As a managed services provider (MSP) you have unique and broad responsibilities and the services you offer require a clear and comprehensive overview from multiple angles. You must have unobstructed visibility into system performance, the dexterity to monitor an IT infrastructure that blankets multiple types and varied layers of technology. OP5 Monitor delivers a detailed, consistent, and up to date monitoring solution that reaches out to any need imaginable.
Several facts describe how OP5 Monitor addresses the challenges unique to the MSP:
OP5 Monitor BSM functionality enables you to manage IT as it relates to your business processes.
The OP5 Monitor REST API contains as significant number of data access points enabling a secure connection to any 3rd party integration.
OP5 Monitor presents detailed information about the performance of thousands of devices within your network to show you what is happening.
OP5 Monitor peers can be used to seamlessly set up redundant monitoring and instant synchronization of your IT configuration and data.
OP5 IT Monitor gives real value by visually presenting your data in reports easily understood and shared with your entire team.
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The annual OP5 Inspiration Conference was recently held in Stockholm, where we were joined by over 100 of our valued Swedish based clients to exchange knowledge, share insights and inspire one another around this year’s theme of monitoring datacenters and large IT Infrastructure.
The OP5 team recently had the pleasure of attending this year’s OpenStack Summit in Boston. The OS summit is truly a community event for all major vendors and users of the OpenStack platform and all its supporting projects, where the overall objective is to share experiences, promote ideas and educate one another.
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