MacCoach's automatic restart capability reduces unscheduled down time to a minimum by detecting every crash and automatically restarting your computer, even in the face of crashes where standard keyboard sequences fail to function. MacCoach also monitors all running applications without the need for application-specific plug-in support. When an application crashes, MacCoach can relaunch the offending application or restart the system. "MacCoach works diligently in the background, monitoring your system and fixing problems automatically to make sure you get the most out of your Mac," said Chris Niemeijer, CEO of Neuron Data Systems. Neuron Data Systems' MacCoach Automatic Server Restart device is being included by Apple Computer Europe with every Macintosh G3 Server.
MacCoach includes a logging facility that provides a complete history of monitoring activities and application crashes. The log file records what's happening on the system -- the date, time, name of the offending application and even the type of error caused by the application -- showing system managers exactly what went wrong and giving them the information they need to correct the problem. The log file can be specified to be in HTML format, allowing webmasters to check a MacCoach-protected server from anywhere in the world.
By using a device driver to optimally monitor and control the system, MacCoach provides tight integration with MacOS. This level of integration is not possible with monitoring devices that operate simply as background applications, such as Sophisticated Circuit's Rebound device. MacCoach's advanced architecture, coupled with its logging capability and its ability to monitor all running applications, without the need for participation on the part of the application, makes MacCoach the ultimate monitoring device.
WebTen, an industrial-strength, high-performance Apache-based Web server for Power Macs, is able to sustain 1000 hits/second and includes DNS, multihoming FTP, NFS and SSL 3.0. Apache is well-known as stable, full-strength, feature-rich web server software used on over one million machines worldwide. Tenon has taken mature, integrated, scalable software and extended it with performance enhancements and Macintosh-specific features to make WebTen's Apache the fastest and easiest-to-use Apache in the world. "With WebTen and MacCoach you have the most sophisticated web server solution available for Macintosh," said Steve Holmgren, President and CEO of Tenon.
Founded in 1989, Tenon Intersystems is a leader in high-performance networking. Tenon technology, combined with the power of Apple's G3-based machines, is providing the framework for world-class networking on the Macintosh. Tenon Intersystems can be reached in the U.S. at 805-963-6983, by the internet at email@example.com, or via the web at . Neuron Data Systems can be reached in The Netherlands by the internet at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via the web at http://www.neuronsys.com.
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