Minerva


Muutech's cloud storage and monitoring platform


All your data stored safely in the cloud, for monitoring your IT infrastructure and the availability of your applications




Get the Muubox, the central element that collects, secures and traces all data from your local network to the cloud




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Choose the solution that best suits your business


 

Muubox - Physical version

Muubox - Technical features

The physical version of the Muubox is the best solution for those customers who prefer hosting their monitored data on their local Datacenter.


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Software

Pre-installed LINUX software, responsible for securely transmitting all collected data to the central server in the cloud.

The Muubox is responsible for ensuring the integrity of the monitored data, so that, even if connectivity with the cloud server is lost, it stores all the information and then transmits it in a controlled manner.

Hardware

- 1 x Aluminum 1U rackable box
- Processor: quad-core ARM
- RAM: 1Gb SDRAM

Connectors

- 1 x Power Jack
- 1 x Ethernet RJ45
- 1 x HDMI
- 2 x USB 2.0
- 2 x Sensor I/O connectors
- 1 x Power button, which includes led operation indicator

Peripherals

- 1 x Digital temperature sensor
- 1 x Digital temperature and humidity sensor
- 1 x Power supply

vMuubox - Virtualized Versión

vMuubox - Technical features

The virtualized version of the Muubox is the most economical and suitable option for those who have their entire infrastructure in the cloud.


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Software

Pre-installed software on Linux operating system, responsible for securely transmitting all collected data to the central server in the cloud.

The vMuubox is in charge of ensuring the integrity of the monitored data, so that, even if the connectivity with the cloud server is lost, it stores all the information and then transmits it in a controlled way.

This is an image that can be displayed in any private or public cloud, through an OVF/OVA image compatible with XenServer, VMWare, Hyper V, AWS, Azure, etc. or through Docker containers.