I have been asked to take over our network management application. We have been using 2.6 (although nobody has used it in the last 14 months). In the process of learning the software i am doing some investigating as to whether or not we should upgrade to the current 3.1 version. We have between 1.5K and 5K devices.
My Question is - what are the benefits of upgrading to the new version?
I have asked our cisco service partners for some kind of a comparison and they sent me the links to the release notes - which i could find on my own. The issue i am having is trying to justify 50K on an upgrade.
That's why the eval may be helpful for you. You can install a fully-functional LMS 3.1 server for 90 days, and test it out on up to 100 devices. If you like the new features, you can purchase the license.
Any marketing material provided to you will only show you how it should work. The eval will tell you how it will work in your environment.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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