ManageEngine will be demonstrating the new OpManager Large Enterprise Edition at
Today's enterprise IT strategies are no longer driven from the top down, heavily influenced by large vendors such as HP, IBM, CA and
"For a lot of large enterprise IT departments, the DIY model of IT management tools and techniques works because it puts the IT team in charge," said
With the launch of the Large Enterprise Edition, OpManager gains an ultrafast discovery engine that discovers 15,000 interfaces or 5,000 devices in a minute. Large enterprises and service providers can start monitoring their IT with OpManager in just a couple of hours instead of days.
OpManager Large Enterprise Edition also introduces a new, high-performance UI powered by ember.js. The UI supports keyboard shortcuts to accelerate navigation across thousands of alarms and performance graphs as IT teams work to understand the issue and identify where the exact fault is. OpManager features IT workflow automation to automate L1/L2 troubleshooting activities and repeated IT tasks.
Along with the other OpManager editions, OpManager Large Enterprise Edition differentiates from legacy solutions by adopting the do-it-yourself model favored by IT admins running modern data centers. From acquiring and installing the product to running network discovery and adding performance monitors, OpManager provides a very simple approach that most admins can easily follow without any training and consultation.
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