Network monitoring and IT infrastructure monitoring

ManageEngine OpManager is software for network, server and virtualization monitoring . IT administrators can use it to monitor the availability and performance of their network efficiently and cost-effectively - thanks to extensive functions such as flow-based bandwidth analysis, log analyzes for firewalls, configuration, IP address and switch port management.

Automated workflows , intelligent alarms (by email, SMS, trap, syslog, etc.), configurable rules and over 100 preconfigured, expandable templates and reports enable IT to set up a 24/7 monitoring system within a few hours. With OpManager, all important network parameters such as availability, speed and utilization can be continuously monitored . In this way, IT teams can often correct malfunctions before the end users even notice the impairment.

OpManager offers comprehensive fault and performance management for servers, virtual servers, services, Microsoft applications and databases, wireless area networks (WAN), VoIP services, network devices, etc. - all via a single web console. The solution is easy to install and intuitive to use . It is therefore a cost-effective alternative to expensive, large and complex network management systems that are currently available on the market.

OpManager is suitable for small, medium-sized and large companies as well as for IT service providers (managed service providers).

What You Can Expect

OpManager is Capable of

Some Perks

Advantages of ADAudit Plus

Some Feature

A Glance of OpManger

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Real-time network monitoring

With over 2000 built-innetwork performance monitors,monitor health and critical metrics such as packet loss, latency, speed, errors and discards, and analyze performance bottlenecks.

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Customizable dashboards

Assess default dashboards or create your own dashboards by making use of over 200 performance widgets available and view performance of your network at-a-glance.

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Physical and virtual server monitoring

Monitor CPU, memory, and disk utilization of Windows and Linux servers. Also monitor the performance of Hosts and VMs of VMware, Hyper-V, Xen and Nutanix server virtualization platforms.

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WAN Link monitoring

Monitor key metrics such as latency, jitter, RTT, and packet loss to eliminate network issues. View hop-by-hop performance to find what's causing latency and fix it quickly.

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Multi-level thresholds

Proactively monitor network performance with multi-level thresholds. For every critical performance monitor, set multiple thresholds and get instant alerts for violation.

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Affordable and easy to set up

ManageEngine OpManager requires no costly consultation or training for installation and user education. It's the only network monitor tool to offer a transparent device-based pricing model.

Editions

Available in Three Editions

FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

How does OpManager monitor the devices?

OpManager is an agent-less monitoring and management tool that uses a wide variety of protocols and technologies: ICMP, SNMP, WMI, CLI (Telnet/ SSH), TFTP, SCP. OpManager also includes a Syslog demon, SNMP Trap listener and Flow collectors for NetFlow, sFlow etc. All these and more bring together many network performance monitoring and management capabilities within OpManager.

How many devices can I monitor with OpManager?

The OpManager polling engine can monitor up to 10,000 Interfaces. However, this depends on the system hardware, polling frequency and type of devices. The OpManager Enterprise Edition can monitor up to 50,000 interfaces. To know the exact number of interfaces monitored by your OpManager installation, refer to the “edition” page on the product page.

What are the different types of Personality Identifiable Information in OpManager?

  • Email ID
  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Mac Address
  • IP Address

What are the supported datatypes for Performance monitors in OpManager?

The following data types are supported for Performance monitors in OpManager:

  • Integer
  • Decimal
  • String

Why is intermediate/root certificate required when I import the certificate?

The intermediate and root certificates are needed to validate the server certificate provided. The server Certificate along with the intermediate and root certificates forms a complete chain, termed as ‘Chain of trust’, which establishes the authenticity of the certificate. 

How do I install OPManager Plus

Being the Swiss Partner of ManageEngine, Kidan is responsible for aiding with professional services, such as installing, implementing, configuring, training, and supporting the company to ensure an effective on-boarding of OP Manager Plus.

To make it even better, Kidan even provides advice on top of it all!

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Features OpManager

Clear Network Monitoring

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Router monitoring

Measure and configure utilization, port occupancy and Round Trip Time (RTT)

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VoiP quality & WAN RTT monitoring

Monitor the availability and latency of remote locations as well as VoIP quality

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Switch monitoring

Monitor utilization, alarms and reports

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Network monitoring tools

Switch port mapper, ping tool, traceroute tool, MiB browser and other tools

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Printer monitoring

Monitor status and utilization, query conditions such as “toner almost empty”, “paper cassette empty”

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Firewall monitoring

Collect, analyze and archive firewall logs

Cross-Platform Server Monitoring

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Windows server monitoring

Monitor typical performance metrics, availability of services and services

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Microsoft SQL Server Monitoring

Detail display for database, memory, cache and log data

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Windows, Linux and Unix server monitoring

CPU, RAM, HDD, partitions and network traffic for Unix, Linux, Solaris, AIX and HP-UX

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VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V and Citrix Xen monitoring

Long-term performance as well as peaks of the hosts and VMs, top utilization for CPU, memory and network

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Active Directory Monitoring

General AD utilization, monitoring of individual services such as Kerberos and role query

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File and folder monitoring

Monitoring of files and directories as well as their parameters (e.g. existence, content, changes, size, age)

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Exchange server monitoring

Monitor availability and performance: queues, IIS, active connections

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Windows EventLog Monitoring

Collect and evaluate failed login attempts, access to files and other logs

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Monitor processes & services

Notifications of availability or disappearance of processes and OS services

Network Traffic Analysis

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Bandwidth Monitoring

Monitor bandwidth usage in real time and keep an eye on users with high bandwidth requirements

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Extended security analyzes (ASAM)

Identify and classify threats and attacks in real time with the Advanced Security Analytics Module (ASAM)

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Router traffic monitoring

Continuous, flow-based monitoring of network devices such as routers or switches

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Cisco IPSLA monitoring

Monitoring of critical performance indicators such as jitter, latency times, packet loss and RTT for reliable VoiP services and WAN availability

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Cisco AVC monitoring

Comprehensive overview of the bandwidth requirements per application, possibility to prioritize business-critical applications

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Cisco NBAR reporting

Detection and classification of applications that use dynamic ports with NBAR (Network Based Application Recognition)

Network Configuration Management

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Configuration backups

Automatic creation of configuration backups including versioning and storage in an encrypted format

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Compliance monitoring

Automatic monitoring of whether specified standards / guidelines are being adhered to and the creation of compliance reports

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Comparison of configurations

Compare different configuration versions of a device or different devices directly and identify changes at a glance

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Firmware upgrades / OS image transfer

Automate software updates, operating system images or the configuration of banner messages for network devices

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Change management

Real-time tracking of configuration changes using the syslog messages from the devices

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Monitor configuration changes

Log changes to device configurations for audit purposes

Switch Port & IP Address Management

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IP address management

Scan of networks or subnets to identify free IP addresses

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Switch port management

Detection of all switches in the network and identification of all devices connected to a switch port

Fault & Performance Management

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SNMP trap and syslog monitoring

Individual monitoring through MiB import or filtering of syslogs

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Alarms

Notification, for example, by e-mail, SMS, trap or syslog when a limit value is exceeded - many alarm messages are predefined according to best practices

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Script execution and workflow management

Automatic execution of scripts, creation of workflows

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Out-of-the-box real-time graphics

Real-time display of key performance indicators - including a query every second for critical situations

Data Center Management

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3D view of the data center

Three-dimensional model of the data center including all racks

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Business Views

Creation of graphical representations of the network for an optimal overview of performance information

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Layer 2 network overview

Automated creation of network plans to visualize the network infrastructure

Easy Installation

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Discovery Rule Engine

Automatic assignment of performance monitoring views, notification profiles, etc. during the first network scan

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Monitoring templates

Preconfigured ``device templates`` with predefined monitoring parameters and intervals for numerous device types

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Bulk configuration tool

``Bulk Configuration Tool`` enables changes to be made to several devices at the same time (e.g. application of templates, profiles or login data)

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Automatic network detection

“Discovery Wizard” for quick discovery of network devices and services

Expand, Adapt & Integrate IT Management Software

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Integrations

OpManager can be expanded with other ManageEngine products if required

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Plug-ins

A plug-in for applications monitoring supports special network management tasks

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REST APIs

With the help of the REST interfaces, help desk and IT management solutions from third-party providers can be integrated into OpManager

FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

How does OpManager monitor the devices?

OpManager is an agent-less monitoring and management tool that uses a wide variety of protocols and technologies: ICMP, SNMP, WMI, CLI (Telnet/ SSH), TFTP, SCP. OpManager also includes a Syslog demon, SNMP Trap listener and Flow collectors for NetFlow, sFlow etc. All these and more bring together many network performance monitoring and management capabilities within OpManager.

How many devices can I monitor with OpManager?

The OpManager polling engine can monitor up to 10,000 Interfaces. However, this depends on the system hardware, polling frequency and type of devices. The OpManager Enterprise Edition can monitor up to 50,000 interfaces. To know the exact number of interfaces monitored by your OpManager installation, refer to the “edition” page on the product page.

What are the different types of Personality Identifiable Information in OpManager?

  • Email ID
  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Mac Address
  • IP Address

What are the supported datatypes for Performance monitors in OpManager?

The following data types are supported for Performance monitors in OpManager:

  • Integer
  • Decimal
  • String

Why is intermediate/root certificate required when I import the certificate?

The intermediate and root certificates are needed to validate the server certificate provided. The server Certificate along with the intermediate and root certificates forms a complete chain, termed as ‘Chain of trust’, which establishes the authenticity of the certificate. 

How do I install OPManager Plus

Being the Swiss Partner of ManageEngine, Kidan is responsible for aiding with professional services, such as installing, implementing, configuring, training, and supporting the company to ensure an effective on-boarding of OP Manager Plus.

To make it even better, Kidan even provides advice on top of it all!

Get in touch with us to know more.

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Available Editions of OpManager

FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

How does OpManager monitor the devices?

OpManager is an agent-less monitoring and management tool that uses a wide variety of protocols and technologies: ICMP, SNMP, WMI, CLI (Telnet/ SSH), TFTP, SCP. OpManager also includes a Syslog demon, SNMP Trap listener and Flow collectors for NetFlow, sFlow etc. All these and more bring together many network performance monitoring and management capabilities within OpManager.

How many devices can I monitor with OpManager?

The OpManager polling engine can monitor up to 10,000 Interfaces. However, this depends on the system hardware, polling frequency and type of devices. The OpManager Enterprise Edition can monitor up to 50,000 interfaces. To know the exact number of interfaces monitored by your OpManager installation, refer to the “edition” page on the product page.

What are the different types of Personality Identifiable Information in OpManager?

  • Email ID
  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Mac Address
  • IP Address

What are the supported datatypes for Performance monitors in OpManager?

The following data types are supported for Performance monitors in OpManager:

  • Integer
  • Decimal
  • String

Why is intermediate/root certificate required when I import the certificate?

The intermediate and root certificates are needed to validate the server certificate provided. The server Certificate along with the intermediate and root certificates forms a complete chain, termed as ‘Chain of trust’, which establishes the authenticity of the certificate. 

How do I install OPManager Plus

Being the Swiss Partner of ManageEngine, Kidan is responsible for aiding with professional services, such as installing, implementing, configuring, training, and supporting the company to ensure an effective on-boarding of OP Manager Plus.

To make it even better, Kidan even provides advice on top of it all!

Get in touch with us to know more.

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OpManager Standard Edition

OpManager Professional Edition

OpManager Enterprise Edition

OpManager Add-ons (no download required)

Access Point Monitoring Add-On (Wireless controller based)

URL Monitoring Add-On

OpManager Additional User Pack

NFA Add-On for OpManager

NCM Add-On for OpManager

Firewall Add-On for OpManager

IPAM & SPM Add-On for OpManager

Storage Monitoring Add-on for OpManager

APM Plugin

FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

How does OpManager monitor the devices?

OpManager is an agent-less monitoring and management tool that uses a wide variety of protocols and technologies: ICMP, SNMP, WMI, CLI (Telnet/ SSH), TFTP, SCP. OpManager also includes a Syslog demon, SNMP Trap listener and Flow collectors for NetFlow, sFlow etc. All these and more bring together many network performance monitoring and management capabilities within OpManager.

How many devices can I monitor with OpManager?

The OpManager polling engine can monitor up to 10,000 Interfaces. However, this depends on the system hardware, polling frequency and type of devices. The OpManager Enterprise Edition can monitor up to 50,000 interfaces. To know the exact number of interfaces monitored by your OpManager installation, refer to the “edition” page on the product page.

What are the different types of Personality Identifiable Information in OpManager?

  • Email ID
  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Mac Address
  • IP Address

What are the supported datatypes for Performance monitors in OpManager?

The following data types are supported for Performance monitors in OpManager:

  • Integer
  • Decimal
  • String

Why is intermediate/root certificate required when I import the certificate?

The intermediate and root certificates are needed to validate the server certificate provided. The server Certificate along with the intermediate and root certificates forms a complete chain, termed as ‘Chain of trust’, which establishes the authenticity of the certificate. 

How do I install OPManager Plus

Being the Swiss Partner of ManageEngine, Kidan is responsible for aiding with professional services, such as installing, implementing, configuring, training, and supporting the company to ensure an effective on-boarding of OP Manager Plus.

To make it even better, Kidan even provides advice on top of it all!

Get in touch with us to know more.

Want to continue the
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FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

How does OpManager monitor the devices?

OpManager is an agent-less monitoring and management tool that uses a wide variety of protocols and technologies: ICMP, SNMP, WMI, CLI (Telnet/ SSH), TFTP, SCP. OpManager also includes a Syslog demon, SNMP Trap listener and Flow collectors for NetFlow, sFlow etc. All these and more bring together many network performance monitoring and management capabilities within OpManager.

How many devices can I monitor with OpManager?

The OpManager polling engine can monitor up to 10,000 Interfaces. However, this depends on the system hardware, polling frequency and type of devices. The OpManager Enterprise Edition can monitor up to 50,000 interfaces. To know the exact number of interfaces monitored by your OpManager installation, refer to the “edition” page on the product page.

What are the different types of Personality Identifiable Information in OpManager?

  • Email ID
  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Mac Address
  • IP Address

What are the supported datatypes for Performance monitors in OpManager?

The following data types are supported for Performance monitors in OpManager:

  • Integer
  • Decimal
  • String

Why is intermediate/root certificate required when I import the certificate?

The intermediate and root certificates are needed to validate the server certificate provided. The server Certificate along with the intermediate and root certificates forms a complete chain, termed as ‘Chain of trust’, which establishes the authenticity of the certificate. 

How do I install OPManager Plus

Being the Swiss Partner of ManageEngine, Kidan is responsible for aiding with professional services, such as installing, implementing, configuring, training, and supporting the company to ensure an effective on-boarding of OP Manager Plus.

To make it even better, Kidan even provides advice on top of it all!

Get in touch with us to know more.

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OpManager Help Document

FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

How does OpManager monitor the devices?

OpManager is an agent-less monitoring and management tool that uses a wide variety of protocols and technologies: ICMP, SNMP, WMI, CLI (Telnet/ SSH), TFTP, SCP. OpManager also includes a Syslog demon, SNMP Trap listener and Flow collectors for NetFlow, sFlow etc. All these and more bring together many network performance monitoring and management capabilities within OpManager.

How many devices can I monitor with OpManager?

The OpManager polling engine can monitor up to 10,000 Interfaces. However, this depends on the system hardware, polling frequency and type of devices. The OpManager Enterprise Edition can monitor up to 50,000 interfaces. To know the exact number of interfaces monitored by your OpManager installation, refer to the “edition” page on the product page.

What are the different types of Personality Identifiable Information in OpManager?

  • Email ID
  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Mac Address
  • IP Address

What are the supported datatypes for Performance monitors in OpManager?

The following data types are supported for Performance monitors in OpManager:

  • Integer
  • Decimal
  • String

Why is intermediate/root certificate required when I import the certificate?

The intermediate and root certificates are needed to validate the server certificate provided. The server Certificate along with the intermediate and root certificates forms a complete chain, termed as ‘Chain of trust’, which establishes the authenticity of the certificate. 

How do I install OPManager Plus

Being the Swiss Partner of ManageEngine, Kidan is responsible for aiding with professional services, such as installing, implementing, configuring, training, and supporting the company to ensure an effective on-boarding of OP Manager Plus.

To make it even better, Kidan even provides advice on top of it all!

Get in touch with us to know more.

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FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

How does OpManager monitor the devices?

OpManager is an agent-less monitoring and management tool that uses a wide variety of protocols and technologies: ICMP, SNMP, WMI, CLI (Telnet/ SSH), TFTP, SCP. OpManager also includes a Syslog demon, SNMP Trap listener and Flow collectors for NetFlow, sFlow etc. All these and more bring together many network performance monitoring and management capabilities within OpManager.

How many devices can I monitor with OpManager?

The OpManager polling engine can monitor up to 10,000 Interfaces. However, this depends on the system hardware, polling frequency and type of devices. The OpManager Enterprise Edition can monitor up to 50,000 interfaces. To know the exact number of interfaces monitored by your OpManager installation, refer to the “edition” page on the product page.

What are the different types of Personality Identifiable Information in OpManager?

  • Email ID
  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Mac Address
  • IP Address

What are the supported datatypes for Performance monitors in OpManager?

The following data types are supported for Performance monitors in OpManager:

  • Integer
  • Decimal
  • String

Why is intermediate/root certificate required when I import the certificate?

The intermediate and root certificates are needed to validate the server certificate provided. The server Certificate along with the intermediate and root certificates forms a complete chain, termed as ‘Chain of trust’, which establishes the authenticity of the certificate. 

How do I install OPManager Plus

Being the Swiss Partner of ManageEngine, Kidan is responsible for aiding with professional services, such as installing, implementing, configuring, training, and supporting the company to ensure an effective on-boarding of OP Manager Plus.

To make it even better, Kidan even provides advice on top of it all!

Get in touch with us to know more.

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