DX Performance Management Pros and Cons
DX Performance Management Pros
The ability to very quickly and graphically navigate around, being able to zoom in to a timeframe, apply it to all the other panels... are all very intuitive.
I can get it to run a report showing, for instance, what root drives are in the critical range in terms of being full, like 90 percent full, and disseminate that information to the other areas of the organization.
The feature that is inherent to its core, of being able to graphically represent a trend and status, is nice.View full review »
The capability where not only the traditional SNMP information is captured but also the netflow data; who is consuming the data on the WAN, and voice-related information, is helpful. The voice quality makes it very easy for first- and second-line operators to see where the issue is, and who is impacted.View full review »
One feature I like about CA Performance Management is the certification of the devices.View full review »
DX Performance Management Cons
This may be available by now but for server space, when it comes to the disk file system, I'd like to see that graphically represented, or the trend, rather than what I'm seeing now.View full review »
It could be a little easier to integrate new metrics.View full review »
This solution is not very scalable.View full review »
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