Belarc’s cloud architecture allows users to simplify and automate the management of all of their desktops, servers and laptops throughout the world, using a single database and Intranet server.
BelManage automatically creates an accurate and up-to-date central repository (CMDB), consisting of detailed software, hardware, and security configurations.
BelManage Small Network Package is priced at $1,800 and consists of the following:
BelManage Base system is priced at $5,000.
The Advanced Client for Servers (ACS) option includes discovery for Microsoft SQL Server Editions and Versions; Oracle Database and Products Editions, Versions, Options and Management Packs; IBM product Editions and Versions; Server Roles; and Virtual Machines to Physical Host dependencies. The ACS runs on Windows server, Linux and Solaris (x86) based operating systems. Pricing is:
BelManage Change History Module is priced at $2,500.
BelSecure Module is priced at $2,500, purchased with BelManage Base system.
BelManage Auditor is priced at $1,250 and includes the following:
BelManage Software as a Service (SaaS) is a dedicated hosted version of BelManage which is managed and maintained by Belarc. This package includes the BelManage Base, Change History and BelSecure options. Hosting is done on AWS servers, which can be located based on the user's preferences. Minimum initial order is 200 clients and includes set up costs. Annual Pricing is as follows:
BelManage can be licensed on a term basis as follows:
Service Provider option. This option allows a Service Provider, for example, to license BelManage based on their usage of the product. It is based on the Term License and is trued-up as follows:
For pricing outside the U.S., please contact our regional representative or our home office.
To try BelManage send an email to: Try_Belmanage@belarc.com and we will send you a URL and name/password to try BelManage on our demo server. Please tell us the reason for your interest and where you learned about BelManage. Your phone number and number of computers are helpful, but optional.