AKCP CameraProbe8 data center security monitor

Monday, 13 September 2004, 12:10 AM EST

AKCP has used embedded Linux to build a data center security monitor that can track both physical and network-related events. The CameraProbe8 has an integral low-light pan-and-tilt camera, and supports up to eight environmental sensors. It also runs network service monitoring software. It is manageable via secure SNMP or HTTP.

The CameraProbe8 is intended as kind of one-box solution for data center monitoring. It supports attachments to a wide variety of sensors, and can record data about a wide variety of physical events.

In addition to physical events, the CameraProbe8 can track software events and service uptimes, using the popular open source network monitor Nagios, a highly configurable network watchdog that can monitor, track, graph, and send alerts about virtually any local or remote network service.

At Linux Devices.

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