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ManageEngine Debuts Cisco AVC Monitoring, iPad App, Network Security Fortifications at Cisco Live Milan

ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, today announced a suite of upgrades that are immediately available for key applications. NetFlow Analyzer, the real-time traffic and security analytics software, adds Cisco Application Visibility and Control (AVC) monitoring. OpManager, the company’s data center management software for large enterprises, gains an iPad app. DeviceExpert, the web–based, multi-vendor network change and configuration management solution, now supports security information and event management (SIEM) integration.

ManageEngine will be demonstrating the applications’ new features at Cisco Live, January 27-31, 2014, in Milan, Italy. At the show, ManageEngine will be in booth E43/E44.

“The new IT management capabilities we’re debuting at Cisco Live Milan improve IT teams’ abilities to provide superior, non-stop business services,” said Raj Sabhlok, president of ManageEngine, a division of Zoho Corp. “The OpManager iPad app lets IT admins resolve network device issues at any time, from anywhere. NetFlow Analyzer’s AVC monitoring ensures the right network applications get the right share of network resources. And the SIEM integration in DeviceExpert fortifies overall network security.”

ManageEngine Highlights at Cisco Live Milan 2014

At Cisco Live Milan, ManageEngine experts will be on hand to discuss and demonstrate the latest enhancements to its IT management portfolio, including:

NetFlow Analyzer – With the addition of Cisco AVC monitoring, NetFlow Analyzer now supports all major monitoring technologies from Cisco including NBAR, CBQoS, IP SLA, WAAS and Medianet. AVC monitoring lets IT teams segment, identify, monitor and manage over 1,000 applications with the help of NBAR2. In turn, AVC monitoring helps improve QoS monitoring and application response times. NetFlow Analyzer is IVT-tested and certified as ‘Cisco Compatible’ in various key areas.

OpManager – The new iPad app for OpManager lets admins view the availability and performance data of Cisco devices. It lists the alarms that are raised and lets the admin acknowledge, add notes, clear and delete them. The app includes various troubleshooting options such as ping, trace root and IT workflow automation. Admins can also use the app to create custom dashboards and widgets.

DeviceExpert – With SIEM integration, DeviceExpert can now send Syslog messages to SIEM tools upon detecting a configuration change. In turn, the SIEM tools can analyze those events, correlate them with other network events, and provide insights on overall network activity. The latest release of DeviceExpert also gains session recording of Telnet and SSH connections launched to devices from the DeviceExpert GUI. Session recording caters to the audit and compliance requirements of organizations that mandate proactive monitoring of activities. The recorded sessions can also be archived and played back to support forensic audits. DeviceExpert also offers REST APIs to enable any third-party application or software to integrate with DeviceExpert directly and add, access and extract data.

Pricing and Availability

The OpManager iPad app is available for immediate download at http://www.manageengine.com/network-monitoring/opmanager-ipad-app.html. The app is free for viewing the availability and device performance data. The app is $49 USD to perform actions such as add notes, acknowledge alarm, clear alarm, delete alarm, execute workflow, ping and trace route.

NetFlow Analyzer 9865 (beta) and DeviceExpert 5.9 are available immediately. NetFlow Analyzer is available for download at http://www.manageengine.com/products/netflow/download.html; pricing starts at $3,750 USD for 50 interfaces. DeviceExpert starts at $795 USD and is available for download at http://www.manageengine.com/products/device-expert/download.html. Fully functional 30-day trial versions are also available for download

For more information on NetFlow Analyzer, please visit http://www.manageengine.com/netflow; on OpManager, visit http://www.manageengine.com/opmanager; and on DeviceExpert, visit http://www.manageengine.com/products/device-expert. For more information on ManageEngine, please visit http://buzz.manageengine.com/; follow the company blog at http://blogs.manageengine.com/, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ManageEngine and on Twitter at @ManageEngine.

About NetFlow Analyzer

ManageEngine NetFlow Analyzer is a powerful traffic analytics and network forensics tool that supports IPv6. It has other capabilities such as IP SLA reporting, QoS reporting, Medianet reporting, WAAS reporting and more. It has also passed the interoperability verification testing for IP SLA, WAAS, NetFlow and Medianet monitoring and is certified ‘Cisco Compatible.’ For more information, please visit http://www.manageengine.com/netflow.

About OpManager

ManageEngine OpManager is a network management platform that helps large enterprises, service providers and SMEs manage their data centers and IT infrastructure efficiently and cost effectively. Automated workflows, intelligent alerting engines, configurable discovery rules, and extendable templates enable IT teams to setup a 24x7 monitoring system within hours of installation. Do-it-yourself plug-ins extend the scope of management to include network change and configuration management and IP address management as well as monitoring of networks, applications, databases, virtualization and NetFlow-based bandwidth. For more information on ManageEngine OpManager, please visit http://www.manageengine.com/opmanager.

About DeviceExpert

ManageEngine DeviceExpert is a web–based, multi-vendor network configuration and change management (NCCM) solution for switches, routers, firewalls and other network devices. Trusted by thousands of network administrators around the world, DeviceExpert helps automate and take total control of the entire lifecycle of device configuration management. For more information on DeviceExpert, please visit http://www.manageengine.com/products/device-expert.

About ManageEngine

ManageEngine delivers the real-time IT management tools that empower an IT team to meet an organization’s need for real-time services and support. Worldwide, more than 72,000 established and emerging enterprises — including more than 60 percent of the Fortune 500 — rely on ManageEngine products to ensure the optimal performance of their critical IT infrastructure, including networks, servers, applications, desktops and more. ManageEngine is a division of Zoho Corp. with offices worldwide, including the United States, India, Japan and China. For more information, please visit http://buzz.manageengine.com/; follow the company blog at http://blogs.manageengine.com/, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ManageEngine and on Twitter at @ManageEngine.

ManageEngine is a trademark of Zoho Corp. All other brand names and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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