Kybio is available as an on-Premise or SaaS license solution.
Kybio is a monitoring and control (M&C) platform that has new capabilities including communication with well-known protocols like Ross OpenGear X and Ember+ and IT protocols such as HTTP Rest API or WMI.
Another feature in version 4.x is the availability of a Cloud Instance for SaaS licenses to support cloud deployment worldwide, securely and easily. Users also benefit from Dynamic Diagram enhancements which have moved beyond the previous site level representation to now also include views at the root, site, and equipment level. The diagrams are customizable, and can include images and bar graphs for a single view of all equipment information. It provides relevant views for managers and other user profiles involved with overseeing the infrastructure.
In addition the system’s language portfolio has been enhanced with Portuguese, Korean, Italian, and German also now available. Kybio’s open-driver policy users have access to a library of drivers which continuously grows with additional drivers. Among the many new drivers users will find in release 4.x there is AWS Elemental, Ross OGX-FR-CN-P frame, Riedel MicroNet and Artist, Appear TV XC5100, and Telestream Inspector Live.
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