The PowerPanel® Business Edition for Linux software from CyberPower provides IT professionals with the tools they need to easily monitor and manage their backup power. Available for compatible CyberPower UPS models, this software supports up to 250 clients, allowing users remote access (from any network PC with a web browser) to instantly access vital UPS battery conditions, load levels, and runtime information. Functionality includes application/OS shutdown, event logging, hibernation mode, internal reports and analysis, remote management, and more.
PowerPanel Business Edition for Linux also provides elegant, unattended shutdown of network computers and virtual machines connected to a battery backup during a power event. Power alert notifications can be sent via email, text, or instant message. This software is compatible with most popular Linux distributions. The PowerPanel Business Edition can be installed on the following operation systems: Red Hat Enterprise 5.1 / Fedora 7 / SUSE 10.1 / Debian 5.1 / Ubuntu 9.10.
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- Remote Access via Web Browser
Provides for remote management of the UPS via a Web browser.
- Network Protocol Support
Works with TCP/IP, UDP, SNMP, and HTTP protocols.
- User-Friendly Interface
Displays windows, notifications, dialog boxes, popup messages, and other information in a well-designed, easily navigable menus and windows. Offers a variety of options and customizable settings.
- Customizable Settings for Event Actions
Offer versatile management of various event actions, including shutdown and restart.
- Intuitively Displayed Information
Displays details about Current Status, Summary, Notification, Runtime, Voltage, Self-Test, and System Tray Pop-Up Notifications.
- Alert Notification
Sends notifications via Email, Windows Messenger, or XMPP.
- Auto Shutdown
Protects servers and workstations from data loss due to power failure. Automatically saves files and safely shuts down your computer.
- Self-Testing Options
Offer flexible deployment of tests for the UPS.
- Remote Scheduling
Lets administrators arrange remote management of tasks and operations, such as scheduled self-tests, shutdowns, and reboots.
- Event Logging
Provides configurable settings for tracking events.
- Security Management
Allows administrators to tailor settings to fit their security needs.
- Downloadable Software
Provides fast and simple installation.