Organizations and companies usually expand by merging or acquiring businesses. The biggest challenges would be to merge the corporate cultures and, of course, the two computer networks. When this happens, the network gets distributed over local networks, branch offices, customer networks (in case of MSP), data centers and in the cloud. Robust networks can be costly to manage and difficult to troubleshoot. Steady monitoring of distributed networks regarding their availability and bandwidth utilization is a necessity when it comes to an organization.
OpManager implements a sturdy Probe–Central architecture which makes it possible to scale as and when an enterprise grows and expands, without compromising on the reliability. The probes are set up at the remote network monitoring sites and the central server is designed to provide the required network visibility across locations, report network health and performance stats over multiple remote probes.
The central server dashboard provides overall network health & performance data across the probes helps to visualize performance hiccups across the complete IT infrastructure and also for a specific remote site.
You can now view the snapshot page of a device that belongs to a probe from the central server web client itself. Monitor critical performance metrics like availability, CPU, disk space, and memory utilization of specific probes.
The Probe deployed at each site performs all the network–scaling tasks such as discovery, mapping, and fault monitoring and communicates with the central server located at the Operating Center/ NOC/ Datacenter.