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Managed software deployment for corporate networks.

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Managed updates and maintenance

"Which version of Software X are my computers using, and how can I update it?" This is the most common question we’re asked, and this is exactly the job we’ve built TSD to handle. Managed software updates could not have been made easier! Total Software Deployment will scan your network computers and build a comprehensive report detailing which software is installed on each computer. Updating outdated versions is as easy as selecting them in the list and clicking "Update".

Centralized software storage

Software storage in Total Software Deployment supports single-file and complex installers. The storage is highly configurable, allowing you to edit basic properties, such as version number, language, or supported OS architecture and enabling common and per-product deployment policies specifying which add-ons, updates, or hotfixes should be deployed with the main application.

Вы можете увидеть лицензионный статус каждой программы или каждой лицензии. Цветовое кодирование поможет сразу увидеть проблемы. Просто щелкните по описанию статуса, чтобы увидеть подробное объяснение причин проблемы.

Сканер автоматически обнаруживает ключи для некоторых программ. Все установки с ключами, не связанные с лицензией, появятся в специальном разделе.


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Accusations of spying]edit[

Origin's end-user license agreement (EULA) gives EA permission to collect information about users' computers regardless of its relation to the Origin program itself, including "application usage (including but not limited to successful installation and/or removal), software, software usage and peripheral hardware."]26[ Initially, the EULA also contained a passage permitting EA to more explicitly monitor activity as well as to edit or remove material at their discretion.]27[ However, this section was removed following an outcry over privacy implications. That outcry was fueled in part by pictures and video captured by several German gamers which showed Origin accessing tax programs and other unrelated software,]28[ as well as a report by the news magazine Der Spiegel investigating the allegations.]29[]30[ In response to the controversy, EA issued a statement claiming they "do not have access to information such as pictures, documents or personal data, which have nothing to do with the execution of the Origin program on the system of the player, neither will they be collected by us."]31[ EA also added a sentence to the EULA stating that they would not "use spyware or install spyware on users' machines," though users must still consent to allowing EA to collect information about their computers.]32[

Situation in Germany]edit[

According to reports in German newspapers, the German version of Origin's EULA violates several German laws, mainly laws protecting consumers and users' privacy.]29[]33[ According to Thomas Hoeren, a judge and professor for information, telecommunication and media law at the University of Münster, the German version of the EULA is a direct translation of the original without any modifications and its clauses are "null and void".]29[

Contact information for administrators that need to be notified

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Any other critical users

Fault Tolerance

To minimize the loss of data and allow for the continuity of operations, you can use technologies such as Redundant Array of Inline Disks (RAID) and Microsoft Cluster Technology. In this section we are going to concentrate on RAID technologies. RAID is a fault tolerant disk configuration in which part of the physical storage capacity contains redundant information about data stored on the disks. Redundant information that is stored on the disks helps to keep the system running in the event of a single disk failure.

RAID technology is either implemented through software or hardware systems. Hardware implementations of RAID are more expensive than software, but faster. Some hardware implementations of RAID support hot swapping of disks, which enables administrators to swap failed hard disks while the computer is running. Software fault tolerant RAID systems are cheaper and are only available on Microsoft Windows NT and Microsoft Windows 2000. Both hardware and software fault tolerant RAID systems regenerate data when a drive fails and reconstructs the data onto the new disk when the failed disk is replaced.

There are various types of RAID techniques used. For simplicity's sake we are only going to discuss the two most common techniques: Disk mirroring and disk striping with parity.

Disk Mirroring

In disk mirroring only two disks are used. Information on one disk is duplicated onto the other disk. When data is written to one disk, it is duplicated on the other disk. This could cause a slight loss in write performance. A variation of mirroring is disk duplexing, where each disk has its own controller. This helps to increase write operations and provide redundancy incase a controller fails. Read operations on disk duplexing and mirroring.

Advantages of using mirror sets are:

  • Read operations are fast.

  • Recovery from failure is rapid.

  • In software implantations of mirror sets, the system and boot partitions can be mirrored.

Read operations are fast.

Recovery from failure is rapid.

In software implantations of mirror sets, the system and boot partitions can be mirrored.

Disadvantages of mirror sets are:

  • There is a slight loss in performance during write operations.

  • Only fifty percent of the total storage space can be used to store data. For example, two 1GB hard drives. One drive is used as a backup; the other stores the data.

  • If you use software mirror sets, you will be required to create a fault tolerant boot disk.

There is a slight loss in performance during write operations.

Only fifty percent of the total storage space can be used to store data. For example, two 1GB hard drives. One drive is used as a backup; the other stores the data.

If you use software mirror sets, you will be required to create a fault tolerant boot disk.

Disk Striping with Parity

Strips of equal size on each disk in the volume make up a stripe set. A stripe set with parity adds parity to a stripe set configuration.

Data is written across two or more hard drives, while another hard drive holds the parity information. The data and parity information is written in such a way on the volume so that they are always on different disks.

This way, if one of the hard drives fails, the two remaining drives can recalculate the lost information using the parity information from other disks. When the faulty hard drive is replaced, information can be regenerated back onto a newly installed working hard drive by using the parity information. The minimum number of hard drives involved in disk striping with parity is 3, and the maximum number is 32 hard drives.

A stripe set with parity works well when large databases are implemented on a system and read operations are performed more often than write operations. This is because a stripe set with parity has excellent read operations. Stripe sets with parity should be avoided in situations where applications require high-speed data collection from a process or database applications, where records are continually being updated. In write operations, performance degrades as the percentage of write operations increases.

Advantages of using stripe set with parity are:

  • Read operations are faster than using a single disk drive. The more drives you put into the system the faster the read operations.

  • Stripe set with parity uses only one disk for parity information. The more disks you insert the more space there is for data.

  • There is not a lot of administrative effort in replacing a faulty disk.

Read operations are faster than using a single disk drive. The more drives you put into the system the faster the read operations.

Stripe set with parity uses only one disk for parity information. The more disks you insert the more space there is for data.

There is not a lot of administrative effort in replacing a faulty disk.

Disadvantages are:

  • In software implementations of stripe sets with parity, neither the boot nor the system partition can be on the strip set.

  • Write operations are slower because of the parity information that needs to be generated.

  • When a hard disk fails in the stripe set the performance of the system degrades. This is due to the information having to be recalculated when requests for information occurs.

  • Stripe sets with parity consume more memory than mirror sets because of the parity information that needs to be generated.

In software implementations of stripe sets with parity, neither the boot nor the system partition can be on the strip set.

Write operations are slower because of the parity information that needs to be generated.

When a hard disk fails in the stripe set the performance of the system degrades. This is due to the information having to be recalculated when requests for information occurs.

Stripe sets with parity consume more memory than mirror sets because of the parity information that needs to be generated.

Cluster Server Technology

Certain organizations would like to keep computer systems operational continuously, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. One way to do this is by implementing cluster server technology. A cluster is an interconnected group of servers that act as a single unit in sharing some resource or responsibility. Cluster server technology allows users to view a group of clustered computers as one entity. Both cables and cluster server software connect the computers in into a cluster. Microsoft Windows 2000 advanced server has cluster software readily available that will allow you to manage clustering. Microsoft cluster service and network load balancing offer availability and scalability to organizations that build applications using a multi-tier model.

Cluster server technology allows features such as:

  • Fault tolerance. In the event of a computer or node failure in a cluster, the other computers keep running. Fault-tolerant systems employ redundant hardware and operating systems that work together at every level in exact synchronization across two server units. Think of a fault-tolerant system as a failover cluster with very high responsiveness (often on the order of milliseconds).

  • High availability. This focuses on maximizing uptime by implementing automated response to failure and failover systems. To enhance availability, you add on more servers and backup systems to the cluster in order to take over responsibility in the event of a failure. The servers need to keep monitoring each other's activities, and must maintain consistency every few milliseconds. This is usually implemented by a high-speed interconnect directly between the servers.

  • Resource sharing. Resource sharing involves making server components, such as disk storage and printers, available across all the nodes in the cluster. This is especially important for database servers, which need to share large volumes between machines while maintaining consistency of data.

  • Load sharing. Load sharing involves balancing application processing across the various nodes in the cluster. This can be implemented by distributing new logins to different servers, based on their load at the moment. It could also involve directly moving a running application from one server to another

  • High throughput. High throughput focuses on the ability to process network requests or packets quickly. This becomes most important in applications like Web or FTP servers, whose primary job is to push out data. This kind of clustering focuses on improving the network interfaces and the routing of network requests to servers. It can be built into the cluster nodes themselves, or may be a property of an external balancing device.

Fault tolerance. In the event of a computer or node failure in a cluster, the other computers keep running. Fault-tolerant systems employ redundant hardware and operating systems that work together at every level in exact synchronization across two server units. Think of a fault-tolerant system as a failover cluster with very high responsiveness (often on the order of milliseconds).

High availability. This focuses on maximizing uptime by implementing automated response to failure and failover systems. To enhance availability, you add on more servers and backup systems to the cluster in order to take over responsibility in the event of a failure. The servers need to keep monitoring each other's activities, and must maintain consistency every few milliseconds. This is usually implemented by a high-speed interconnect directly between the servers.

Resource sharing. Resource sharing involves making server components, such as disk storage and printers, available across all the nodes in the cluster. This is especially important for database servers, which need to share large volumes between machines while maintaining consistency of data.

Load sharing. Load sharing involves balancing application processing across the various nodes in the cluster. This can be implemented by distributing new logins to different servers, based on their load at the moment. It could also involve directly moving a running application from one server to another

High throughput. High throughput focuses on the ability to process network requests or packets quickly. This becomes most important in applications like Web or FTP servers, whose primary job is to push out data. This kind of clustering focuses on improving the network interfaces and the routing of network requests to servers. It can be built into the cluster nodes themselves, or may be a property of an external balancing device.

Using a two-node cluster, Microsoft cluster service empowers reliable application, transactional, and file and print services. To create reliable database and messaging services combine Microsoft cluster service with Microsoft SQL server and Exchange Server.

In multitier applications designed for the Internet, Network Load Balancing can extend the functionality of IIS 5.0 by supplying load balancing and high availability to the first tier—the user interface. Up to 32 servers can be used in a Web cluster.

Organizations can combine both cluster service and network load balancing to provide comprehensive enterprise e-commerce solutions. An example on an e-commerce Web site is to cluster your front-end Web servers running IIS 5.0 with network load balancing, and have them accessing a back-end cluster running SQL Server Enterprise Edition.

Standby Servers

It is possible to set up a standby server in case the production server fails. The standby server should mirror the production server. You can use the standby server to replace the production server in the event of a failure or as a read-only server.

Create the standby server by loading the same operating system and applications as on the production server. Make backups of the data on the production server and restore these backups on the standby server. This also helps to verify backups that are performed. The standby server will have a different IP address and name if it is connected to the network. You will have to change the IP address and name of the standby server if the production server fails and the standby server needs to become the production server.

To maintain the standby server, regular backups and restorations need to be performed. For example, let's say you make a full backup on Mondays and incremental backups every other day of the week. You would restore the full backup on the standby server and subsequent incremental backups thereafter on the days that the backups are performed.

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