New Opsview Release Brings Enterprise Grade Monitoring to SMEs
February 06, 2014
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Opsview announced Opsview Enterprise Iron, an addition to the Opsview Enterprise subscription portfolio, which brings scalable monitoring to small and medium sized enterprises.

To meet the challenge of monitoring complex, fast growing IT estates, Opsview Enterprise Iron boasts real-time monitoring dashboards, SNMP trap collection capabilities, slave server clustering and historic reporting out-of-the-box.

Opsview’s fast Auto-discovery, Service Desk Connector and Opspacks also come as standard, giving an organization comprehensive monitoring coverage and getting them up and running in minutes.

According to Michael Walton, CEO of Opsview: "This new product release gives fast growing enterprises more choice, more features and a very low entry level price. Business owners who need to monitor up to 200 devices can gain a more advanced and unified view of their IT infrastructure from within an Opsview Enterprise dashboard, all professionally supported by Opsview.”

Sam Marsh, Opsview Product Manager,adds: "As IT infrastructures become more complex and diverse, even smaller organizations can see huge benefit in having a resilient, highly-scalable IT monitoring system. Opsview Iron aims to give SMEs the benefits of enterprise level monitoring with a simple expansion path as their business grows”.

Opsview Enterprise Iron subscribers will be able to monitor up to 200 devices with full access to enterprise-class functionality including:

- Dashboards

- Auto-discovery

- SNMP trap collection

- Slave server clustering

- Full scalability (including distributed monitoring and database server)

- Opspacks

- Reports

- Service desk integration

Additional functionality is provide through optional modules including Network Analyzer and SMS messaging, as well as Test and Sandbox systems.

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