Now that we have explored the steps to needed to create new roles, you should understand the benefits and flexibility of Avaya Aura System Manager coupled with the level of security it provides. With the ability to successfully login to System Manager, you will have access to:
System Manager Tools
- Common Console: A browser-based console that provides a central access point for accessing all management needs: user administration, network routing policy, monitoring, and security.
- User Administration: Provides a single interface for provisioning users on Avaya Aura Session Manager, Avaya Aura Communication Manager, and Avaya Modular Messaging currently, and presence services and other Avaya Aura components in the future.
- Dial Plan Administration: Central administration of enterprise-wide dial plans across multi-vendor PBX environments. Phone number adaptations can be uniquely created for each location or PBX supporting up to 24 digits.
- Network Routing: Create system-wide dialing rules to cost-effectively route calls using the enterprise’s on-net IP network including:
- Enterprise-wide least cost routing
- Enterprise-wide time of day routing
- Tail end hop off
- Toll avoidance
- Network Routing Verification Tool: In support of network routing, Avaya Aura System Manager provides a flexible and powerful tool to test complex routing rules with easy-to-read output.
- Event and Fault Management: A platform for centralized logs and alarms, helping ensure that all the supported entities in the network can contribute to a single, central repository for viewing items for the enterprise.
System Manager Benefits
- Single Point of Management: End-to-end view, single unified console with workflow-based management.
- Less Complexity: Reduces complexity of operations for distributed multi-site networks with multiple control points.
- Better Data Consistency: Integrated provisioning to reduce configuration errors.
- Faster Deployment: Accelerate application integration with standards-based interfaces.
- Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO): Reduces TCO and service support costs through automation of time-consuming, error-prone tasks.
- Less Training: Better skill set increases productivity through easy-to-use tools.
More Value: Increases the value of convergence through tight integration with the enterprise IT infrastructure (identity, security, directory, and single sign‑on).