ManageEngine's OpManager has always been a highly popular network monitoring product for SMBs thanks to its fine blend of features and value... The new architecture of the Enterprise Edition makes OpManager highly suited to the task of monitoring large, distributed networks. We found it capable of providing a wealth of easily accessible information from a single, centralised console. Additionally, ManageEngine's pricing structure makes it very affordable. Read more
May/ Jun, 2012
It (OpManager) offers equal (of large NMS) in some cases greater functionality that is scalable, easier to implement and more intuitive...
This (IT workflow automation) is a rare component for a solution within this price bracket, as some high-end solutions do not do this well at all... This is a differentiator within this space as many applications do not provide the automation capabilities that a template can provide to ease troubleshooting and minimize business impact.
ManageEngine has generated the ability for small organizations have this functionality, where pricing once made it unattainable. Read more.
February 10, 2012
OpManager was good before - now it's great! It is an extremely versatile, feature-rich system, made better by new features like Mapping, Hyper-V support, and the improved UI. Alerting is comprehensive and full of information sure to help administrators fix problems faster.
January 31, 2012
How could an HTML product compete with a native iPhone app? The truth is, it competes well–and in many cases, it’s actually better.
If you’re in the market for a network monitoring solution, give OpManager a close look; the product for mobile phones is outstanding. Read more.
March 17, 2011
OpManager really hits the mark for reliable network monitoring. It has a great range of features, and is versatile enough to monitor a wide range of devices. It does a great job alerting administrators to network problems. Read more.
September 10, 2010
In addition to the server and services management, OpManager also provides a comprehensive network performance management solution by observing WAN link availability and performance monitoring, bandwidth analysis, network configuration management, and VoIP Quality of Service (QoS) monitoring. Read more.
Enterprise Networking Planet
OpManager 8 from ManageEngine stands out from the crowd of SNMP based network monitoring products, because it provides an extensive set of enterprise level tools, at a price that makes it affordable for smaller businesses... It can be deployed in minutes and this latest version delivers real time graphs, more WMI monitors and also includes templates for over 650 device types, making it even easier to use. Read more.
OpManager: the Swiss army knife of monitoring. It expansively and comprehensively monitors virtually every possible network nook and cranny, including WAN links, servers, switches, routers, printers, Windows Event log entries, Web site URLs, TCP⁄IP services, specific applications, Windows Services, APC UPS devices, network and application performance and Active Directory. Read more.
In short, then: an excellent range of real–time dashboards and on–demand reports, very good abilities to monitor a wide range of devices, applications and services, and not a bad price either. Read more.
OpManager Network Management Software: A Web–based operations management tool with complete real–time monitoring and reporting for all types of SNMP–enabled devices on your network. Read more.
Unlike competing products, ManageEngine's OpManager is not just a network monitoring tool. The tool acts as a watchdog, continuously monitoring the network for trouble spots, and will instantly send alerts to notify administrators when and if a fault occurs. Read more.
Given the amount of ready–to–run functionality available from OpManager right out of the box and its comparatively low price, anybody for whom a giant budget for network management is out of the question might want to give this package a look. Its price–value combination is hard to beat! Read more.
NLC-Mike @ Spiceworks community - Feb 2012
I love OpManager due to 3 things -
Aventure blog reviews IPCheck and OpManager – Jan 2008
Overall, both applications operate in completely different pricing ranges, but OPManager is far more powerful than IPCheck could ever be, and with Paessler support being odd at times, money is better spent on OPManager.
Stefano reviews - Monitoring and Enterprise Open Source Monitoring (Italian) – March 15th, 2006
OpManager is a software comparable to the HP OpenView Network Node Manager or Tivoli NetView module. It is obviously cost effective alternative to Tivoli and OpenView, but is very powerful.... OpManager also runs under Linux and is very powerful. The system consists of a probe Java for polling / trap and a MySQL database for data storage.