IBM Mobile Systems Remote

IBM Mobile Systems Remote


IBM Mobile Systems Remote (IBM Remote) is an application that allows system administrators to monitor and manage IBM BladeCenters along with their installed blades and components, System x rack mounted systems, or zEnterprise ensembles and CPCs.

Machines can be added to a list kept on the mobile device simply by specifying the hostname of the management module along with the user credentials (userid and password). Once this information is entered, the app will connect to those systems and provide an intuitive, drill-down user interface used to monitor their health and configuration. The app can also be used to perform some management functions such as:
Powering systems on/off
Clearing the event logs
Changing ownership of the KVM or Media Tray
Toggling the system locator lights

Mobile security is a primary concern with business applications. All machine credentials are kept in a secur data store. The app also requires the user to specify an application password on startup. This password is used to avoid unintended access to your machines and as a confirmation step for any significant action that will alter your machines.

This app was developed by IBM Research as an exploration vehicle for using mobile devices to manage IBM servers. Please provide feedback on our website or via email, so we can continue to adapt this app to better meet your needs.

See http://www.ibmremote.com for a walk-through description of the different views and features.

Recent changes:
new in Version 1.2:
* Support for IBM System z
* Creation and scanning of QR codes that identify a machine/view to be displayed
* Swipe-based navigation
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4.2
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1,000+
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About IBM Mobile Systems Remote
IBM Mobile Systems Remote (IBM Remote) is an application that allows system administrators to monitor and manage IBM BladeCenters along with their installed blades and components, System x rack mounted systems, or zEnterprise ensembles and CPCs.

Machines can be added to a list kept on the mobile device simply by specifying the hostname of the management module along with the user credentials (userid and password). Once this information is entered, the app will connect to those systems and provide an intuitive, drill-down user interface used to monitor their health and configuration. The app can also be used to perform some management functions such as:
Powering systems on/off
Clearing the event logs
Changing ownership of the KVM or Media Tray
Toggling the system locator lights

Mobile security is a primary concern with business applications. All machine credentials are kept in a secur data store. The app also requires the user to specify an application password on startup. This password is used to avoid unintended access to your machines and as a confirmation step for any significant action that will alter your machines.

This app was developed by IBM Research as an exploration vehicle for using mobile devices to manage IBM servers. Please provide feedback on our website or via email, so we can continue to adapt this app to better meet your needs.

See http://www.ibmremote.com for a walk-through description of the different views and features.

Recent changes:
new in Version 1.2:
* Support for IBM System z
* Creation and scanning of QR codes that identify a machine/view to be displayed
* Swipe-based navigation

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A Google User
Mar 4, 2014
Just like IBM support .... Doesn't work and neither does the link to the help site.
A Google User
Feb 16, 2014
Can't login to RSA/IMM Looks good but I can't get it to work and your support site is down! I point it at the IMM IP, using port 80 (it validates both settings OK), but it doesn't like the login details - I'm using the stock USERID account. Any suggestions? Thanks!
A Google User
May 26, 2013
Good, but where are the updates?
A Google User
Jun 2, 2012
Re: "Do not use in current form": Well, the app asks you for the password before powering down a blade or chassis. So it is not that dangerous after all. We will be looking into your issue though to make sure that spurious power cycle events are in fact impossible, as I would assume it right now.
A Google User
Jun 2, 2012
Re: "Do not use in current form": Well, the app asks you for the password before powering down a blade or chassis. So it is not that dangerous after all. We will be looking into your issue though to make sure that spurious power cycle events are in fact impossible, as I would assume it right now.