Archive for February, 2010
Looking to do a better job monitoring all of your network’s applications portfolio? The GV-2010 is a unit designed to give you very granular control over how your end users use particular applications, and inspect all of your content leaving your network.
We tested the appliance on a small network in February 2010.
Global Velocity GV-2010
St. Louis MO
314 880 2900
Kbox (which recently was acquired by Dell) is used to manage and control desktop system images that contain user files and applications and — with its Systems Management Appliance, sold separately — to do PC inventory and audits. It also works with both virtual and physical machines too. Unlike the PC Mover and Zinstall approaches, they are designed for large-scale deployments of hundreds or more PCs.
Alpha Five is a powerful database and Web applications server and development environment that has been around for many years and continues to get more powerful but not at the expense of ease of use.
We tested Alpha 5 v10 on a Windows XP running SP2 in February 2010.
There are numerous tutorials, along with documentation, copious code examples and videos:
Alpha Five v10
70 Blanchard Road,
Burlington, MA 01803
Prices: Developer $349
Application Server $599, both for $799
Unlimited Runtime licenses $599
Windows XP or later required with at least IE v7 or Firefox 3.0