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Dorado Unveils Scalable Network Management Software

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Dorado Software has released systems and network management software that can scale for growing SMBs.Redcell OpsCenter offers network, system, and storage administrators consolidated IT resource management and monitoring of traditional and virtualized multivendor, multitechnology networked environments from one console, according to the company. The software keeps an eye on such devices as routers, switches, security and storage devices, servers and networked printers. Redcell OpsCenter can be leveraged within one administrative workgroup or across multiple workgroups, providing graphical dashboards for device key performance indicators and service performance metrics.

Redcell OpsCenter works with Windows (2000, XP and 2003), Sun Solaris (9 and 10), Red Hat ES Linux (v4 and v5) and SUSE Linux (v9 and v10). Pricing starts around $3,000 and is the first of a series of Redcell 6.1 products.Business Wire

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