Opsview Monitor 5.0 Released
October 14, 2015
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Opsview announced the availability of Opsview Monitor 5.0.

Opsview Monitor 5.0 delivers a new intuitive UI, dynamic dashboards and flexible reporting features, as well as new Knowledge Center, which all combine to empower IT teams to achieve more with their existing resources.

Version 5.0 product highlights include:

- Flexible and configurable dashboards help sysadmins see and present the right information

- Intuitive and fast navigation allows sysadmins to quickly gain insight and take action

- Executive-level views arm IT executives with valuable data to drive decisions

- Service-level reports inform business leaders of service uptime and ensure alignment with IT

Opsview Monitor 5.0 is ideal for existing Opsview users who want to take another step up in efficiency and service uptime, freeing more IT resources for critical IT projects that support the business. With 5.0, Opsview has improved the time to insight by 50 percent.

“Increasing IT complexity, along with the growing importance of IT services to the business, are making system administrators’ jobs more challenging than ever. Arming them with the information they need to succeed is crucial. The right IT management tool not only allows system administrators to meet service expectations, it frees them up to work on new IT projects that support the business. Opsview Monitor 5.0’s new user interface, dashboards and reporting capabilities are a significant step forward in helping system administrators do their jobs,” said Shamus McGillicuddy, Senior Analyst at Enterprise Management Associates.

Version 5.0 is also ideal for existing Nagios customers who need an intuitive, easy-to-use interface and flexible reporting to substantially improve system administrators’ productivity, again freeing up valuable time for other important projects. Since Opsview natively supports all existing Nagios plugins, the migration to Opsview is fast and straightforward.

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