Pompano Beach, Fla.-based ScriptLogic Corporation recently announced its ScriptLogic 4.0 Enterprise Edition, which the company says is scheduled to ship this quarter. The new version touts enhanced features including Multiple Profile support, which allows for the ability to split a single configuration into smaller configuratio profiles, according to the company. Also included in this version is the new Run As Administrator feature, which allows the product to deliver administrator-level changes across the network during the logon or logoff processes. ScriptLogic said in a press release that the core engine in the new version has been rewritten entirely, in order to harness the ;atest features of the language on which the product is built. Pricing information was not available at press time. For more information, visit the company’s Web site at www.scriptlogic.com.
Visual Networks Inc. in Rockville, Md., last month announced the availability of its Visual UpTime 7.0 and Visual IP InSight Dedicated Suite products, allowing service providers and enterprise customers to better monitor their networks’ performance and decrease problem resolution time, the company said. Visual UpTime 7.0 is a WAN performance management offering for IP VPNs, and also a validation for class of service (CoS) offerings for private IP nets. Pricing for the Visual UpTime 7.0 Transport ASE begins at US$4,395, which does not include the back-end system. The Visual IP Insight Dedicated Suite, also now available, allows for visibility into CPE-based public IP VPNs, according to Visual Networks. Its list price begins at US$2,000, including all software licenses. Visit the company’s Web site at www.visualnetworks.com to find out more.
System and network administrators can now mirror data to multiple remote and local storage locations on their enterprise with everStor Software Corp.‘s “One-to-Many” Linux feature. The company, based in Anaheim, Calif., last month announced that it had added the feature to is Replicator storage management software. The company said in a press release that the original offering was designed to pull local and remotely-located data from heterogeneous computers for centralized data replication and archiving. With this new feature, the product can push data from a single computer to multiple Unix- and Windows-based computers. The company is on the Web at www.everStor.com.