Product


Open Management Architecture (OMA)

Open Management Architecture, System management for all computers

The OMA system installs every available operating system and add individual files and configuration values. OMA handle really every operating system.

  • Windows 31/ME/SE/NT/2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
  • Windows Server 2003/2008/2012
  • Linux, RedHat, SuSE, YDL, Mandrake, Ubuntu, Debian, Familar ...
  • Solaris 6/7/8/9/10/11 auf Sparc und Intel
  • FreeBSD, MacOS X, OS2
  • Tru64, Reliant, Irix, AIX, HPUX ...

OMA add-ons

SOMA

The follow up software delivery over OMA is only necessary, when the software is not a part of the operating system itself. SOMA packages are never snapshots of the installation procedures of the software manufactures. SOMA snapshot packages present the final configuration of your software. But SOMA packages support all other package formats too. - msi (Windows)

  • msi (Windows)
  • pkg (Solaris)
  • ipkg (Familar Linux)
  • deb (Debian Linux)
  • ...

VOMA

VOMA is the follow up software delivery of empty virtual machines. OMA installs operating systems and software packages on these virtual machines automatically like OMA do this for real clients. The system is able to build up a virtual machine from different software packages to avoid a lot of data traffic. OMA support all virtual software solutions (e.g. VMware, Xen, Solaris Container).

TOMA

The actions of one server can be taken at different times to put images to a lot of client. If one server is not enough to reach the aims, other servers can handle certain clients. The add on package TOMA supports the management of all these servers and all clients from only one base server.

BOMA

The add on package BOMA is available for Unix workstation clients and PC clients with Bootprom network cards. In this case the OMA management is boottable over Bootprom.

OMA editions

high

  • Up to 19 network cards per client
  • Up to 40 hard disks per client
  • Up to 20 partitions per hard disk
  • All generated methods support up to 19 network cards
  • All generated methods support local user identifications
  • SOMA packages can be deployed online
  • OMA supports all computer systems and all operating systems
  • Windows 31/ME/SE/NT/2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
  • Windows Server 2003/2008/2012
  • Linux, RedHat, SuSE, YDL, Mandrake, Ubuntu, Debian, Familar ...
  • Solaris 6/7/8/9/10/11 on Sparc and Intel
  • FreeBSD, MacOS X, OS2
  • Tru64, Reliant, Irix, AIX, HPUX ...

medium

  • Up to 1 network card per client
  • Up to 9 hard disks per client
  • Up to 9 partitions per hard disks
  • All generated method support 1 network card
  • No generated methods support local user identifications
  • SOMA packages can be deployed only offline
  • OMA supports all workstation installations only on Intel compatible systems
  • Windows 31/ME/SE/NT/2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
  • Linux, RedHat, SuSE, YDL, Mandrake, Ubuntu, Debian, Familar ...
  • Solaris 6/7/8/9/10/11 on Intel
  • FreeBSD, MacOS X, OS2

low

  • Up to 1 network card per client
  • Up to 9 hard disks per client
  • Up to 9 partitions per hard disks
  • All generated methods support 1 network card
  • No generated methods support local user identifications
  • SOMA packages can be deployed only offline
  • OMA supports only Windows workstation installations
  • Windows 31/ME/SE/NT/2000/XP/VISTA/7/8