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Event Correlation

Event correlation is an essential feature of network monitoring which simplifies and makes sense of the vast relationships between events  to ensure that crucial events can be quickly pinpointed and resolved in the most efficient and effective manner possible.

As organizations continue to evolve, one of the key challenges they encounter is the ability to manage a larger number of complex events that can have a significant impact on business services. Given the scale of this, the ability to ‘cut through the noise’ of the vast amount of information generated becomes vital in order to detect, inspect and react to key issues.

OP5 Monitor’s event correlation feature enables IT professionals to stay on top of their networks and in complete control, freeing them up to focus their capabilities and time on other crucial organizational IT objectives, meaning a shorter mean time to repair (MTTR) and a more streamlined and efficient work flow.

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Real Time Event Correlation

At OP5 we understand the importance of preventing unnecessary downtime and the subsequent loss of revenue for clients, due to drowning in a flood of alerts without the ability to determine what is wrong and fix it. With our event correlation feature we help you to detect the most important issues in real time, through inspecting thousands of events and notifying you of the root cause so you can resolve the issue as quickly and effectively as possible.

As with most of OP5 Monitor’s features we offer a high level of configuration for users, giving you complete control to suit your specific needs. 


OP5 Monitor: Open Source Network Monitoring  

OP5 Monitor is the preferred Open Source Networking & Server Monitoring tool for large multi-national companies in over 60 markets, to see OP5 Monitor’s event correlation feature in action for yourself get started here.

Prefer to get more hands on? Then Download OP5 monitor for free to get first hand experience of how OP5 Monitor’s event correlation can help you to understand the relationships between the crucial events in your organisation.