Top 8 Network Management Applications Tools
DX SpectrumFortinet FortiManagerCisco DNA CenterCisco PrimeExtremeCloud IQMicro Focus Network Node ManagerHuawei eSightIBM Tivoli NetCool
The most valuable feature is the event correlation mechanism.
Spectrum is great for root cause analysis. It has excellent correlation event management. Spectrum's stability and scalability are also amazing.
Fortinet FortiManager allows a full view of all the devices on the network from one location.
It has multiple features in one box, which helps to avoid needing a lot of equipment. This is something that makes them unique.
The solution has the capability to scale.
I think that their LAN automation is a very good feature.
The hardware Cisco provides is excellent. It's a well-made product.
Cisco Prime is helpful as it provides us with real-time monitoring. This allows us to be proactive in our environment.
What our customers like the most is that this device is so rugged. It has very good performance and throughput. Its console is very easy to use and has many features, which makes it different from its competitors. Cloud IQ has all the features built into the console, whereas other solutions require you to integrate multiple solutions with their consoles. You don't need to add anything extra with Cloud IQ. With this single solution, you can do almost everything.
The most valuable features of this solution are its modern look and usability.
We do not have any issues stability-wise.
I like that it supports all our Huawei devices. Unlike other network monitoring tools that monitor Huawei devices, it provides more details when it comes to monitoring or management. We can get complete details about the devices, and management is also simple.
The solution has very good integration capabilities.
Support is one of the best aspects of this solution. NetCool is a good product that has good flexibility. There are a lot of documents available online which is one of the best features of IBM Tivoli Suite. Whenever an issue happens, rather than going to technical support, if you find the exact issue in Google, you can get tech notes for that particular issue.