes network resource utilization for specific cloud-based or virtualized applications or tenants while accelerating the deployment of applications.
Converged Infrastructure (CI) and cloud management becomes more robust with the end-to-end infrastructure provisioning and monitoring afforded through IMC VAN Resource Automation Manager Software.
HPE IMC MPLS VPN Manager Software is an HPE Intelligent Management Center (IMC) optional module that provides features for all aspects of Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) VPN management. Features include VPN auto-discovery, topology, monitoring, auditing, resource allocation, and performance evaluation.
Additional features of the HPE IMC MPLS VPN Manager Software include a traffic engineering component that helps operators monitor an entire network and deliver service quality by distributing appropriate network resources as needed.
HPE IMC Quality of Service (QoS) Software enhances visibility and control over QoS configurations on network devices and helps administrators focus on service planning and optimization of networking resources by providing a rich set of device and configuration management functions.
The IMC QoS Software allows administrators to organize traffic into different classes based on the configuration matching criteria and to provide differentiated services to optimize traffic and allocate network resources.
The HPE IMC TACACS+ Authentication Manager (TAM) Software is an Intelligent Management Center (IMC) optional module that provides basic authentication, authorization, and accounting functions for network devices or IT users in order to deliver network device management security.
The IMC TACACS+ TAM Software can assign users with different privileges, monitor login and command execution operations as well as simplify user management which work with devices that support the TACACS+ protocol.
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