Zenoos Monitoring Tool vs. Ops Manager...some help
Good Morning Guys, (Dont know if this is the right forum for this) I am a network consulant at a firm where they are using Zenoos Monitoring software. I personally think the tool is not that great and at best it is not condusive to affective monitoring and alerting without being highly skilled in understanding the interface. In addition, the software has to be installed and configured on Linux which I am not against anything Linux however the environment is Windows based and the current skill set outside the Sr. Network Admin is not Linux admins.Can anyone let me know what you think about Zenoos and if anyone has used Op Manage Engine (which I am currently comparing Zenoos too). I would like to replace the product (Zenoos) with Ops Manage Engine but I have to build a strong case to do so.your help is appreciated..Thank you
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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