With the growing business needs, age-old network monitoring techniques are constantly being replaced with the latest practices and tools. In order to keep up with the current trend, organizations are put under constant pressure to choose a solution which matches the technology needs as it grows. ManageEngine OpManager is one such network monitoring solution which is filled with features resonating with the latest trends. OpManager is affordable, easy-to-use and offers complete coverage over health, performance, and availability of network devices to make your day-to-day network infrastructure management easier. Read on to find out why OpManager is the perfect Nagios alternative.
Info-tech evaluated network monitoring solutions to help customers choose the most suitable solution for their enterprise. Take a look at the comparison between OpManager and Nagios XI and see how OpManager stands out!
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Nagios XI follows node based licensing model where a node can be anything with an IP address or a domain that you would like to monitor (switches, routers, firewalls, workstations, and other network devices). Although this is similar to OpManager's device based licensing model, Nagios XI charges extra for support (10 calls only) and this charge is added to the license. Let us see how OpManager's pricing is more affordable when compared to Nagios XI.
The following table shows a comparison between Nagios XI and OpManager's pricing:
From the above table, it is clear that OpManager offers monitoring at half the price when compared to Nagios XI. Also, OpManager support is available 24*7 and one can make any number of calls, free of cost.
The following table shows a list of all the metrics which are not available in Nagios and those which require a separate tool for monitoring: