EMA puts OpManager in catbird seat against a morass of expensive & complex tools from Big4!

EMA impact brief on OpManager

ManageEngine introduced huge enhancements to OpManager recently making it the industry’s most cost-efficiently scalable network management platform. This caught the attention of EMA, the leading industry analyst and consulting firm. Impressed by the enhancements, EMA’s vice president Dennis Drogseth published an impact brief analyzing the benefits and value of the enhancements to the IT teams of large enterprises and data centers.

The brief also includes an interview with a global manufacturing unit using OpManager Enterprise Edition for managing 80,000 interfaces. View the full impact brief.

Excerpts from the brief:
“ManageEngine introduced its next version of OpManager with unique enhancements targeted at improved scalability, data center visualization, application performance and CMDB integration, and an enhanced capability for visualizing events across domains. The announcements herald ManageEngine’s continued growth and expansion into larger enterprise environments…”

From the Interview:
Q: What benefits have you achieved from working with OpManager?
“The usability is definitely there. It’s very user friendly. And the functionality is also right in line with what we need, even given the demands of our large, complex enterprise environment, where we’re raising the bar and pushing the limits for scalability for OpManager Enterprise. And the cost is reasonable as well—making it very competitive from a cost/value perspective….”

The verdict – EMA perspective
“…The commitment to a reasonably priced, cross-domain solution with strong hooks into application performance, configuration and change management, and data center monitoring should place ManageEngine in the catbird’s seat when mid-tier and larger enterprises stumble over a morass of expensive, poorly integrated and complex tools.”

Click here to view the full impact brief.

You Can Learn More About the ManageEngine Product Line By Going to manageengine.optrics.com

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