IBM Tivoli NetCool Impact Overview

IBM Tivoli NetCool Impact is the #9 ranked solution in our list of top Event Monitoring tools. It is most often compared to IBM Tivoli NetCool OMNIbus: IBM Tivoli NetCool Impact vs IBM Tivoli NetCool OMNIbus

What is IBM Tivoli NetCool Impact?
IBM Tivoli Netcool Impact is an enterprise and network management software that automates the support of business-critical functions. The software helps to enrich events with business context, provides an integrated view of data from multiple sources in context and enables custom automations.

IBM Tivoli NetCool Impact is also known as Tivoli NetCool Impact.

IBM Tivoli NetCool Impact Buyer's Guide

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IBM Tivoli NetCool Impact Customers
Claranet, Consolidated Communications, Telus, €sterreichische Bundesbahnen (€BB), Telekom Srbija, Bendigo Community Telco, Capgemini, Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB)
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PrasadBabu
Senior Software Engineer at Visa Inc.
Real User
Top 20
Aug 12, 2020
Can connect to any database, able to write custom functions, and easy to use third party tools

What is our primary use case?

Mainly we're using Impact for event engagement. We're also trying to connect from the third party database like IDSM, and fetching the data. It's for event engagements. and for looking at results within the Impact as to the EF flow of data management.

Pros and Cons

  • "The solution is great at being able to fetch almost any kind of file."
  • "The solution is somewhat complicated. It's not exactly straightforward."

What other advice do I have?

We're just a customer. We don't have a business relationship with IBM. I'd recommend the solution. It can connect to any type of DB and we're able to fetch any number of things. That said, we have run into connectivity issues occasionally. As a developer, I'd rate it eight out of ten.