Add-ons, Plug-ins and Integrations
OpManager Plug–ins and Add–ons enable administrators to extend the functionality of network management and server monitoring to meet business needs. Further the integration with other ManageEngine products provides the flexibility to manage other aspects of IT network management viz. Helpdesk, Firewall log analysis et al.
OpManager provides several network and server add–ons that can be purchased separately for specific monitoring & management needs. Some of the add–ons starter pack also come bundled in the Essential and Enterprise Editions of OpManager, to know what’s bundled in each edition click here.
3D Datacenter Floor:
Create an virtual 3D representation of your datacenter with racks and run it on your NOC screens. The status of the devices in reach rack are color coded for easy fault identification. This allows you to drill down from the datacenter view to the faulty device. Read More »
WAN RTT Monitor:
OpManager’s WAN Round–Trip–Time monitoring helps you troubleshoot poor application performance over your WAN, even over your ISP’s network. Read More »
Leveraging Cisco IP SLA technology, the VoIP Monitor proactively monitors VoIP network performance to report on VoIP QoS metrics such as jitter, latency, packet loss and Mean–Opinion–Score (MOS) in addition to bandwidth utilization. Read More »
Fail–over – Hot Standby engine:
Ensure your network is monitored uninterrupted using OpManager’s fail–over functionality. Get alerts on the primary server’s failure, have the stand–by automatically take over monitoring and even auto–replicate data to the primary database on recovery. Read More »
RCA Module in OpManager
RCA module enables admins to track all the events from NetFlow, configuration management, and application management plug-ins and plots them on time-based multi-series graph. This helps the IT team to have visibility at the recent events and identify where the exact fault is. Read More »
IT Workflow Automation:
IT Workflow Automation includes a drag-n-drop workflow builder to automate routine IT tasks and L1/L2 troubleshooting steps. It works on an 'if-else' based condition and out-of-the-box offers actions such as Restart Service, Restart VM, Kill a Process, Send Email, etc. Read More »
Social IT provides a cascading, Facebook-like wall for IT folks to engage in real-time communication with their team members. Social IT can also be integrated with IT management tools from ManageEngine as well as from HP, IBM, CA and Microsoft. Alarms and performance reports from these solutions can be shared on the wall. Read More »
UCS Monitoring add-on helps you to monitor all the Cisco UCSes and its components, in your data center. The UCS monitor includes a 2D relationship map that helps to visualize the relationship among the hosts, clusters, and VMs present in the UCS
Similar to OpManager Add–ons, plug–ins can also be purchased separately for specific network management needs. A starter pack is bundled in the Essential and Deluxe edition of OpManager. To know what’s bundled in each edition click here.
One of OpManager’s most popular plug–ins, the NetFlow plug–in provides in–depth bandwidth usage details to help quickly identify any unscrupulous WAN usage, expose virus attacks and also help in capacity planning. Read More »
Manage all the configuration changes on your network devices with the Network Change, Configuration & Compliance Management plug–in Read More »
IPAM & SPM Plug-in:
An able plug-in that complements the powerful Network Management story of ManageEngine OpManager. The IPAM & SPM Plug-in helps manage the IP address space, maps devices that are plugged into the switch ports and provides a holistic view of IP addresses, IP computer objects information, MAC address list, VLAN information, Switch ports status & much more... Read More »
Applications Monitoring Plug-in:
Monitor mission critical applications such as Oracle, SAP, Websphere, Microsoft .Net; databases such as Cassandra, Sybase; clouds applications such as Amazon and Windows Azure with the Applications Monitoring plugin. Read More »
What is the difference between an Add–on and a Plug–in?
Add–ons are features available within OpManager which get enabled on applying a registered license. Plug–ins are separate download files. You have to install each plug–in over the existing installation of OpManager and apply the registered license to enable the plug–in’s features.
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