Micro Focus Operations Manager Competitors and Alternatives

The top Micro Focus Operations Manager competitors are
  • Operations Bridge
  • SCOM
  • BMC TrueSight Operations Management
  • IBM Tivoli NetCool OMNIbus
Read reviews of Micro Focus Operations Manager competitors and alternatives
reviewer802980
Vendor
Senior Software Engineer with 201-500 employees
Jan 17 2018

What do you think of BMC TrueSight Operations Management?

Primary Use Case: We utilize BMC TSOM to monitor our entire infrastructure and all applications that lie therein. Our infrastructure is hosted both in our datacenters and in cloud hosted services (AWS and Azure). • Improvements to My Organization: It has provided us with a single location to host all events to be viewed/monitored by our NOC. This has greatly helped them to streamline their processes. • Valuable Features: TSOM's ability to consolidate alerts into a single location and provide filtering of alerts is great. It is very helpful to be able to apply rule-based routing to alerts as well. • Room for Improvement: BMC's solutions for cloud monitoring (monitoring of AWS and Azure resources) are very poor in stability and customization.  BMC's online documentation...
GlobalIT305e
Real User
Global IT Operations - Quality & Process Manager at Schlumberger
Dec 24 2016

What is most valuable?

The ability to automate a lot of the repetitive tasks so that many human tasks are taken over by Bots. That is the most valuable feature in HPE Operations Bridge. In today's world,... more»

How has it helped my organization?

It decreases our time to fix problems and it takes less time to find the root cause. A lot of the process is done with the Artificial Intelligence (AI) that is built into the... more»

What needs improvement?

I would like to see more Artificial Intelligence (AI) functionality. Because of the large amount of tasks, it makes more sense if you have an AI plug-in. We still depend on people... more»

What other advice do I have?

When selecting a vendor, look at the roadmap. Look at how the product is going to evolve over time. Very often, we make the mistake of only looking at the current features and not... more»
Con Blackett
Consultant
Operations Expert at a tech consulting company with 51-200 employees
Jan 05 2017

What do you think of IBM Tivoli NetCool OMNIbus?

Back in 2004 after years of going from strength to strength with Netcool, the world of computer infrastructure started to change radically rather than by slow evolution. With the introduction of things like Virtualisation, B2B gateways (into other companies) etc we were seeing a massive increase in challenges like complexity, dynamic constant change in the infrastructure and lack of viability into the infrastructures of our partners, who provided key elements of our customers applications. The result of all these revolutionary changes in our infrastructure was that Netcool itself started becoming less effective, and hence we started to see a swing back to reactive management at the expense of proactive. I believe we need to see far more radical innovation in this area.

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