Easily Manage Large Tracker Installations
Eclipse TMS reduces the administration overhead of managing multi-site Tracker installations. It provides functions to manage Tracker applications and configuration changes through a familiar Windows GUI.
Wizards are used to walk you through the different functions, such as the process of adding a new Tracker. Any connection settings are remembered for the future. Once a Tracker has been added, the software will automatically 'discover' its details such as product type, serial number and firmware version, and will back up all of the configuration files. Each Tracker can be assigned a description and Trackers can be grouped together to suit your organisational structure.
Eclipse TMS is a multi-user application. Users can be authenticated via their Windows log-in or Active Directory, or the credentials can be handled locally by Eclipse TMS. Password policies are supported to ensure that users create suitably secure passwords and change them regularly. Administrators can create a hierarchy of user groups to define the permissions of a user's capabilities within Eclipse TMS and the Trackers that they can manage.
Eclipse TMS will integrate with our other products - Eclipse AMS and Eclipse Privilege. The integration allows for common configuration elements, such as group hierarchies, permissions and individual Trackers to be shared across the applications, reducing the burden of repetitive administrative duties. As a stand-alone system Eclipse TMS will connect to Trackers directly. When integrated with Eclipse Privilege (Active Directory required), Eclipse TMS will perform its connections through Privilege instead.
Eclipse TMS is capable of shortening the time it takes to manage tens, hundreds or even thousands of Trackers spread around any number of sites.
Wizards are used to walk you through the different functions, such as the process of quickly adding a new Tracker into Eclipse TMS.
Upgrade FirmwareEnsure that your Trackers are on the latest version of their firmware/OS with one click of a button. Trackers can be upgraded individually or by groups.
Easy one-click processes that enable you backup, edit and deploy your Tracker configurations. You can even instruct Eclipse TMS to copy the configuration from one Tracker to another.
If you have collections of files that are regularly updated, use Manifests to deploy the updates to entire groups of Trackers. Updates can be triggered manually or scheduled.
Why mess around on the command line? Install, upgrade and uninstall Tracker applications with ease.
One place where you can manage all of the Tracker application licence keys that you have purchased.
View Tracker Properties
A quick way to identify the individual properties of a Tracker, such as serial number, IP address or remaining storage space.
Activity Audit Logs
An activity log is shown at the bottom of Eclipse TMS to keep you up to date as to the progress of the current tasks being performed.
Tracker Root Password
A quick and simple way to change a Tracker's root password.
Ensure that your Trackers are synchronised with the correct time.
Supported Operating Systems
- XP (TMS client only)
- Vista (TMS client only)
- Windows 7 (TMS client only)
- Server 2003 R1
- Server 2003 R2
- Server 2008 R1
- Server 2008 R2
- Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and Server 2005 Express
- Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and Server 2008 Express
- Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and Server 2008 R2 Express
- TMS supports optional database mirroring using SQL Server 2005/2008. Mirroring in Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008 can utilize either two or three SQL Server instances.
Most modern hardware should be suitably powerful enough to run Eclipse TMS but please call us to discuss the size of installation you are using and we can advise you regarding appropriate hardware configurations.
Introduction to TMS
In the following video, we show you how the TMS software can ease the administration for large Tracker estates. Perform configuration changes once and replicate these to other units. Install and manage your Tracker applications. Ensure that you have the latest backup. Watch the video to learn more.