Leading oil company in China manages 1500 devices with OpManager
Gulf Chemicals & Metallurgy manages 1700 interfaces with OpManager
Replacing HP NNM with OpManager for Comprehensive Network Management
Replacing scom and ca spectrum with OpManager
No need to baby-sit OpManager
I work for a company which is the cloud leader with the most mature and reliable Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) platform in the market. Based out of North Carolina, USA our network has Windows, SQL Servers, F5, Cisco and Dell equipment to manage.
The very reason why I consider being with OpManager is Ease of use and flexibility. I’ve been able to use VBScripting to enhance functionality I want in particular. Script monitoring is also used to enhance SQL monitoring and trending.
So far my experience with OpManager is excellent. I am new to my current company (8 months) and brought OpManager into this new company from my previous. I brought OpManager into my previous (8 years) job after testing many different solutions (Unicenter TNG, MOM, Solar Winds, Splunk and a few others.). 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. The use of WMI and SNMP is key to the solutions I was looking for. Flexibility in a Windows Environment with WMI and Agentless monitoring made OpManager as the best choice for us.
USA, Industry : Computer services/ consulting