CloudView NMS is a Network & Internet::Network Monitoring software developed by CloudView NMS, Inc. After our trial and test, the software was found to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for CloudView NMS: CloudView is a standards-based network management and monitoring system (NMS). It can auto-discover, monitor and perform many functions with any vendor SNMP or TCP/IP devices. It provides consistent geographical view of your whole network (thousands of IP nodes and hundreds thousands of switching ports), helps with its configuration, monitoring and troubleshooting. It is client-server system which allows secure performing NMS functions by multiple remote users simultaneously. CloudView can be successfully used in both enterprise and service provider networks with carrier-grade reliability. It is scalable for any network size. It is supported on multiple platforms including Windows, Linux, Mac OS and Solaris. It can be accessed remotely from any platform including mobile devices. Multiple network protocols standards are supported, including SNMPv1, SNMPv2 and SNMPv3 with AES-128 security. Our customers also successfully use CloudView in SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) solutions as a large scale industrial control system (ICS). When access to managed devices is blocked by a corporate firewall, network address translation (NAT) mechanism or manged devices do not have a permanent IP address (i.e. DHCP) , CloudView offers optional multi-platform agent software which can be installed on the devices to overcome the above problems without VPN. Additionally CloudView Agent App for Android allows companies to implement BYOD ("Bring Your Own Device") system and MDM (Mobile Devices Management) with CloudView NMS. CloudView shows and monitors real time precise geo-location of multiple phone/tablets. Visit http://www.cloudviewnms.com for more details. you can download CloudView NMS 2.21b free now.
What's New in CloudView NMS 2.21b [see older]
Improvements for "agents" and "MasterNM"-"slave NMS" communication