CA Unified Infrastructure Management Valuable Features

Monitorie23a
Monitoring Engineer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The convenience of both the web portal as well as the thick client. We are able to go in and actually leverage the thick client for a nice, easy drag and drop solution. It works out really nicely, especially for our front-end team. The team that I am on is actually quite small, so we need to leverage our front-end team to assist with making changes, and actually running the software. Having the GUI, that simple user interface, really helps us to offload that work to that front-end team to help free up our time. View full review »
Mustapha Kaaniche
Manager at Neuroses IT
Scalability and flexibility. The product can grow with your infrastructure so you don't have to install other products. Just add components. It's very simple. The second major feature is the user-friendly interface. It's the best feature for our customers, because we are the implementers of the software. It's easy for us to install and configure the product, but our customers want a simple interface with only the options they need to run and monitor their environment. Recently, important features introduced were the Discovery capability, Auto-Deploy profile manager, and alarms. Another feature is reporting. We discovered new ways to generate new reports. View full review »
InfrSpc9365
Enterprise Systems Mgmt Admn at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The monitoring of the applications to let our business know when things are performing and that they're up and available. View full review »
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James Sabassi
Engineer II, Network Operations Center at BCD Travel
* The ease of deployment * The ease in configuration, like alarm notifications * Administration is easy, so the learning curve is not huge. It's something you could get comfortable with in a couple of months. View full review »
SeniorSy313c
Senior Systems Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
From what I've seen so far, and what we're using, it's * the data it collects and * the reporting capabilities. For me, it keeps the service level managers off my back. It gives the service level managers, because they work directly with the application owners and the business owners, the ability to provide the metrics and the service level of the applications to the business owners. It's a win for both of us. View full review »
ITManage39ae
IT Manager at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Obviously, the base monitoring and how we can essentially set up alerts to go to the board through Spectrum. However, that is pretty much our main use case for it. The alerts and thresholds that we set up within the tool, that's important for the business. If it were to meet that threshold, it goes to the board, which in turn, we can notify the application's owners swiftly to minimize the impact of a SEP-1. So, it is critical. View full review »
Chris Duryea
Senior Analyst
It's the probes. They have probes for all different types of technology. Whether it's WebSphere, JBoss, or you want to do JVM monitoring, you want to monitor just CPU usage, even Docker, they have probes for that. If you have a technology out there, there's a probe. And if there's not a probe somebody's creating a probe already. The probe library it pretty extensive. View full review »
Brian-Moore
Tool Admin at BCD Travel
* The ease of administering * The probes * The reporting on the interface. It has all been pretty easy. View full review »
Charles Foy
Manager at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
The vast array of robots that are available. View full review »
Engineer6590
Engineer at a logistics company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* The integration with Spectrum * The ability to create an integrated console based upon the services which we are offering. We have had previous experience with CA products, so it is another progression in our use and deployment of the CA suite. View full review »
SeniorDibc87
Senior Director at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is the foundation for our monitoring solution. We are coming from a very old NSM solution, and some of the features will allow us to do more monitoring to meet our needs for the next five to 10 years. View full review »
Abe Shaker
Monitoring And Reporting Engineer at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
I definitely appreciate the flexibility and ease of use. We've been using UIM for almost three years now. It's pretty much point and click, very easy to use. And we've had no problems scaling it to our own environment. View full review »
Enterprid88c
Enterprise Monitoring Design Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
* Basic infrastructure * Moving into cloud monitoring in UIM * Resilient * Pretty stable Also, I think it's the architecture, the way the hubs are designed, the way that it scales, that it can be grown. That's valuable, in a large enterprise. View full review »
Luis Miguel Goez Mora
Senior Manager Information Technology Infrastructure at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Cloud monitoring * Easily skinnable * SAP monitoring * Reporting Tools * Probe packages and probe deployment View full review »
WebAdminb9e4
Web Administrator at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
It notifies us quickly and easily on the 3D view. We can see when the monitoring lights show up over the racks. It is nice to be able to just see that at a blink of an eye if an alarm is going off, then we can just dial in from there. View full review »
Charles Foy
Manager at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
The number of probes available. Out of the box, I believe about 200 probes are available. And, if there's a probe that is not available, you can write one. You can also go to the communities and suggest, and based on demand, CA will write one for you. View full review »
Hui Wang
Technical Service Owner for Monitoring at BCBS of NC
The CA tools allow to me to get into detailed transactions for custom ranking, and be able to make predictions. It also gathers data. Some other tools may be good at one area, but not good overall, including the mainframe. View full review »
Distingu210f
Distinguished Engineer with 10,001+ employees
You can integrate clouds, hybrid infrastructure, and on-premise infrastructure into one product. You have also a big range of application probes, which is needed on our side. View full review »
Operatio6118
Operations Coordinator at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It is easy to implement. View full review »
it_user558153
Head Of IT Production Services at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable features are, I would say, the flexibility and the performance. It's easier to use and to configure. View full review »
IsTeamLeadab
IS Team Lead at a insurance company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Easy admin functionality. You can quickly do all the admin functionality without reducing the cycles. View full review »
Bhandari Vivek
Full Stack Monitoring Consultant at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
* Ease of usage for administrators. * Flexibility with monitoring and statistics collection. * Latest version of tool comes integrated with Jaspersoft reporting solution, giving excellent reports. * Dashboards are pretty good. View full review »
Avijit Chakraborty
Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It is easy to implement but requires good planning. If you don't plan the number of probes it can lead to an event flood. It is also reliable when it comes to monitoring. View full review »
SAULMARTINEZ
‎Digital Design Manager with 1-10 employees
* You can manage different companies and groups. * Deep application monitoring tool * ServiceDesk integration View full review »
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