OpManager Plus Enterprise edition has been released by ManageEngine, filled with comprehensive infrastructure observability capabilities that enable IT teams to achieve full visibility and control over their distributed IT environments.
This solution uses a probe-central architecture to provide reliable network observability and management across an enterprise's infrastructure, matching up with the speed of the organization's scale and rate of expansion.
Observe your distributed IT infrastructure from a single console
The probe-central architecture of OpManager Plus Enterprise consists of probes that are installed at remote monitoring sites and a central server that provides network visibility across locations. The probes collect performance data and other monitoring metrics from devices and applications at the remote sites and communicates with the central server—which provides you with unparalleled visibility.
The central server enables IT teams to collate all the data with the help of insightful reports, graphs, advanced business views, network maps, and a customizable widget-based dashboard for identifying the root cause of an issue.
Gain deep observability and control over your distributed infrastructure
OpManager Plus Enterprise guarantees network observability across your stacks, combining full-stack management, enterprise-level scalability on demand, and automation with the help of AIOps and machine learning.
Highlights of OpManager Plus Enterprise edition:
■ A single observability platform for visibility into network devices, servers (physical and virtual), and all your VMs or storage devices with the option to perform level 1 troubleshooting remotely.
Get comprehensive monitoring capabilities for a wide range of IT infrastructure components, including:
- Network devices: Routers, switches, firewalls, load balancers, and other network devices
- Servers: Physical, virtual, and cloud servers
- Storage devices: Disk arrays, tape libraries, and other storage devices
- Applications: Web applications, databases, and other applications
- Virtualization environments: VMware, Hyper-V, and other virtualization platforms
- Cloud environments: AWS, Azure, and other cloud platforms
■ Stay up to date about configuration changes, and automate the entire process of maintaining backups while staying compliant to the latest industry standards.
■ Take control of bandwidth management with extensive insights into bandwidth performance, support for all major flows, and interface or application-level stats for enhanced visibility. Leverage QoS, conversation details, and ASAM capabilities for your data analysis.
■ Observability capabilities of OpManager Plus Enterprise also extends to the security layer of your network—with features like firewall rule anomaly detection, rule impact analysis, and firewall change detection—and checks to ensure compliance of firewall infrastructure.
■ When it comes to application-level observability, OpManager Plus helps you monitor over 130 on-premises and cloud applications. Feature highlights include multi-page workflows, multi-geographic monitoring, and application slowdown analysis to ensure 24x7 website availability.
Intelligent probe management
OpManager Plus Enterprise uses intelligent probe management to automatically update and configure probes, reducing the need for manual intervention. This can save IT teams time and effort, and help to ensure that probes are always up-to-date and configured correctly.
Why choose OpManager Plus Enterprise as your observability platform?
■ With OpManager Plus Enterprise, monitor devices across your infrastructure span across multiple locations and applications without having to install a probe on every device.
■ Secondly, with full observability into a large distributed environment, you can bring out the most from your network's performance and efficiency, without bringing additional load on individual devices.
■ Third, it helps you achieve uninterrupted availability of applications and services by providing proactive alerts on potential anomalies and problems.
Easy to use and scalable
OpManager Plus Enterprise combines ease of use and scalability, making it a good fit for a wide range of enterprises. The solution also arrives with various pricing and device-based licensing options, giving IT teams the flexibility to choose the deployment option that best suits their needs.
If you are looking for a comprehensive infrastructure observability solution that can help you gain 360-degree visibility and command over your distributed IT environment, then OpManager Plus Enterprise is the right choice.
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