Opsview Version 3.5 Released

New User Interface Design and Performance Graphing Capabilities
Establish Opsview at the Forefront of Open Source Monitoring Technologies.

Opsera Limited, a leading provider of Open Source software and services,
today announced the release of Opsview Community version 3.5.

Opsview 3.5 provides a completely redesigned user interface that makes it
more efficient and even easier to use than before. Opsview is the award
winning open source application, network and infrastructure monitoring
software from Opsera. It provides comprehensive system management
capabilities used to monitor the health of today’s most complex data centres.
Launched in 2003, it is a well established and fully featured product suite
with a large worldwide user community.

Opsview delivers significant cost savings over proprietary network
monitoring software while delivering the same business benefits. Opsview
provides centralised monitoring, shifting focus from fire-fighting to forward
planning. Longer term monitoring of trends and service levels facilitates
more accurate capacity planning and budgeting, saving time and money.

In summary, Opsview 3.5 provides the following capabilities:
  • Extensible monitoring architecture supporting multiple sites and thousands of monitored devices.
  • Events driven status view with timeline for visual correlation.
  • Multilingual support.
  • Tools for migrating your data from other monitoring software.
  • Compatibility with Nagios(R) plugins, agents and extensions.
  • Performance and availability reporting.
  • System architecture designed for customisation and ease of integration with other systems.
  • Ability to monitor the widest range of network devices, operating systems and application software.
Opsview is Open Source and made available under the GNU General Public license. Opsera provide a full range of Opsview services including system
deployment, customisation, training and support subscriptions.

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