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Why 24x7 monitoring is essential for large enterprise network management system?
How to monitor distributed remote locations without losing the data or centralized visibility?
How to scale without breaking the IT budget?

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    What makes the large enterprise network management, large What makes the large enterprise network management, large Presentation Transcript

    • What Makes The Large Enterprise, Large?Network Management System ManageEngine OpManager 1
    • Agenda 99 Vs. 99.9 Global Deployment Vs. Regional TeamsCost Vs. Longevity Scalability Vs. Maintainability 2
    • 99 Vs. 99.9 Global Deployment Vs. Regional TeamsCost Vs. Longevity Scalability Vs. Maintainability 3
    • 99 Vs. 99.9What makes the Large Enterprises, Large? – 99% Vs. 99.9% availability actually means difference of approx. 79 hrs downtime/ year – For Large Enterprises the cost of downtime is huge; Typically ranges from $100K to over $1000K per hour. – In other words Avg. downtime cost is approx. $20 million a year, if the availability is 99% when compared to 99.9% 4
    • 99 Vs. 99.9 Downtime – Type and Cause? Type of failure Cause of failure 1% 14% 25% Hardware Software 15% Network 80% Human Error Environmental Others 25% 20% 20% People and Process Technology/ Environmental Failures and Disasters Gartner Says… ―For these causes of downtime, strong IT operations and applications development processes are required. IT operational processes are vital to application service availability, but are often overlooked — especially in distributed application environments — because of architecture/infrastructure complexity, immaturity of the processes and tools, and a lack of commitment to the IT resources needed‖ 5Source: Gartner report 2001
    • 99 Vs. 99.9 Another report by Gartner states – ―NSM: Often the Weakest Link in Business Availability‖ To avoid unnecessary and potentially devastating outages, you need a NMS that can tell you what’s happening 24x7, 365 days. – Continuous availability is the first basic necessity for reliability. 6Source: Gartner report 2001
    • 99 Vs. 99.9Types of High Availability options in NMS Hot • Automatic switch to passive system with concurrent backup Warm • Manual switch to passive system with Periodic data backup Cold • Manual switch and data backupOpManager Enterprise Edition supports Hot Standby out-of-the-box. 7
    • 99 Vs. 99.9 Global Deployment Vs. Regional TeamsCost Vs. Longevity Scalability Vs. Maintainability 8
    • Global Deployment Vs. Regional TeamsDistributed networks bring in their ownchallenges… – Region or location specific tools to monitor devices • At times to support multi-vendor devices those are very specific to their region for e.g. Hitachi in far east when compared to HP/ Cisco in far west 9
    • Global Deployment Vs. Regional TeamsDistributed networks bring in their ownchallenges… – No mechanism to visualize alarms & extract reports from a centralized console. – Centralized monitoring relies mostly on WAN links. – Need to support multi-languages 10
    • Global Deployment Vs. Regional TeamsArchitectural difference with OpManagerEnterprise Edition 11
    • Global Deployment Vs. Regional TeamsArchitectural difference with OpManagerEnterprise Edition – Central-Probe architecture – Support for wide industry standard monitoring protocols with out- of-the-box device monitoring templates. – A centralized console to propagate network events across remote sites. – Project performance trends and extract historical reports. – Local monitoring and management. Only refined data is pushed (HTTP/ HTTPs over XML) to central location. – The communication happens over Internet/ Corporate WAN links across Firewalls/ Proxy servers. – Multi-language support. 12
    • 99 Vs. 99.9 Global Deployment Vs. Regional TeamsCost Vs. Longevity Scalability Vs. Maintainability 13
    • Scalability Vs. MaintainabilityScalability can be achieved in many ways, but howwould you prefer to do it? – Monitoring 100,000 interfaces or 10,000 nodes/ devices 14
    • Scalability Vs. Maintainability Requirement/ Requisition Disposal Procurement Enterprise Asset Management Support Lifecycle Deployment Updates/ Protections Patching & ManagementExpensive datacenter footprints management – The cost of maintenance is not just for the NMS but also for the servers it runs on. 15
    • Scalability Vs. MaintainabilityOpManager Enterprise Edition – Highly scalable architecture leaves lesser footprints to manage – Easy-to-use & deploy, Smart upgrades help trouble-free product maintenance 16
    • 99 Vs. 99.9 Global Deployment Vs. Regional TeamsCost Vs. Longevity Scalability Vs. Maintainability 17
    • Cost Vs. LongevityDo more with less – Large numbers, multiple locations and expensive downtime doesn’t liberalize the IT spending. Goal is still the same. 18
    • Cost Vs. Longevity – We offer Enterprise IT Management at 90-10 rule i.e. 90% features of the big4 at 10% of the price – OpManager Enterprise Edition - For a budget as low as $50K annual, you get manage 5000 devices across your enterprise IT infrastructure. 19
    • Cost Vs. Longevity Lesser footprints Easy to Affordable maintain Scalability Multisite monitoring High Availability NMS Vendor selection Is it trust worthy investment? 20
    • Cost Vs. LongevityManageEngine – Founded in 1996 and served a diverse range of enterprise IT, networking and telecom customers. – Only IT Management vendor focused on bringing a complete IT Management portfolio to the mid- sized enterprise – Trusted by over 50,000 customers across 100+ countries. – Our customers includes 3 out of every 5 fortune 500 companies. 21
    • Cost Vs. LongevityOpManager – Is the flagship product of ManageEngine, Founded in 2002. – Trusted by over 10,000 enterprises across 100+ countries. – Over a millions administrators use OpManager for their daily network management. 22
    • Cost Vs. LongevityNobody gets fired for buyingManageEngine! – If you are not happy with the product • Take full refund at anytime. • We will fix the issues you’ve mentioned, to make you happy again. 23
    • Enterprise network managementOpManager Enterprise Edition – A Unified approach to monitor distributed large enterprise networks • Visit us at ―enterprise.opmanager.com‖ to try a 30 days free trial 24
    • SummaryWhat makes the Large network management, Large? - Enterprisenetwork management challenges: – 99 Vs. 99.9% - Cost of downtime: • Why continuous availability of NMS is important to Large enterprise? • OpManager Enterprise edition - Hot-standby engine – Global deployments & De-centralized IT management: • Multiple monitoring tools & Lack of visibility across IT infrastructure • Architectural difference with OpManager Enterprise Edition – Scalability & Maintainability: • Preferred Scalability model, The cost of footprints and product management. • OpManager enterprise edition design helps reduce maintenance cost without forgoing the scalability. – Cost & Longevity • ManageEngine 90:10 promise • Over a decade experience in network management and have customer across the world 25
    • Questions? Thank you KalyanRam@ManageEngine.com