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Bytware enhances Messenger products, expanding enterprise integration with SNMP

Bytware will provide an SNMP MIB for Messenger products.


Bytware Inc. ( announced its latest commitment to Enterprise Management with the latest enhancement to its Messenger products. Available May 1, Bytware will provide an SNMP (Simple Networking Management Protocol) MIB (Management Information Base) file for its MessengerPlus and MessengerConsole systems monitoring, notification, and consoling solutions.

"This enhancement was specifically designed for our many enterprise customers who where seeking a more efficient way of integrating the strengths of our iSeries monitoring products into their enterprise environment," said Mark Grove, Bytware Inc. Software Engineer.

The MIB file contains information about Messenger event traps that are in turn sent to Enterprise console products such as HP OpenView, CA Unicenter, Tivoli, and other SNMP trap managers. Using the MIB file, SNMP administrators can choose the Messenger event fields they want to see on their display. There are approximately 20 fields to choose from, which include possible choices such as the system name, date and time, severity, and event text.

The SNMP MIB will be available as a standard, built-in feature of MessengerPlus and MessengerConsole and will be available on May 1, 2003.

For more information, please call Bytware Inc. sales: 775-851-2900.

About Bytware:
Established June of 1986, Bytware Inc. maintains its innovative and industry leadership through its expansion from user monitoring with PeekPlus to systems monitoring and notification with MessengerPlus, Console and NT, and most recently to security monitoring and enforcement with StandGuard—a suite of products that clearly make for a >Networthy iSeries= (SM). Furthermore, Bytware's focus on experience, excellence and quality assurance are its hallmarks and are echoed throughout its products and reflected in its customer loyalty. To learn more about Bytware Inc., go to

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