Singlestep Technologies, a developer of software for networking and information management, is distributing an application called Check All TCP Services. Built by Peter Lewis of Stairways Software, Lewis used VNOS 1.0, the Visual Network Operating System from Singlestep Technologies.
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Check All TCP Services monitors and applies policies and actions for SMTP, POP, HTML and FTP functions on any two domains. Status and controls are displayed in a visual control panel. The application enables IT and network professionals to automate the monitoring and application of pre-set policies that trigger the appropriate pre-defined actions, according to Lewis, creator of Interarchy, NetPresenz and other Mac Internet products.
Check All TCP Services is currently built to support two URLs at any given time. Additional URLs can be added by “cloning” the application and creating a new interface that aggregates the views of all the data monitored into a single view.
Lewis said he used eight VNOS “Widgets” (programming blocks) to visually build the Check All TCP Services monitoring system, which runs every five minutes and returns the results into the control panel. VNOS comes with an objects inventory of over 34 Widgets that let you build applications through the VNOS actions of cloning and aliasing.
Check All TCP Services application can be downloaded for free, along with a 30-day, fully functioning evaluation copy of VNOS. Registration is required to download the application. Developer subscriptions, which include a one-year license of VNOS, are available starting at US$99 per year. VNOS 1.0 is certified for both.