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FUJITSU Network Virtuora SP

Automating customers' operations and maintenance tasks

Virtuora SP automates the operation and maintenance (O&M) of servers, storage and networks by using software to apply acquired knowledge of those tasks in specific scenarios. This allows much faster provision of services to customers and significantly reduces operational costs.
By automating tasks that are normally performed manually, such as collecting device logs and managing device activity and resources, Virtuora SP also improves the quality of O&M tasks.

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Example 1: Automation of regular password changes

Time-consuming tasks that are prone to input and configuration errors can be made more efficient through software-based automation. For example, the task of regularly changing passwords, previously performed manually by an operator, can be automated using Virtuora SP.

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Example 2: Automated detection of critical fault predictors

Intermittent faults in servers, storage and networks may be predictors of more serious faults in the future. Various tasks performed by operators can be automated in Virtuora SP, such as the checking of fault locations and frequencies. In addition, decisions can be made more rapidly on preventive replacement of devices by regularly running scenarios to check on the location and frequency of faults, based on information extracted from fault history data. Alerts are issued to assist with decision making.

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Features of FUJITSU Network Virtuora SP

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*1 SSH (Secure SHell): Protocol used to communicate securely with remote computers
*2 SCP (Secure CoPy): Secure file transfer protocol that uses SSH functionality
*3 REST (REpresentational State Transfer): A set of principles, properties, and constraints that describe a style of software architecture used for networked resources.

Summary of Requirements


Hardware CPU Intel® Xeon® E3-1220 v3, 3.1 GHz or faster processor
Memory 4 GB or higher
Disk 320 GB or higher
Ethernet Card 1000BASE-T
Software OS Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 (64-bit edition)

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Hardware CPU Intel® Core i5 M560 (2.66GHz) or faster processor
Memory 4 GB or higher
Disk 10 GB or higher
Software OS Microsoft Windows 7
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