[THIN] Re: Powerfuse?

  • From: "Guido Meulendijks" <G.Meulendijks@xxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2003 15:14:56 +0100

Dave,=20

Be sure to check out the website www.resPowerFuse.com A demo can be
downloaded from there as well.

PowerFuse is an Application Management Framework, it works with
Microsoft Server 2003 - .Net, Terminal Server (All Versions) or Citrix
Metaframe (all versions) and also integrates with Published
applications, NFuse or NFuse Elite. Even if no Server Based environment
is involved, RES PowerFuse can be used on Fat client LAN's.

To secure, control and manage your environment, PowerFuse uses a central
management console like the MMC.

PowerFuse can be best broken down in 6 steps:
1. Application Access Management
        - Active Directory (OU Membership)
        - NT Group Membership=20
        - Per user
        - Delegated to an Application Manager (Departmental Manager)
        - Geographical location (PowerZones)

2. Configuration Management (All configurable on the above 5 levels or
even on language setting)
        - Policies
        - Registries
        - Mappings
        - Printer Connections (The printer follows the user!)
        - User Home Drive
        - Substitutes
        - Variables

3. Security Management
        - Locks down the whole environment by default and you only have
to administer the exceptions. Nothing can be opened/executed unless
specific access to applications or files has been granted. Email
attachments, downloads etc are blocked by AppGuard. AppGuard even has a
learning mode for new implementations or new installed apps in a life
environment. Violations will be recorded and reported to the IS
department in email (SMTP)

4. Performance Management
        - CPU Shield - dynamic control of CPU utilization based upon 4
threshold parameters you can configure. No more unstable and
unresponsive sessions.=20
        - PowerLoad let you configure the amount of applications a user
can open at the same time and even instances per application can be
limited.
        - Access Balancing prevent system performance to drop to a
critical load during multiple logins. (Morning login peak or after
system breakdown with failover)

5. Monitoring & License Management
        - Keep track of all application licenses, usage, costs and
license type
        - Keep track of user logins, CPU loads, Memory loads, Critical
loads, Sessions
        - Graphical representations and filters for all the above
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6. Managed Flexibility=20
        - Dynamic Multi language Support
        - Integration with Local applications in the central published
desktop (Subscribed Applications)

To download the Technical Leaflet go to http://www.resPowerFuse.com or
get it from this list.

Best regards,
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Guido Meulendijks

-----Original Message-----
From: Alken, Dave [mailto:Dave.Alken@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]=20
Sent: 12 March 2003 14:34
To: 'thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: [THIN] Powerfuse?

hi guy's

Stupid question for you,

What's Powerfuse?

do I want to use it?

What does it do for me?

anyone got some info on that?

Dave


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