VMR – Overview

Currently, there are various exchange protocols and message formats in network messaging addressing different needs. These applies to network devices, operating system and appliance etc.

Often, different network devices accept different protocols and message formats. These devices will not be able to communicate with each other unless they use a common protocol and message format. This will means some sort of vendor or protocol lock in and reduce expandability possibility.

With the dawn of Internet of Things, there is an ever pressing need to interconnect various computing devices for messaging exchanges. Machine to machine (M2M) interaction will become more and more pervasive and there is great chance that communication will break down due to difference in protocol.

Gateway with Multiple Message Protocols and Format

You have two devices in two different buildings on two completely different networks, one that uses the SNMP protocol to communicate, while the other one talks HTTP protocol and they need to talk to each other. What do you do?

Advanced Filtering

Message Filtering determines the outcome of your incoming messages based on graphical configuration of your business rules. Messages can be transformed, translated, duplicated, modified or even stopped during filtering.

Easy Message Manipulation

Message Text can be easily replaced, substring and removed.

Graphical Configuration Only

Entire configurations are done in graphical web interface to lower the learning curve of the administrator

Multiple Output Profiles

You can create multiple profiles for several transmission actions. These profiles include HTTP, SNMP, Syslog, POP3 and SMTP. For example an incoming SMS can trigger multiple web services in the cloud.