Application management

Refers to the management of mobile applications, both in-house applications and commercial applications

Application performance management

Refers to monitoring servers, applications, and databases, besides web, virtualization, and cloud services. This feature helps IT administrators manage their resources effectively.

Array configuration

A hardware element that contains a large group of hard disk drives (HDDs), which is configured by setting parameters such as RAID model and cache allowance.

Asset management

A feature that provides IT comprehensive hardware and software details of the Windows/mac systems in the network.

Automated tiered storage

Refers to the automated data progression or demotion different types of storage devices and media.

Backdoor

Is a method of accessing a computer program by bypassing security.

Backup

Is the process of copying data so that it can be recovered when a data loss happens.

Big data

Refers to the huge amount of unstructured and semi-structured data that a company creates.

Blade System

A blade system is a server chassis housing multiple thin, modular electronic circuit boards, known as server blades. Each blade is a server in its own right, often dedicated to a single application.