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Scalability

One of the most important factors influencing a decision on a network monitoring solution is the ability of the tool to keep up with your expanding networks. The fully supported architecture of Opsview Monitor allows it to scale in excess of 20,000 hosts, so if you're planning for the future, we've got you covered. 

Easy Visualization

Visualize your entire environment in a single pane of glass. Each slave system effectively monitors a section of your IT environment, bringing the information together in a master view.

Easy Visualization
Guaranteed Flexibility

Guaranteed Flexibility

Opsview Monitor's distributed architecture makes it an adaptable and extremely flexible way to ensure that your monitoring system keeps up with your growing infrastructure. 

Consistent Monitoring

Rather than running separate monitoring instances, Opsview delivers consistent monitoring across numerous locations, servers and continents. 

Consistent Monitoring

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