Configure, execute and share remote management operations
Remote Command Execution
RunBox allows you to configure, execute and share remote management operations on any number of distributed servers from a web-based interface. These can be defined as multi-step workflows or single actions and executed on one or many devices from a single click.
Tasks and queries can be built into management solutions to perform system audits and health checks, generate performance and availability reports or to perform ad-hoc or prescriptive troubleshooting and problem resolution tasks.
- Costs less than $5000 for an Enterprise license
- Any commands can be built into RunBox, some popular examples are:
- Run remote command or script
- Run SQL
- Query SNMP
- Consume a web service
- View log file
- View process list
- Check disk space
- Restart system service
- Enter maintenance mode
- Start a backup
- Search log files
- Check application versions
- Actions can be run individually or chained together
- Actions can be run on one or many devices
Integrate with SSH
Execution of these tasks, known as RunBox Tools, can be based on SSH, a utility supported on most distributed platforms. Read more here>
Integrate with Tivoli
Since the demise of wadminep and Tivoli Tasks companies have been struggling to find an easy and cheap replacement to execute ad-hoc commands on remote systems. RunBox is the solution. Read more here>
Run Remote Commands on Windows Servers
RunBox Tools can be executed on Windows Servers in addition to UNIX and Linux systems. Both SSH and Tivoli communications can be used to connect to the Windows Servers, read this article for more details.
Share and Collaborate
RunBox Tools and Solutions can be shared with other users to run on their Systems. They can also be exported and moved to other RunBox installations, or shared with the wider RunBox community.
Any commands, scripts or queries can be turned into RunBox Tools. They can then be matched to specific users and systems without the need to manually configure access rights on each individual host. This eliminates the security risk of issuing server passwords or providing remote console access.