The Cyclades AlterPath System of out-of-band infrastructure (OOBI) technology provides IT administrators with alternative paths into the IT infrastructure to access, diagnose and restore disconnected IT assets.
What does OOB stand for?
OOB stands for Out-Of-Band
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We have 17 other meanings of OOB in our Acronym Attic
- Order Of Battle
- Out of Battery (improper weapon discharge)
- Out of Bed
- Out of Body (experience)
- Out of Bottle
- Out of Box (software implementation projects)
- Out of Breath
- Out of Browser (Microsoft Silverlight)
- Out Of Building
- Out Of Band-Forward Error Correction
- Off Off Broadway Alliance (now Alliance of Resident Theatres in New York)
- Out-Of-Band Authentication
- Out-Of-Box Audit
- Original Off-Broadway Cast
- Opossum Oesophageal Body Circular Muscle (UK)
- Own Order Book Download (London Stock Exchange)
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Out-of-Band Out-of-band approaches are designed to avoid the performance challenges inherent in an in-band architecture by separating the management information from the data flow itself.
Company to Display FIPS 140-2 Out-of-Band and Optical Networking for Military Application CHATSWORTH, Calif.
Out-of-band virtualization passes data between the application and the switch on the way to a storage device somewhere on the network.
Out-of-Band Networking Solution Will Be First in Industry to Be Both JITC Approved AND FIPS 140-2 Certified CHATSWORTH, Calif.
A simplistic solution to this problem is to connect those devices which are "really critical" to modems for out-of-band connectivity.
About Avocent Corporation Avocent delivers IT operations and infrastructure management solutions for enterprises worldwide, helping customers reduce the cost and simplify the management of complex IT environments via integrated, centralized in-band and out-of-band hardware and software.
Monitoring and administering clusters using out-of-band management leverages maintenance processors that are independent of the cluster node being monitored.