Emerson Avocent ACS v6000 Virtual Advanced Console Server User Manual

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Avocent ACS v6000
Virtual Advanced Console Server
A Virtual Console
Solution for Cloud
Secure console
• Server and network management
Secure access to test and
development lab environments
Maximized Management of
Virtual Machines – Complete
access and control for UNIX-based
operating systems in a virtualized
Full Support for VMware
Capabilities – such as vMotion and
VMware vSphere
Secure In-Band and Out-of-Band
Network – For dependable, remote
Easy Configuration and
Installation – Auto-discovery tool
Compliance with Data Center
Access and Security Policies –
Customizable, multiple access levels
Security Framework – Support
security policies using preset and
custom security profiles
for Access and Control – Using
DSView® 3 management software
Network Standards – Including
•AutomaticEventTracking– Plus
notification of fault conditions
Troubleshooting– Online and
off-line data logging with time
TheACSv6000virtualadvancedconsoleserveroffers the best of both
worlds: virtual and physical. All the next-generation functionality of the
ACS 6000 advanced console server has been encapsulated to enable
dependable connectivity and management of virtual IT assets such as serv-
ers (UNIX®, Linux® and Solaris
Designed especially for the data center, this offering is a powerful addi-
tion to your cloud computing strategy. It fully integrates into a VMware®
environment, sustaining and improving such vital functions as VMware
. When a virtual server is moved within the environment, the ACS
v6000 console server can maintain a persistent connection throughout the
move process.
Native VMware features included with ACS v6000 console server:
Runs on any standard x86 hardware, including Intel® and AMD hard-
ware virtualization-assisted systems
Runs on a wider variety of Linux host and guest operating systems than
any server virtualization product on the market
Supports two-processor virtual SMP, enabling a single virtual machine
to span multiple physical processors
Captures entire state of a virtual machine and rolls back at any time
with the click of a single button
Protects investment with an easy virtual machine migration path to
VMware infrastructure
Infrastructure Management &
Monitoring for Business-Critical
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a registered trademark of The Open Group. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. Solaris is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. VMware is a registered trademark of
VMware, Inc. VMware vMotion is a registered trademark of VMware, Inc. 0810-vACS-DS-EN