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Cisco IOS Embedded Event Manager (EEM) is a powerful and flexible subsystem that provides real-time network event detection and onboard automation. It gives you the ability to adapt the behavior of your network devices to align with your business needs.
Your business can benefit from the capabilities of IOS Embedded Event Manager without upgrading to a new version of Cisco IOS Software. It is available on a wide range of Cisco platforms.
IOS Embedded Event Manager supports more than 20 event detectors that are highly integrated with different Cisco IOS Software components to trigger actions in response to network events. Your business logic can be injected into network operations using IOS Embedded Event Manager policies. These policies are programmed using either simple command-line interface (CLi) or using a scripting language called Tool Command Language (Tcl).
Harnessing the significant intelligence within Cisco devices, IOS Embedded Event Manager helps enable creative solutions, including automated troubleshooting, fault detection, and device configuration.
Please visit our open IOS Embedded Event Manager Scripting Community, Cisco Beyond, for sample IOS Embedded Event Manager scripts.
Please visit the following links to learn more about EEM Cisco Partners:
- Cisco Partner: Davra Networks - Run Book Automation Solutions
Learn how to reduce manual labor, lower operational costs, and improve overall operational efficiency. This solution is powered by Cisco EEM and EASy.
- Cisco Partner: Progrizon, Inc - EEM Development and Deployment Solutions
Get consulting services and products for Cisco IOS Embedded Management features from some of Cisco's original architects.
- Cisco Learning Partner: ANI, Inc.- Cisco IOS Customization Training
Learn how to use EEM to have Cisco routers and switches function exactly as you want them to function regardless of the size of your organization.
Real-Time Network Event Detection and More
Writing Policy Using Command-Line Interface
Writing Policy Using Tool Command Language