ManageEngine OpManager provides a comprehensive network monitoring solution.This helps in scanning network performance better and helps you exercise more control over the network infrastructure.With this tool, you can identify network issues in real time with threshold-based alerts and can timely troubleshoot errors.This facilitates downtime prevention.You can do both physical as well as virtual server monitoring with it.The software comes featured with inbuilt add-ons and plug-ins to boost your network performance.This network management software further includes firewall log analysis and archiving, bandwidth analysis, configuration and change management, switch port, etc.
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|API||Location / Phone Number||Pleasanton, CA / +1 (888) 900-9646|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Installed - Windows Installed - Mac||Category||Load Balancing Software|
Single user, 10 devices with basic monitoring functionality
Start from $715 for 25 Devices
For small and medium enterprises
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Start from $19,795 for 500 devices
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After upgrade opmanager service pack to 124033 I cannot connect to opmanager by mobile app. Although I checked troubleshooting and I can connect by browsers.
OpManager is a network, server and virtualization monitoring tool that allows you to have a general and detailed overview of resources and connections.
The tool is composed of an information panel where the devices alert is displayed, a summary of the infrastructure, a top of the devices that consume CPU, memory top used, top of disk use, availability of devices, among others. interesting graphics.
There is an Inventory section where it is divided by devices, subinterfaces, subnetworks and groups. In this section is where the hosts are added to monitor either by ICMP or SNMP.
It has a section of Network that is divided by routers, connections and IPSLA in addition to giving a brief information of each device (name of the device, status, IP address, type of device, category, provider and interfaces).
Another section that stands out is the Alarm where it displays all the alarms that each device has had, ranging from alarm of event log, syslog, capture, web, storage and events.
The tool is interesting because it allows attaching credentials to a team, making backup copies, notifying if a device has had any change in its configuration, has a large template of devices so that the discovery of the equipment is accurate, there is a wide variety of performance monitors, you can customize the rules of syslog to capture, configure the IPSLA, also brings a section of tools where you can check availability of a device, make WMI queries, CLI queries, monitor the network, Syslog viewer, between other devices.
I do not have any criticism about the product but rather it brings great value to the company.
It has allowed us to monitor the availability of a device, verify the date / time the device shuts down, have a backup of each device according to the schedule of tasks, compare configuration backup between the same device in case there have been changes, There is a change the tool notifies via email.
It allows us to monitor the traffic of each interface as well as to see the protocols that pass through each interface with the help of NetFlow.
Can you please help me, im not able to access my servers network which results to inability to use opmanager. Any ideas?
OPManager is a suite that allows you to monitor network devices and servers using the credentials of snmp, cli, wmi, Citrix, Vmware. It is a very showy, beautiful and essentially graphic program, this software is able to tell you what problems the network has, in addition to recommending certain parameters to configure in the devices to safeguard the integrity of the equipment.
This software, having various customizations, is fluid and intuitive, so the learning curve is fast.
With the free version you have 30 days to test the product and it has been one of the best network monitoring software I have been able to find since in a moment it starts monitoring and graphing the device, it tells you tips to improve security, it creates copies security of the configuration of the device, ability to create scheduled tasks that run are copies and are stored on the server, ability to create groups, modify monitoring intervals to a minimum of 1 minute, how much with a variety of vendor templates and of the mib of the devices.
I still have a lot to know about the software but it is all that I need to place in production rather than envy NPM Solarwinds, Zabbix and LibreNMS.
It is a software that has brought me more kindness than headaches, I have no negative criticism of the product
Monitoring of network devices through snmp V2 and cli to have metrics of the devices and automatic backups of the equipment.
Notifications of device crashes as well as changes made in the configuration of the same.
Graphics of lost packets, latency and ping response time of network devices.
Ability to alert via email and text messages
OpManager is a monitoring software that focuses on several areas, servers, networks and databases, in particular I use it to monitor network equipment.
The program for all the potential that it has does not weigh much, it supports several languages and it is multiplatform.
The monitoring of the equipment is really simple everything is done in a web interface there is no need to edit any configuration file or enter by console, you just have to add the device and use the SNMP credentials, this is done in the section " Configurations "," Discovery "and the" Add device "selection, indicate the IP of the device, subnet mask and select the credentials either CLI or SNMP.
The software using templates from several manufacturers begins to capture the data and the preset in the section "Inventory" where it shows all the information of the team, execution time, milliseconds of ping, interfaces, vlans, among others.
I am fascinated that the software has scheduled tasks that run backup copies and make a comparison of configurations if changed, as well as a notification if someone makes a change.
Until now the application meets all the necessary requirements
Monitoring of network devices.
Backup of the cisco devices, both startup-config and running-config.
Graph of lost packages.
Notification of unauthorized changes
ManageEnginer Op is the best tool to use in monitoring your network in your company and not only network but also devices and server.
You can create an alarm to alart you incase of any problem so that you can configure before it becomes sophisticated .
I like OpManager because it monitors the system is based on devices and not on sensors.
Switch Port & IP Address Management can be done by ManageEngine OpManager.
configuration of the netwwork is easy you can do it while at home ,my company real enjoy using it.
It is an open source software like a trial version..
It is difficult to learn it since it is more complex .
It needs alot of time to learn about it which sometimes illitates me.
It is expensive when you need it from their company.
Doing things like triggers using Opmanager is too headhache ,you may loose hope while doing it.
Dealing with large company may make you quite from it ,sometimes the system hang or dirty s cleaning it is difficult.
Monitoring the company network more so in my company as Administration.
I manage the system and control it fast and easy .
Also i can manage server from local area.
OpManager the best tool to have monitored the network at any time of the day, has a facility of configuration and implementation, I like it because it is a tool that keeps me informed at any time about the status of any device that has been added to it.
I like it because the alarm system is practically immediate, I also like to have netflow exports which helps me to visualize the use of bandwidth.
I do not have any disagreement with OpManager, this tool is quite useful and has met all my needs and has always been available, its features and functions are quite reliable and it is a tool that can be applied to any type of infrastructure. it is quite useful to find faults in the network and always be aware of the same
This is a tool that should not be lacking in any infrastructure, it really is an application that I would recommend to any network administrator, monitoring the infrastructure with OpManager is really easy, it is a simple application to implement and use, it has trial versions, besides a free version and its paid version is quite accessible. This application I recommend completely for any infrastructure.
Currently with the tool is implemented in various networks which gives us a view of internet links, and the physical states of each of the devices such as Switch, Router, Access Points and servers, also helps us verify the data netflow that are exported from a router or firewall and this gives us a better visualization of incoming and outgoing data, I also see the consumption of bandwidth.
Opmanager is an excellent platform to monitor networks, I like that opmanager solves problems that are generated over time due to the advances that exist in networks and that increasingly become more complex to study and monitor, thanks to this robust interface platform and intuitive you can detect any irregularity or efficiency of the network in an exact time, excellent system to solve problems and reduce downtime. It is also fabulous because it is compatible in a context of various IT suppliers and has the ability to adapt to the Network regardless of its size. It is ideal to inspect the instruments and the network to have a better perceptibility extended about the entire network infrastructure. I like the way it runs in terms of finding a solution to a problem, it behaves in an advanced way when detecting sensitive IT states such as WAN, routers, firewalls among others, this being a general solution in all devices of the network or the analysis to a certain area of the bandwidth or applications.
It is difficult for me to expose some inconvenience, displeasure or negative aspect of this platform being this one more created for the solution of inconveniences that appear in the networks, giving the possibility of a quicker and more astute monitoring of the physical and virtual servers, additionally I allows the study of bandwidth, the visualization and provision of firewall logs, the management of IP addresses, among other functions that make it superior to other monitoring platforms.
I recommend it because it is useful to have it implemented since many network and server problems are solved thanks to its constant monitoring, it is quite simple to use and has quite unique features and functions, although its value is also quite low compared to others suppliers. It has no installation complications and is already incorporated with web servers and databases.
We implemented Opmanager in the most complete way, seeking to benefit in the best possible way by putting all its tools into action. Since the execution of Opmanager we have been able to solve packet losses and errors that even fail to be detected by other users thanks to the effective network monitoring and configuration of connection devices of this system. We use it to observe critical measurements such as the CPU, performance, disk space, performance and how much use has been given to the memory for virtual and physical servers on the other hand, we keep the configurations active by means of thresholds for each metric and in this way we receive notifications for the moment that any inconvenience is detected in the network without analyzing and only wait for some warning signal, this technique is similar to the one we implemented with the analysis of reactive networks to solve errors. Super beneficial because opmanager issues us reports that we program and customize and that we later use to contain information describing the operation of our network.
This tool is indispensable for my daily work, with it I can monitor the internet traffic of entry and exit of all the users of the network. Monitoring interfaces and devices from a centralized console, being able to track the destination and source of traffic generated, I love being able to design alerts for excessive consumption that slows down the speed in the network. I can manage the bandwidth of the available links and verify with the netflow data unexpected traffic or from unknown sources. OP Manager is a valuable asset in the organization since it allows us to have the maximum performance at any time.
The use of this software can be complicated for novice users and that has no experience in this type of consoles, it requires a previous training that allows to take advantage of all the functionalities of the same. Although the graphic interface is nice and intuitive, I think it deserves a refresh in its image because I sometimes get lost with so many options and functions which are not bad but it would be nice to have a better point of view to be able to exploit them properly.
This product is a great ally for a network administrator, I recommend it.
With this software we manage the traffic in our network and of several clients, we can establish a connection with external systems and through the alerts we monitor the traffic quickly. This console is permanently active on my work desk.
OpManager is a software that monitors networks, devices, and servers, has a variety of very good features, its deployment and installation are very easy to perform, the configuration is simple and with guidance to do it even faster, I like it because In comparison with other software of this type OpManager performs these operations much faster and more effective, I like that its graphical interface is quite friendly to the users that use it, compared to other tools this is quite simple and orderly, the quality of monitoring it's pretty good, it has export reports, this option is excellent for reporting, I like the way each report is separated to each device and specific function, they are quite detailed, the graphs of the monitored network interfaces and interfaces are excellent shows in real time everything that is happening in the network, the function of flow control is very good because you can know that ispositive is consuming more bandwidth than another and in what types of protocols or applications are being used, are really spectacular features that are very easy to use.
really OpManager has not given me the reasons to have a negative criticism with him, has everything I need so far, I have been able to monitor the network of my company and that of my clients, I have also been able to monitor the physical state of my servers, configuring the alerts to be more aware of them.
I have been using OpManager for a long time and I have loved it and I recommend it completely, it has free versions with limitation of up to 10 devices to monitor, it has very affordable paid versions and with more advanced features, the support provided by the company is quite good I do not have no complaint, is 24/7, within any network monitor this is the right one for any company, completely recommended
OpManager is the solution that has found me to keep my entire network and my clients monitored, with this story with different monitoring parameters, alerts both in the OpManager interface and via email, so I can keep you informed of the status of my red