HP Network Node Manager i (NNMi)- license

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HP Network Node Manager i-series (NNMi) software provides powerful out-of-the-box capabilities to enable your network operations team to efficiently manage a network of any size.

HP NNMi provides the benefits of an enterprise-class network management solution, plus it uniquely combines scalability, low cost of ownership and intelligent automation. This combination enables enterprises of all sizes to reduce the cost of delivering high network availability. HP NNMi includes innovative technology and functionality to deliver this unique value.

HP NNMi incorporates a state-of-the-art nearly continuous spiral discovery process. This process uses fast node finding combined with an iterative multi-pass process for in-depth device existence configuration and connectivity discovery. This discovery process is enhanced for performance and enables accurate monitoring for other HP NNMi management components.

HP Network Node Manager i (NNMi)- license is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Scalability is actually one of the reasons why we picked this. Valuable Features:It gives us a good overview of what's happening in our networks and the devices in the networks. And it allows us to act very quickly when some problem is detected.Improvements to My Organization:When some metric device has some issue, for example there is some server connected that hosts some application, and that application might be a web portal or internet banking customer we are providing services for, when this device is down service is not available to the customers of our customers.Room for Improvement:As the technologies evolve, also these solutions or the monitoring tools should evolve to cover the progress in technology, including capabilities related to monitoring of virtualized devices today, as the DNS is on the table in this way.Use of Solution:I have been working with it for nine years.Stability Issues:In my experience it's very stable. We haven’t had any problems so far, such as unexpected breaks or a server going down. So, in this sense, I would say that it is very, very stable.Scalability Issues:Scalability is actually one of the reasons why we picked Node Manager. With one instance you can monitor from a couple of hundreds up to several thousands of devices. So it's very good.Technical Support:We have Premier support from HPE. We are very, very satisfied with support because we have one dedicated resource in support, so he knows our environment. Every time we have some minor issue we don't need to explain what version of the software are we running, how our environment looks like and so on, because he knows this already.Initial Setup:When I started to work for the company, it was already implemented. But nine years ago when we started, we had 3 Network Node Manager servers and right now we have 19. So, over time, I have definitely been involved in implementing the solution. It is very very straightforward. You just deploy the installation package; it's not an issue.Other Solutions Considered:We evaluate other solutions on do it in regular basis. Basically, we check the markets to see what’s there. We have HPE now and we use test cases to check the market; is any new solution available and, based on those test cases, HPE wins or HPE does not. So far it's winning.Last year we evaluated SevOne. It wasn't so bad and it provided similar features like Network Node Manager. But that additional value was not high enough. So we are eager to implement it because implementation is a big job and it can take month to do. If we saw that it was really, in some way, much better than Network Node Manager and it was worthy to implement it, we would have done so.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Integrates with other tools and products to give oversight of networks and systems. Valuable Features:Effectively monitor networks physical and virtual devices. SPI's that provide functional reports and metrics. Integrates with other tools and products to give oversight of networks and systems.Improvements to My Organization:Miss very few events. Rich reporting features.Room for Improvement:A little better documentation, books updated like HP Network Node Manager: Getting Started.Use of Solution:Since NNM was version 4.Deployment Issues:Some, but they can be worked though with HP Support.Stability Issues:NoScalability Issues:NoCustomer Service:GoodTechnical Support:GoodPrevious Solutions:NoInitial Setup:Straight forward, though experience in installing or updating the tool is a must. The technical documentation is takes experience and much reading to master.Implementation Team:In house. I have installed, upgraded NNM from version 4 though 10.10.Cost and Licensing Advice:Like any enterprise solutions it has a cost. Not only in initial price, but in time to do advanced configuration and maintenance of the product.Other Solutions Considered:NoDisclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2016-08-16
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