ManageEngine OpManager Primary Use Case
Network Engineer at a non-tech company with 5,001-10,000 employees
OpManager monitors the uptime and the performance of the network, servers, and applications. Additionally, it monitors the condition of the RAM, the CPU, and memory. It also monitors any inbound applications. We get notifications of any downloads or devices making unauthorized requests. It runs the processes on both sides. If it finds something we get an alert. It will tell us what the problem is and give us directions as to how to fix it.View full review »
Network Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
My personal use case is for network management, traffic flow, am any kind of alerts. Anything you can think of, you can program through OpManager or anything on the network you can think of, you can program through OpManager. We run monthly and weekly reports and all of those are programmed and then in a week or a month, it's in your inbox. Your CIF log scan goes through it all.View full review »
Senior Information Technology Specialist at a philanthropy with 501-1,000 employees
I used it about six months ago. We implemented it in the last company I worked with. We were using it for patching, rolling out images, and other similar things.
We were using the most recent version.View full review »
Technical Solution Specialist at a security firm with 51-200 employees
We primarily use the solution for network monitoring, that is, firewall routing, switching, and application monitoring.View full review »
Right now, we are using ManageEngine OpManager for network monitoring. We also use it for server and application monitoring. We monitor parameters of servers like CPU, RAM, and hard disk.
We are mainly using it for Windows operating systems.View full review »