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New GSX Monitor & Analyzer v10.6 is Now Available!

Posted by Meryll Moreau on Wed, Sep 18, 2013
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We are glad to announce that the v10.6 is now ready to download.

Our latest enhancements bring the solution to the next level by providing you with valuable features that support your unified messaging strategy on a mobile device or tablet, whether it’s on premise or in the cloud.  

Main New features include the following:

  • IBM Traveler High Availability: The BYOD trend can result in security, device management and availability nightmares for Traveler High Availability Developers and Administrators. Now, GSX Monitor manages your pool of Traveler servers in the main view. Each server has two halves of a LED: one for the status of server itself and one for the status of the pool. You can as well retrieve useful statistics and view the server status. Read more information here.
  • Mail Routing on any version of Microsoft Exchange from 2007 to Exchange Online: GSX Monitor & Analyzer keeps all your messaging migrations under control by managing the availability and performance of the servers on premise or in the cloud. Our Mail Routing monitor tool is key to managing hybrid environments and initiating communications on Exchange 2013 and Office 365. Read more information here. 
  • Enhancements on the GSX Management Pack for SCOM. GSX is now seen and managed directly from the SCOM “Active Alert View”, along with the other SCOM alerts. Read More.

The new GSX Monitor and Analyzer v10.6 release expands our tool set for IBM Traveler by supporting High Availability, Exchange on premise or online, and SCOM.

The latest GSX Monitor & Analyzer is available for immediate download at support.gsx.com. A free 30-day trial version is also available for download (supports unlimited users on 15 servers).

Enjoy the GSX experience and stay tuned!

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Try out GSX Monitor & Analyzer 10.6 today!

 

Tags: GSX Monitor, traveler HA, v10.6, Hybrid, Exchange 365, Product Launch, Exchange Online