Xian Network Manager
Xian Network Manager 2012 will no longer be supported after December 31st 2016. Downloads can be requested by contacting sales. Official Press Release
You have probably experienced network failures like congested interfaces that unexpectedly go down and applications that create sudden traffic storms. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could be warned as soon as something was about to go haywire? Xian NM 2012 SP4 is now fully prepared to help you. Our FLow monitoring feature gives you a heads-up whenever traffic behaves out of the ordinary, so you can be on top of the issue before your users call you. We’ve added support for the latest version of VMWare Virtual Center and have also included a few set of new rules in our enhanced VMWare Management Pack. Besides these new additions, Xian NM 2012 SP4 also has an improved SNMP monitoring system which indicates the state of all of your devices. Seamlessly integrated with Ops Mgr 2007 and 2012 (including R2) , it is easy to deploy, effortless to learn, and it can grow along with your monitoring needs, whether you need to monitor one device or thousands. Xian Network Manager 2012 SP4 for Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 and 2012 (including R2) is the best choice if you are looking for a serious network monitoring tool.
In the past you could only gather information about how much data is passing through your network, but that’s as far as you could go. Now, with Xian NM 2012 you really have a clear picture of what traffic is passing through, where it comes from and where it goes to. You now have more knowledge on which users and applications are running on your network. And let’s face it, in the world of public and private clouds we need to keep a close eye on traffic. Performance data, alerts, and reports are available for NetFlow and SFlow in Operations Manager. You may like to know who is accessing the SQL Server or simply how much Youtube and Facebook traffic is flowing through your companies network. The Flow feature will unraffle the mystery of why your network suddenly turned so slow.
Enjoy performance monitoring, alerting, and more for your servers, applications—and any SNMP device you own.
Scale Xian Network Manager to meet your specific needs. It’s tested and proven to work with small and large networks—even those with up to 2,000 devices.
Xian NM already monitors SNMP devices since 2004 and is the best and most robust SNMP network monitoring solution for Operations Manager in the Market. Monitoring of SNMP devices is easy and is just amatter of discovering the device and applying a policy template. Xian NM does the rest. However, you can easily see what is being monitored, what are the thresholds and modify these accordingly. Any SNMP device can be monitored by Xian NM 2012 SP4 and can be easily enhanced using the Custom Rules Feature. Creating new monitoring rules has never been this easy. So you do not need to worry about your investment not supporting future devices or specific unique network equipment in the long run.
Xian Network Manager can be made to raise alerts based on your specific monitoring criteria. The alerts will immediately be displayed on the Microsoft System Center Operations Manager console, and are automatically closed as soon as the problem is fixed.
Xian Network Manager understands the relationships between your monitored devices and the computers connected to them. A topology diagram of these devices and the specific interfaces connecting them can be visible on the Operations Manager console through Savision Live Maps.
Your team probably makes changes to network devices all the time, but sometimes you just lose control and don’t remember what was changed. Xian NM helps you with this by notifying you every configuration change that was made on a Cisco Switch and to offer you a few enhancements on the side of security, we’ve made Configuration Monitoring available through Telnet and SSH.
A single Xian Network Manager server, pointing to a single Operations Manager server, allows you to monitor up to 2,000 devices. Should you need to monitor more devices, you can add one or more additional servers and monitor more local or remote devices. No matter how large or small your network environment, Xian Network Manager has you covered.
Xian Network Manager 2012 SP4 is easy to implement. The only requirement is having Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 and 2012 (including R2) installed. In no time at all you’ll be maximizing the way you manage your network.
Need better performance reports? Trend Analysis? Traffic reporting? With customizable rules, Xian Network Manager gives you more data from more devices and sends it to Operations Manager to enhance the reports and graphs you need for any monitored device. Plus, custom rules are available to ensure that Xian Network Manager will work in any environment—it’s the solution you can always count on.
Monitoring a group of devices can be done with policy templates. You need only define your template once and then apply them to all the devices that share the same monitoring policy. On the other hand, you can make multiple policy templates for different groups. A change of a policy template afterwards is automatically propagated to the linked devices.
Lets users insert Operations Diagrams into OpsMgr and these diagrams can include automatic and/or manual relationships between the objects. So basically a user draws a diagram on the Xian NM console that includes any monitored OpsMgr object and reviews the results on the OpsMgr console inside a dashboard with two widgets (Topology widget and Relationship alerts).
An out of the box dashboard per each device type displays monitoring information from the monitoring devices of such category. The dashboards include the following widgets: states, alerts, details, performance graphs and objects by performance.