This section provides information about managing and monitoring your Avalanche environment. It includes the following topics:

Managing Device Servers: Avalanche has two types of device servers: smart device servers and mobile device servers. This section describes device server actions and using profiles to configure device servers.

Managing User Accounts: User accounts allow you to define who can access components of the Avalanche Console and who can perform specific administrative tasks. This section describes the different types of accounts, creating accounts, assigning user permissions, and configuring LDAP integration.

Creating and Configuring Alert Profiles: Alerts provide you with notifications about various aspects of your enterprise. This section describes creating alert profiles and configuring email forwarding.

Configuring Reports: Avalanche reports can help you organize information about the activity or status of devices or software on your network. This section describes creating, running, and scheduling reports.

Backing Up and Restoring Avalanche: In order to retain Avalanche system information, you should back up the databases and software packages regularly. The encryption key that Avalanche uses to protect critical data must also be backed up. This section describes backing up and restoring databases, software packages, and the encryption key.

Managing Samsung SAFE Devices: Samsung for Enterprise devices offer enhanced device-level security and management capabilities for Android devices. Managing these SAFE devices in Avalanche is established through the use of Samsung-specific APIs. This section describes configuring Exchange/ActiveSync, restrictions, and network settings for Samsung SAFE devices.