OpManager -

The network, server and virtualization monitoring software

Network Performance Monitoring

OpManager – Comprehensive, Convenient and Customizable Network Performance Monitoring Software

OpManager provides comprehensive Network Performance Monitoring functionality across networks, systems, applications and services.

Network performance monitoring - Memory Monitoring

Comprehensive Network Performance Monitoring Software – Utilization, Response times and Errors

OpManager monitors CPU, memory and disk and interface / bandwidth utilization in real-time. A rich set of graphs and Top 10 reports are provided out-of-the-box.

OpManager also provides out-of-the-box graphs and reports for CPU, memory, disk and interface utilization, service response times and interface errors. Unlike other products,

OpManager provides separate Top N reports for servers, switches, routers and all devices. This helps operators gain better visibility into the performance of servers, routers and switches and the overall network.

Network performance monitoring - Reports

Convenient Network Performance Monitoring Software – Daily, weekly, monthly and custom reports

OpManager makes network performance monitoring effortless to set up and operators can quickly get daily, weekly, monthly or custom period graphs and reports out-of-the-box. Operators can quickly compare two or more devices for the same parameter. These reports and graphs can be easily exported to other formats such as HTML, PDF or JPG formats.

Network performance monitoring - Graphs

Customizable Network Performance Monitoring Software – Custom graphs and multi-vendor monitoring

OpManager allows operators to setup monitoring of custom SNMP MIB variables. OpManager makes network performance monitoring truly vendor-independent. You only need access to the SNMP MIBs provided by your vendor. OpManager allows you to monitor critical parameters of any device and setup thresholds. OpManager automatically creates the necessary graphs and also alerts you when the threshold is violated.

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