- Alerting via SNMP traps
- WAN modeling
- Serial numbers, etc.
Before this product we used a simple product that just used ping to verify devices were up.
I've used it for 10 years.
Yes, in a large environment working with CA engineers we ended up doing it three times. They had a different vision of how it should be done.
In the beginning very much so, we are now at a point where it’s pretty stable.
It scales, but each time you up scale it, more or less, you need to rebuild it.
It's poor.Technical Support:
The previous product did not scale and it was very basic. If you need enterprise network and server monitoring & alerting there are very few options out there.
It's complex for an enterprise. For example, we have three database servers and one web server for our environment.
CA support sent a field engineer out for the initial installation, and then a different one to fix it because it kept crashing,
This product requires, in larger environments, one full time employee dedicated to it.