Today, every IT department, even the smallests, need to know & manage their IT service availability and performance for operations & business continuity.
Losses from IT service disruptions and unplanned downtime, although smaller in figures, can be more crippling for SMBs/SMEs than for large enterprise. For example, network downtime costed $20K per hour for 80% of SMBs and $100K for 20% (IDC 2014 survey)
IT Monitoring shoud not be a pain!
With Centreon IMP, small and so resource-challenged IT Departments can count on a robust, packaged & highly affordable monitoring solution.
Every Centreon IMP subscription includes
- Centreon Open Source (last release)
- +150 Plugin Packs (11 in free trial) to monitor a lot of IT domains (OS, applications, storage, cloud, databases, network, etc.), accessible with the Plugin Pack Manager, a user-friendly system that makes it easy for the user to select what’s needed.
- updates, maintenance, as well as new Plugin Packs additions,
- online assistance
- online documentations and community resources
Help SMB IT managers or administrators
Business-conscious IT managers in thriving SMBs may like the greater flexibility and unchallenged affordability of open source. But there’s a non-negligible trade-off to figuring out the integration of open source monitoring in terms of time, staff and budget resources, especially if they have to resort to DIY tactics. Being operational is more critical to their business than for large companies.
Centreon IMP focuses on helping small ITOM teams get installed and integrated to monitor diverse IT assets as quickly as possible at a bargain. And it does not heap on more work or use up valuable resources they don’t have.
Boost the time-to-monitoring with Centreon IMP!
This is made possible by the Centreon IMP Plugin Packs. They enable any IT infrastructure with diverse assets and resources to be probed and instantly operational with Centreon. IT administrators can instantly access, install and monitor a wide range of industry standard IT domains: networks, servers, applications, storage, database, devices, equipment, and so forth – physical, virtual or hybrid infrastructures.
All the subscriber needs to do is to create a Centreon IMP account on Centreon website, download the open source Centreon monitoring platform, activate the Centreon IMP account in Centreon and then install the required plugin packs, whether it’s to monitor 10 IT assets or a couple of hundreds.