2018-06-19T08:17:00Z

What is your primary use case for Centreon?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

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Top 20Real User

We use it for monitoring. We have more than 20 clients and we use Centreon to monitor our clients' infrastructures. We are a service center for infrastructure monitoring.

2019-09-23T06:33:00Z
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Top 20Consultant

Our primary use case is for our customers and us (S&L). S&L is service provider for our customers. We use Centreon for our own monitoring, but mainly, it is used for our customers. We support our customers to build up monitoring with Centreon, monitor their infrastructure, obtain a view of their environment, and know about problems before they really matter. Because if you have some architecture, then you can react. If you don't react, you will have real problems in the future. To prevent this, you can use Centreon, as one of many examples.

2019-06-16T07:23:00Z
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Real User

We use Centreon for monitoring resources to prevent priority-one and priority-two tickets. It is our primary monitoring tool. All our devices are being monitored using Centreon.

2018-11-15T10:12:00Z
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Top 20Real User

We have our own private data centers that are set around the world. They post our solutions to our customers. We have a NOC that monitors the applications and services of each server. The primary use is of the solution is to trigger incidents and to resolve issues before the customer notices.

2018-11-12T09:12:00Z
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Top 10Real User

We use it for infrastructure monitoring.

2018-10-28T09:33:00Z
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Real User

We deploy Centreon for our customers' infrastructures. They use Centreon to create alarms to be able to anticipate problems. It works for big companies and institutes. As a Centreon partner, we have different types of customers.

2018-09-09T05:40:00Z
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User

Within our technological infrastructure and Communications Management service, it is vital to use this tool to determine the status of each managed element in a simple way.

2018-07-09T15:45:00Z
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Real User

Our primary purpose for Centreon is monitoring. We use it to view the status of all our pollers, manage them, and configure them. We manage around 30 Centreon pollers. Our team is operating multiple security services (digital signatures, 2FA, secure storage, etc.). We are taking care of everything (hardware, network, hypervisors, VMs, OS, applications, security patches, backup, etc.). Centreon is used to monitor the health of each component and alert us in case of failure. It gives us an overview of our infrastructure health and provides real-time feedback when doing changes.

2018-06-28T06:31:00Z
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Real User

Monitoring our telecommunications network.

2018-06-27T12:45:00Z
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Real User

We monitor all our technical infrastructure and tickets in the ITSM tool. We have all our tickets inside Centreon in real-time and can monitor a lot of ELP and CLN in real-time for application purposes.

2018-06-24T08:17:00Z
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Real User

The primary use case is for a central monitoring system for all our IT equipment. We can predict problems and react before we have an issue on our infrastructure. We managed to merge all our technical monitoring into a single console, therefore building good availability reporting all around.

2018-06-24T08:17:00Z
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Real User

We have a lot of customers, we manage their LANs, firewalls, and other devices - mainly network devices - and we also monitor them. If we get an alarm we can see right away what is going on and log in to those devices to check what is going on.

2018-06-20T08:23:00Z
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Top 5Real User

We use Centreon to centrally monitor our entire global IT infrastructure and to alert us about impending issues.

2018-06-19T08:17:00Z
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