What makes Opsview Monitor different?
You'll find and fix what matters
Service-centric dashboards and reports give you real-time insight into the business impact of alerts. No more panicked fire-fighting or operational confusion. Get to the systems that matter most and fix them first.
Integrate with your current systems
Out-of-the-box support for leading enterprise hardware, application stacks, service desks and notification software makes on-boarding our platform easy.
Automate and scale
Advanced auto-discovery features combine with popular DevOps tools to automatically and consistently monitor new workloads as they’re deployed on bare metal, virtual machines or in the cloud.
Best in class customer support
Quick to install, easy to use and manage. Our award-winning Customer Success Team will ensure we meet your future monitoring requirements, no matter how complex.
Opsview Monitor can help your company to...
Security breaches, forced upgrades or unexpected downtime by SaaS monitoring vendors can be highly disruptive. Using Opsview Monitor means you control system security, upgrade cycles, connectivity and physical access.
Many enterprises can't ship their data to 3rd party environments like the cloud for company policy or regulatory reasons. With Opsview Monitor you keep full control of where you locate your data, how you store it and who you share it with.
Our flexible subscription plans cost much less than the perpetual licenses used by legacy software providers and make usage planning far easier than the pay-as-you-go models used by most SaaS monitoring vendors.
Learn how Opsview Monitor can give your company unified insight
Monitoring for the Global Academy
Loyola University and IMD School of Business used free monitoring solutions for many years, but found themselves continuously plagued by problems.
Supporting Successful M&A
There’s an important case to make for IT getting involved as early on as possible in the Merger & Acquisitions (M&A) process.
Keeping the Lights On
Digital transformation is everywhere. It heralds a new era of business agility and innovation-fuelled growth - catapulting the role of the CIO into a major boardroom player.