Bomgar Appliance Comparison

  Virtual
Appliance
B400 (Details) B300 (Details) B200 (Details)
Capacity

Defined by Virtual Infrastructure

Up to 1200 concurrent technicians

Up to 300 concurrent technicians

Up to 20 concurrent technicians running a maximum of three sessions each

Authentication

LDAP, RADIUS, Kerberos

LDAP

Integration

API for Custom Integrations

Database integration and API Extraction Tool

Syslog Server Integration

Microsoft SQL Server

API for Custom Integrations

Redundancy

Defined by Virtual Infrastructure

Dual processors

Dual power supplies

RAID 6 – Eight physical drives configured into two logical drives

Hard drive failure notification

Failover capable

Single processor

Dual power supplies

RAID 6 – Four hard drives

Hard drive failure notification

Failover capable

Single processor

Single power supply

 

Platform
Support

Windows 2000-Windows 8, Server 2000-2012

Mac OS X 10.6 - 10.10; Apple iOS 6.0+

Android Phone 2.3+; Android Tablet 3.0+; Android Samsung Phone and Tablet 2.3+

BlackBerry OS 5.0 - 7.x

Linux: Fedora Core 8 - 20; RedHat Enterprise 4 - 7; CentOS 6.5 - 7; SLED 11; SLES 10 and 11; Ubuntu 8.04-14.04.1

Jump
Technology

Depends on allocated resources. See the Virtual Appliance Sizing Guidelines at www.bomgar.com/docs.

Up to 10,000 Active Jump Clients

Up to 5,000 Active Jump Clients

Up to 1,000 Active Jump Clients

Deployment

Virtual Appliance VMware:
• vCenter 5.0+

1U rack-mountable server
1.7 x 17.2 x 23.5 in., 43 lbs.

Compatible with Atlas Deployments

1U rack-mountable server 1.7 x 17.2 x 26.7 in., 45 lbs.

Compatible with Atlas Deployments

1U rack-mountable server 1.7 x 16.7 x 14 in., 17.5 lbs.