Manage large and geographically dispersed environments
Opmantek’s opHA is perfectly suited to customers requiring a distributed network management solution, with high availability, multi-tenancy or where being able to scale is key. Opmantek’s opHA is used by Telcos, WISPs, ISPs, MSPs and banks around the world.
Use opHA in any network architecture, operations centre (ideal for follow the sun support and MSPs), anywhere your network is important to running your business. opHA gives you a single administrative view and control of your fleet of pollers globally. opHA enables multi-tenancy features in opEvents and opCharts.
opHA allows single or multiple master server capability that allows pollers to report to one/many masters for multi-data center deployment. Perfect for organizations that require high availability or have assets based around the world.
Easily set up a low maintenance multi-tenant solution that is completely configurable from a single screen. opHA removes issues associated with overlapping IP address space or multiple security domains.
Simple provisioning of your platform, from pushing changes and building new pollers all at the click of a button all while managing your entire monitoring fleet through a single interface.
Your pollers may be sited locally to the NOC or on-site at the remote location. Pricing remains per node, not per poller, you are able to design your management solution to match your network solution.
Your Data is secure
This authentication model enables you to use credentials for each poller or a shared key, providing for simple configuration or more secure configuration if required.
Configure opHA to match your network and manage your infrastructure easily. The open source core is extended through plug-in modules, allowing you to build a system with only the features you need, resulting in reduced costs and improved ROI.
Pricing remains per node, not per poller, you are able to design your management solution to match your network solution.
“I have NOC sites across the globe – I need a main interface that each site can access, that also acts as a D&R replacement in case any other site goes down. All need to be kept up to date constantly, and it becomes cumbersome to keep up with everything.”
– This was solved with opHA and opCharts.