Powerful and convenient tool to manage telecommunication resources of your company in fast and efficient manner. It allows to create a single data storage for all aspects of telecom network operations.
Physical and logical network resources inventory
Automatic definition of necessary inventory parameters, level of detail and internal connections necessary for each type of equipment
Creating linear and hierarchical reference tables to keep various types of data
Support of graphic, list and combined representations of the network
Automated inventory and configuration control for active network equipment using polling and management scenarios
Automatic backup, long-term storage and version control of equipment configurations
Linking equipment operations to other system modules
Equipment allocation to GIS chats for its further visualization
Inventory of equipment composition (boards, slots, ports, etc.)
Passive network resources inventory: from telecommunication racks and distribution frames to optical sockets and weldings. Highly adjustable patterns of fiber optic cables, joints and distribution frames, their interactive connection, as well as creating lay-out schemes, enable locating the whole cabling infrastructure on a diagram in the shortest possible time, making changes easily, and making sustainable plans for fiber capacity utilization.
Accounting and visualization of FOCL cable network elements, drilling down to single fiber and port
Keeping condition records for each cable element against its operation-critical parameters
Graphical representation of cable network topology and its elements on basic schematic diagrams, graphic backgrounds and GIS maps
Enabling project works and issuing time-bound technical conditions for channel connection in manual and automatic mode
Automatic generation and printing the network condition and planned switching reports, , and related statistics
Graphical representation of external plants network structure (objects and connections between them) on the created GIS layers
Provision of (printing ready) welding map in the format as close as possible to the one used by customer
Provides a toolkit to collect, store, update and visualize configuration data of a convergent network infrastructure.
Collecting network devices configuration data in automatic and manual mode
Storing history of configuration changes for every managed device
Visualization of configuration changes
Initial and executable configurations comparison
Configurations compliance control in accordance with the defined policies
Equipment configuration file generation
Uploading of the selected configuration file onto device upon operator's request
Launching network device configuration change tasks in automatic or manual mode
Displaying a list of devices with successfully and unsuccessfully completed tasks
Using additionally developed scenarios for collecting and distributing network equipment configuration files, in case they are not supported in management tools by default
Support of the equipment from various vendors: Cisco, Juniper, D-Link, Zyxel, Hauwei, AddPac, Revolution, Microtic, Ubiquiti, Audiocodes
Provides wide functionality for building and managing corporate business processes and documents. Allows to create a single information system for customer service within telecommunications enterprise.
Configuration and creation of various types of electronic documents, their states and routes
Document state transitions
Setting up different levels of document approval flow
Flexible notification system
Document life cycle supervision
Possibility to setup interaction with other modules of the system
Provides efficient management of localization and troubleshooting process Comprehensive and timely troubleshooting with: collection, classification and storing of data on each incident, events correlation, root-cause analysis.
Monitoring active equipment state with flexible configured monitoring settings via any open data access protocol (SNMP, SysLog, Telnet, ICMP, text, etc.)
Flexible configuration of event processing within the system
Viewing equipment state on the network diagram
Logging and analysis of active equipment events
Ad hoc notifications about network events to employees in accordance with their areas of responsibility
Long-term events storing allowing to operate nearly unlimited volumes of monitoring data
Provides possibility of equipment polling to check parameter values and collect statistics. Generates events upon reaching threshold value of the controlled parameter.
Performance: up to hundreds of thousands (for asynchronous model) parameters (SNMP, ICMP, TELNET, SSH, etc.) simultaneously polled from one server using synchronous and asynchronous polling models with their further processing
Distribution of polling load across servers in case of multiple polling parameters
Creation of complex polling scenarios
Registers services provided to customers.
Adding equipment (device, port, distribution frame, cable, fiber) to the service specifying its duration
Inventory of contractors database, contracts and services
Setup of connection with "Active equipment monitoring" module objects to get the detailed data on customer affected by network failure
Setup of interaction with "Logical resources inventory" module to identify service attribution to IP-address or phone number
Integration with billing system
Allows to store and register data on the company tangible assets. When integrated with the "Network inventory" module, it enables automatic addition of equipment in the inventory module.
Warehouse equipment inventory
Matching of inventory list with objects inventory model
Registering equipment category, name, internal code, vendor code, etc.
Storing data on suppliers, vendors, accounting documents (bills, way-bills, invoices), equipment warranty terms
Registering equipment relocations between warehouses (entries, combined entries - transactions)
History of relocations (entries) from perspective of device, active device, distribution frame, cable
Setup of connection with "Document flow" module to create operation documents (requirements, way-bills, invoices, inventory lists, etc.)
Provides execution of management scenarios on the system server side (managed APM) substituting routine manual actions previously performed by personnel. Management functions are implemented in internal system language. They are developed on demand during system implementation or operations.
Self-service creation of management scenarios
External applications access management via central server of the system
External applications call in APM
Managing objects from system server using protocol adapters
Integrated language for management scenarios development
Long-term storing of management scenarios output
Event-driven control actions
Control actions on operating system based on defined scenario
Separation of access to equipment management. Personnel may not know the real access protocol and may not have a personal account for its specific instance
Service parameters management
Ability to "overtake" interfaces (integrated language)
Allows to discover, plan and manage network resources.
Inventory of network addresses and phone numbers
Extraction and combination of network addresses
Inventory of network addresses in various network segments
Inventory of public addresses
Assigning arbitrary set of parameters to resources
Automatic network polling over SNMP and resource creation
Inventory of ports and VLAN equipment with designated address
Resource usage in "Network inventory control" and "Services" modules
Resource list import and export
Accounting of occupied and free resources based on statuses system
Why Equipment Manager?
Full automation of corporate business processes related to communication networks maintenance and network access services provisioning
Low system software requirements (LINUX, Oracle Standard Edition)
Configurable list of modules
Ability to create several options of distributed system architecture
Flexible configuration of permissions to interact with the system with integrated privileges configuration language
Integrated support of address bases, such as All-Russian Classifier of Addresses (KLADR) and Federal Information Address System (FIAS)