Orion Network Performance Monitor Slx 9.5

Orion Network Performance Monitor Slx 9.5 | 238 MB

Orion Network Performance Monitor (NPM) delivers award-winning fault and performance management. Orion NPM network monitoring software is built to affordably manage networks of all sizes with expandable modules and scalability engines.

The Orion Network Performance Monitor is a comprehensive web based fault management, availability and bandwidth performance management application that allows users to view the real-time statistics and availability of their network directly from the web browser. The Orion Network Performance Monitor application will monitor and collect data from routers, switches, servers, and any other SNMP enabled devices. Additionally, Orion monitors CPU Load, Memory utilization, and available Disk Space. Orion NPM is highly scalable managed availability application, capable of monitoring from 10 to over 10,000 nodes. New Integration of Orion with the Network Toolset means you can now launch your Engineer's Edition Tools directly from your Web Page with a simple "right click".

Orion NPM Highlights:
** Monitors and analyzes real-time, in-depth, network performance statistics for routers, switches, wireless access points, servers, and any other SNMP-enabled devices
** Simplifies network issue investigation with drill down maps and Top 10 views of your global network
** Gets you up and running in less than an hour with do-it-yourself deployment
** Scales to accommodate growth and management needs with a hot standby engine, multiple polling engines, and additional web servers
** Enables advanced alerting for correlated events, sustained conditions, and complex combinations of device states
** Monitors the energy consumption of Cisco® EnergyWise-enabled network devices and displays policies that regulate energy consumption
** Extends management capabilities to NetFlow traffic analysis, VoIP monitoring, IP address management, network configuration management, and application and server performance

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