Scale software update management

Scale software updates with Kollective's integration with ConfigMgr (SCCM).

  Kollective for configmgr (SCCM)

 

Cloud Based

Cloud Based

Kollective's integration with Microsoft's ConfigMgr (SCCM) is a cloud-based integration capable of delivering software updates and any other type of content, on and off premise (cloud management gateway), simplifying and accelerating the distribution of all ConfigMgr content types.

Powerful analytics

Powerful analytics

Kollective IQ analytics platform provides next level insights to suit your organizations need for greater compliance and control. Administrators can track bandwidth usage  including drill down reporting based on location, individual systems, or specific content types.

Smart Peering Technology

Smart Peering Technology

Our intelligent platform automatically creates a self-optimizing peer-to-peer network architecture to deliver content to the very edge of your network using only a sliver of bandwidth required with traditional deployment solutions. The more content our solution delivers, the smarter, faster and more efficient it gets.

Automated and Adaptive

Automated and Adaptive

Kollective for ConfigMgr effectively replaces Distribution Points. Simplify administrative overhead such as managing your boundary and boundary group configurations. Our solution automatically creates an intelligent mesh peering grid, with no manual configuration needed.

Kollective IQ

Powerful analytics with actionable insights

We often get asked

Talk to an expert to have all of your questions about our integration with ConfigMgr answered

 

Yes, Kollective IQ, our analytics platform provides enhanced delivery reporting, peering relationships, and geomaps.
The ACP implementation for the SCCM client doesn't require a distribution point, but one distribution point is still required to complete a deployment. Configuration Manager content managed by Kollective is sourced from our ECDN cloud.
Kollective for ConfigMgr uses supported Microsoft API called the Alternate Content Provider (ACP) which allows 3rd-party content delivery mechanisms.