March 2006
UNIX Update;Mar2006, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p6
Trade Publication
This article announces that NiCE GmbH has launched the first release of NiCE Admire, a Java-based administration graphical user interface (GUI) for multiple administrators in HP OpenView Operations for Unix (HP OVOU). Until now, HP OVOU administrators had to agonize themselves through the Unix GUI which, particularly to a Unix novice, is time-consuming and wearisome. Unlike X-Windows solutions utilizing display redirection, NiCE Admire integrates itself fully into the management server and provides a fast and highly reliable remote-management solution for multiple administrators. One of its benefits is improved configuration transparency with automatic display of assignments, visualization of inherited attributes, etc.


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