Opsview Monitor for IT Administrators
Opsview Monitor for Business Owners
What makes Opsview Monitor different?
Fix what matters most, first
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 fast and fix them first.
Integrate with anything
Out-of-the-box support for leading enterprise hardware, application stacks, service desks and notification software make on-boarding our platform easy. You’ll love that we’re 100% Nagios plugin compatible too.
Automate and scale anywhere
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.
Rapid time to value
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.
Where we fit into your stack
We deliver unified insight into your stack from your hardware and network infrastructure, through to your public and private cloud environments, virtual machines, operating systems, container orchestration layer right on up into your application code layer. Opsview Monitor provides the foundation upon which you can run log monitoring, application performance monitoring (APM) and business metrics systems.
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