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Opsview Monitor
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Download Opsview Monitor

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Register Opsview Monitor for FREE

It takes just a minute to register and activate Opsview Monitor using .

Or, if you're ready for an SMB subscription, you can buy online to receive priority support and monitoring for up to 300 hosts.

After you have activated Opsview Monitor in the web UI, you can login with username: admin and password: initial.

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Get Opsview Monitor Mobile

Setup push notifications and start triaging issues wherever you are using our mobile app for iOS or Android.
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Extend with Opspacks

Opspacks let you monitor workloads on AWS, Microsoft Azure, Docker, OpenStack, Elasticsearch and MongoDB without the need for time consuming configuration or development. Many opspacks come pre-installed in Opsview Monitor but we're adding more all the time. Visit our Marketplace for the latest releases
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Install the Opsview Agent

Most hosts require an agent to be installed to connect with Opsview Monitor. All agents listed here are fully compatible with the latest release of Opsview Monitor.
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Scale out with Opsview Slaves

Extend Opsview Monitor's reach to other datacenters in other geographies using our collectors. If you have VMware or Hyper-V, just download, install and activate. The files are big, so you may want to get yourself a hot drink while it downloads. Detailed instructions can be found in our Knowledge Center
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Automate with Puppet, Chef or Ansible

Any newly added host will automatically be monitored by Opsview Monitor. Download our Puppet module, Chef Recipe and Ansible module.

 

 

FAQs

There are three different ways to download Opsview Monitor - which method suits you best will depend upon your environment:

  1. Pre-Built Virtual Machine and AMI Image
  2. Automated Installation
  3. Package Repositories
Visit our Knowledge Center for additional help in how to choose the download method that’s right for you.
To trial Opsview Monitor download the software and activate your Free Plan. You can monitor up to 25 hosts free forever with 60-day trial access after activation to our premium features such as reporting and network analyzer. When you're ready to upgrade, visit our store to purchase an SMB Plan or contact sales team to discuss your Enterprise Plan options.
To use Opsview Monitor, you will need to purchase an Opsview Monitor subscription plan. A subscription plan consists of one of more licenses which enable features in Opsview Monitor for a specific amount of time.

To activate Opsview Monitor and add a subscription plan, you will need a Software Key. You will receive your Software Key by email when you purchase your Opsview Monitor subscription or take out a Free Plan.

For more details in our Subscription Plans visit our pricing page.
For detailed instructions on how to install your software license visit our Knowledge Center.
The truth is you don’t need to install Opsview Monitor Mobile on your cell phone, but we highly recommend it. Many of our customers and Free Plan users find the Opsview Monitor Mobile the fastest way to triage alerts as they appear.

Visit our Knowledge Center for instructions on how to setup push notifications for the Opsview Monitor Mobile.
We offer web-based training courses for all our customers and on-site training for Enterprise and MSP customers. Remote and on-site professional services are available to all our customers. More details can be found here or you can contact us.
Once you’ve install Opsview Monitor and activated your installation, check on the ‘Extend, Scale & Automate’ tab for suggestions on how to take Opsview Monitor to the next level.

Why will I need to use the Opsview Agent?

Opsview Monitor supports the use of monitoring agents to gather data from remote devices. The most common types of monitoring agents used with Opsview Monitor are SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) and NRPE (Nagios Remote Plugin Executor).
Get more details on Opsview Agents
Within large organizations where there are large numbers of devices to monitor, or in a distributed datacenter that can span continents, countries or cities, a single Opsview Monitor server can get bogged down trying to process all the necessary device checks. As a result, it may fall behind leading to delayed checks and notifications.

Also, networks that make use of secured zones or firewall rules to segregate devices and services should not have that security compromised by having to open significant numbers of ports to enable monitoring. Adding Opsview Monitor Collectors to the monitoring hierarchy can help to spread the load and reduce latency, as well as reduce network administration issues by ensuring that all devices can be adequately monitored. Get more details on Opsview Collectors
Nothing. Opsview Monitor Collector is the new name for Opsview Monitor Slave.
Opsview’s Puppet, Ansible and Chef modules allow you to create and modify Opsview objects using Opsview’s REST API. They’re an advanced capability. More information on the Opsview REST API.
Think of an Opspack as a plugin or integration. Opspacks are written by Opsview engineers and also Community members enabling you to monitor any and all technologies; whether existing or emerging. We support over 3500 plugins, Service Checks and much more. This makes it easy to monitor everything from Docker and VMware to Apache, Amazon Web Services, Hyper-V and many more technologies. Take a look at our whole list on the Opspack Marketplace.

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