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Eliminate visibility gaps in your IT infrastructure

These are the questions asked during "Eliminate visibility gaps in your IT infrastructure" training.


  • Does Applications Manager's license differ from that of OpManager? Yes, Applications Manager is a standalone product and has nothing to do with OpManager. However, we can include it as a plugin to OpManager.
  • While performing discovery, what if the system we monitor is managed by CyberArk, which recycles the password? Will the system still be monitored? We do not integrate with CyberArk as of now. We can use credential manager in Applications Manager and update the credential at regular interval using REST API whenever it is updated.
  • What makes Applications Manager different than OpManager? Is it only about naming applications and mapping them to the devices? Applications Manager is used for monitoring applications and servers, whereas OpManager is for network monitoring.
    Since the webinar was about ADDM, this might have given you that idea. However, Applications Manager has many more features to offer. It supports around 150+ applications in the product.

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