GetApp.com Releases an Analysis of ManageEngine OpManager
March 01, 2012
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ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, announced that GetApp.com, the leading marketplace for online business software, has released a complete evaluation of ManageEngine OpManager, a Network Performance Management (NPM) product that offers a single console solution to manage the complete IT network for organizations of all sizes.

Eval-Source, an industry leader in the analysis of software technology, has conducted the product review. The software analysts have reviewed the solution based on their own custom evaluation script in order to validate and/or disprove the vendor’s claims. The script was specifically prepared to assess key functionalities and form an impartial analysis for this comprehensive network management solution.

After assessing the business problems addressed by the solution, the targeted market, the pricing model, and carrying out a complete functional and technical analysis, GetApp.com and Eval-Source arrived at the following conclusions regarding this network management application for established and emerging enterprises:

* ManageEngine is an established leader within the Network Performance Management software landscape, and thanks to its wide presence in the business market, the OpManager solution has amassed over 10,000 customers rapidly, which is probably the fastest adoption rate of the industry.

* The NPM space was previously focused on large and medium size companies. ManageEngine has generated the ability for small and medium size organizations to have this functionality, where pricing once made it unattainable.

* OpManager is a comprehensive network management product that provides a holistic view of the IT organization, including fault and performance management, and provides visibility into routers, switches, firewalls, WAN RTT links, VOIP links, wireless access points, multi-server platforms (Windows, UNIX, Linux, HP-UX, IBM AIX and Solaris), virtual servers (VMware ESX and ESXi/MS Hyper-V) and environments, load balancers, printers, temperature sensors, and other IT components within the network.

* Businesses of all sizes will find OpManager useful for capacity planning and as a tool with which to monitor spending and creation of KPU’s to maximize IT efficiencies through best ITIL practices.

* A use case of OpManager: An organization having an e-commerce website does a marketing campaign, leading to a traffic spike. Once configured, OpManager can be programmed to alert and balance the excess traffic load to other servers to distribute and handle the new influx of traffic.

* Thanks to the reach of ManageEngine, with a presence in 200+ countries, OpManager can support customers worldwide.

Dev Anand, Director of Product Management, NPM at ManageEngine, a division of Zoho Corp., said, "OpManager is really the best network management solution that's poised to replace the expensive legacy frameworks, such as HP OpenView, IBM Tivoli and CA Unicenter/Spectrum. The feature-to-price ratio is unbeatable. The new scalable architecture, high availability engines, and automation capabilities can bring the smile back to the IT Manager and CIO of any large enterprise."

He added, "We are delighted that GetApp.com, a reference for businesses searching cloud-based applications, has identified OpManager as a leading Network Performance Management solution and has highlighted our widespread functionality, ease of use and automation capabilities as a differentiator within this space."

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