We switched to NexVortex, the "Partner" that recommended we use NexVortex was awful. He didn't know what he was doing during the install, numbers we all mixed up. He added so many additional boxes to forward numbers to where they should be, that our little computer closet looks ridiculous. We asked and asked for hold music, never got it. Any changes were slow to come. We had a feature of converting voicemails to emails, that disappeared and no one could figure out why. After a year of frustrations we wanted to move on. All NexVortex said was that we would have to pay out the rest of the contract. The partner may have been the cause of our problems - but that partner is a direct reflection of NexVortex. They need to vet their partners better and take some responsibility for the partner. Instead, they stuck the customer with the bill and said "Not our fault".
i am a big fan of nagios and opviews gives all the features we want for a network. it had a lot plugins for all sort of systems and supports most of it. it's interface is really neat and well designed but free version has its limitations.
this tool is based on nagios and it is a very powerfull tool for SMBs.It has a fantastic array of plugins, is easy to learn and use. but we tried to negotiate for the lincense and customer service were little vague about the contract terms.
i am using opsview free version for more than 2 years. it is one of the best monitoring tool out there but when it comes to a paid version they are asking unbeliveable price and we had to stay with free version. its is normally unbreakable and easy to navigate .
Not a bad solution for network monitoring. It Reduces The Need To Manually Enter Jobs, Enabling Analysts To Focus On Tasks That Are More Important Or Those Which Cannot Be Automated. The API Is Not State Of The Art, But Opvsiew Helped Reduce The Number Of Logs In Text Files
i am using opsview free version. if you are good with nagios, it is an easy one to monitor your whole network. They have plugins to manage linux and windows servers as well as other os's. Now i am planning to move to paid version. A really good software.
we started using opsview free version last year and it was a major change in our network environment.Excellent monitoring solution built on top of Nagios makes it is easy to manage all servers across network.It has various array of plugins, is easy to learn and use - everything from Windows, Linux, AWS, SNMP trap, and Routers
There is a free version of Opsview that we use to monitor a few servers. It is controlled via web browser and we have a dedicated workstation that runs Opsview 24/7 that will warn us of important changes (overloaded RAM, network connectivity, etc) Would be a 5 star rating if the web interface was easier to navigate- I often have to jump back and forth between menus
Opsview is a very powerful monitoring tool based on Nagios.We're intergrated Opsview across north AWS and an internal Windows environment you get a very clean interface and simple to use once you get it setup. Comes with many checks out of the box that can get you monitoring quickly. Fantastic product. #spiceworks