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ManageEngine OpManager 12.4 (Professional Edition - 10 devices)

ZOHO Corporation Private Limited | 12400

Windows, Windows Server 2019 Base Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Base - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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    Abdallah E.

integrated network management

  • April 26, 2017
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What do you like best?
manage servers and network devices
Reporting
Switch Port & IP Address Management
OpManager⁄ NetFlow support
Workflow
Easy Installation and Configuration
Network Health Monitoring
Network Mapping
Server Monitoring
VMware monitoring
Network Traffic Analysis
Cisco NBAR reporting
Network Configuration Management
Fault and Performance Management
Data Center Management
What do you dislike?
not found dislike .....
want feature
want to monitor IOT
want add icon server like vsio icon on rack view
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
tell me by notification any problem on network
Recommendations to others considering the product:
want feature
want to monitor IOT
want add icon server like vsio icon on rack view


    Plastics

Decent network/server monitoring system for a good price

  • November 18, 2016
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What do you like best?
OpManager is a really good monitoring tool that is fairly inexpensive. It can monitor just about any device that supports SNMP or WMI. It also has native support for vSphere, so that you can monitor both the virtualization host and the virtual computers being hosted. It comes with extensive monitoring capabilities for a wide range of network infrastructure equipment, servers, operating systems, and server-based applications built-in. For example, if you tell OpManager that you want it to monitor your Microsoft Exchange server, it automatically understands many things about Microsoft Exchange and gives you a wide range of email server specific monitoring choices. The same is true for Active Directory Domain Controllers, a number of database platforms and more.

In addition, if you want to monitor a device that is not included natively with OpManager, you can download the SNMP MIB file, import it into OpManager and setup a custom profile.

OpManager also provides a number of way to react to conditions that it may encounter when monitoring. You can setup different threshold levels, and setup the response for how it should react.

OpManager provides a number of methods for providing you with notifications when a threshold level has been met/exceeded. It supports email, paging, and more, as well as notifying a group of support resources. A challenge with monitoring systems is also how to prevent it from providing too much feedback and burying you with notifications if a problem is not addressed. OpManager provides a nice level of customization and lets you set how frequently you want to be notified during a situation, as well as giving you the option to have it turn off notifications automatically once the situation has been resolved.
What do you dislike?
Can be a little confusing when you let it scan through a range of network addresses and have it automatically setup what it finds. It may pick the wrong monitoring profile for some devices that can be monitored multiple ways. For example, it may setup and Active Directory Domain Controller or an Exchange server as a normal Windows server. When this happens, you have to delete the device it setup from OpManager and manually add it as the type of server that you want monitored.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
A lot of businesses try to run their IT environment fairly lean in terms of support staff. Our company is no exception. To make this work, it is crucial to have a good monitoring system that will automatically notify you before an issue becomes critical. OpManager has been very useful in this area. We can monitor a large number of systems without having to manually login and check for problems. Instead, OpManager notifies us when a problem is forming and gives us the chance to react before they impact our end users.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
A trial version of OpManager can be downloaded so that it can be tested in your environment. Use the automatic scan method to add network infrastructure devices and servers. But for the servers, you may need to go in after the fact and delete the device from OpManager and manually re-add it with the type of profile with which you want the server monitored (such as MS SQL server).