What is your primary use case for ManageEngine OpManager?
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We primarily use the solution to monitor our servers.
We primarily use the solution for monitoring connectivity and server resource utilization among other things.
We use this solution for monitoring our local network and servers. We have on on-premises deployment.
Our primary use case of this solution is for monitoring the hardware resources for the servers.
This solution is being used by Saudi Customs, and there are different classifications of ports. We have land ports, airports, and dry ports. In total, we have almost forty-two remote sites with a semi-centralized data center. We have both on-premises and cloud-based deployments in a distributed system.
We primarily use the solution for analysis and network cables.
We use the product as a network monitoring system. We have ten people who are using the system from the admin and end-user level. The platform is used daily and we are looking at extending it to other areas of the business to do different types of monitoring. We have dashboards that we put up that we leverage off and we want to get more systems incorporated.
We are using it for network monitoring. We monitor customer networks with it and the performance is extremely good. The distributed network has a lot of features that our customers really appreciate.
For enterprise clients: * Platform monitoring * Network device monitoring * Fault monitoring * Alerting * Device configuration backups.
I am an IT manager at a manufacturing company.
I am currently evaluating network monitoring tools. What is the biggest difference between ManageEngine OpManger and SolarWinds NPM in terms of performance management and monitoring?
Thanks! I appreciate the help.
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