-Nichole.K.Boscia,Senior Network Engineer, CSC, NASA.
-Craig Dickerson,Communications Manager.
Do-it-yourself plug-ins extend the scope of management to include network change and configuration management and IP address management as well as monitoring of networks, applications, databases, virtualization and NetFlow-based bandwidth.
Highlights of new web client
OpManager now includes Social IT – a private social network built exclusively for IT folks for real-time collaboration/communication with their team members. It is the industry first social wall that is available with an IT infrastructure monitoring software. Learn More
Manage your complete network greater control and visibility. Monitoring availability, performance, traffic usage, WAN links, and VoIP call paths and managing network configurations, IP addresses and switch ports is now a breeze. Learn More »
OpManager monitors both physical and virtual servers across multiple vendors and OSes, with over 300 server performance metrics. Protocols such as SNMP, WMI, CLI and Telnet/SSH are leveraged for monitoring Server Availability and Performance, Services, Applications, URLs, Windows Services, processes etc. Learn More »
Administrators can now track and resolve network outages much before the end user is affected, thanks to OpManager's Intelligent Fault Management. The instant alerting mechanism proactively sends alerts through SMS and Email, whenever a fault is detected. Learn More »
Code-free IT workflow automation automates the first level network troubleshooting steps, thus enabling administrators to reduce MTTR (Mean Time To Repair) and operational costs. Learn More »
With automatic network mapping, administrators can visualise their complete IT infrastructure, pinpoint network outages and performance degradation, and keep and eye on critical business services and custom device groups. Learn More »
"OpManager provides a very easy interface to use and maintain. Being able to quickly maintain and add new resources was vital for us. Other tools took too long to implement and being able to continuously maintain them became a full time job. OpManager has to be maintained and tweaked but it is by no means a full time job."