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VSCOPE CORE INTEGRATION

Leverage other tools & systems
with a top-class discovery engine

An agentless approach to IT discovery

An agentless approach to data collection

Automate manual routines

vScope will quickly become the organization’s centrecourt for valuable information about IT. Integrating vScope’s data collection engine with existing systems will leverage and add additional values in form of improved accuracy and reliability. Help- & Servicedesks, BI systems, CMDBs or anything else in need of information from a world leading inventory platform.

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Bring transparency to your IT

Integratable data collection

vScope’s data collection engine can be integrated with other systems in order to import and export data from and to the vScope Core platform.

Centralized

Having data collection centralized at one location not only gives more accurate results, it is also promotes efficiency and reduces costs by minimizing time spent on manual tasks.

Get started in no time

With prebuilt integrations, open API endpoints and scheduled emails vScope allows organizations to quickly get started with system integration and make the most out of its valuable data.

Integration in vScope

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A data collection engine

Centralize all data collection in vScope for more accurate reporting and analysis in existing systems.

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Open REST API

Any licensed vScope installation offers an open REST API from which data, reports and analysis can be extracted.

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Process automation

Minimize waste of resource through automation processes of data collection and analysis.

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Reuse existing tags and notations

Import tags and notations into vScope from existing spreadsheets or manual documentation solutions.

What you can use vScope’s data collection for

Leverage structured data in multiple use cases.

  • Asset management
  • Billing
  • Capacity planning
  • Change management
  • Charge back
  • Cloud migration
  • Configuration management
  • Cost management
  • GDPR
  • License management
  • Life cycle management
  • Migration
  • Outsourcing evaluation
  • Project planning & Follow up
  • Reporting
  • Service level agreement
  • Security

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is vScope licensed?

    vScope is licensed on a subscription based model. Every product is licensed based on so called billable units (BU). For vScope Directory that's a user account, for vScope Server a server OS, for vScope Certficate a certificate etc. In this way you can easily customize vScope for your organizations need.

  • How can I try vScope?

    You can download the platform vScope Core for free on our download page. This will give you enough functionality to get started using vScope. We do recommend you to try vScope Unlimited during a so called Assisted Trial which is conducted together with a product expert from InfraSight Labs. Learn more about our trial concepts.

  • How is vScope delivered?

    Currently vScope is delivered on-prem with an installation that is done on a server in your environment.

  • How does vScope’s discovery work?

    vScope’s discovery runs without the use of any agents. That makes it very easy to set up and maintain. An installation rarely takes more than 15-20 minutes. The discovery is configured using credentials and targets.

  • What technologies are supported?

    vScope supports the most popular technologies in the datacenter. Some examples are:
    VMware, Hyper-V, WMI, WinRM, MSSQL, OracleDB, SSH, Linux, Azure Active Directory, Docker, SMI-S, SNMP.

News from InfraSight Labs

Customer Success

November 2nd, 2018|

As Customer Success, you will have one foot in the technology and one foot in the business. The role serves a central function on InfraSight Labs and you will have both internal and external communications on a daily basis.

Learn more

DOCUMENTATION IN VSCOPE

A common and collaborative platform for all IT.

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ANALYSIS IN VSCOPE

Bring proactivity to your operations with vScope’s analysis.

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