CA Unicenter NSM (Discontinued)

CA Unicenter NSM (Discontinued)

CA Unicenter Network and Systems Management (Discontinued)

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What is CA Unicenter NSM (Discontinued)?

Unicenter Network and Systems Management (Unicenter NSM) reached end of life (EOL) in 2015.

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What is CA Unicenter NSM (Discontinued)?

Unicenter Network and Systems Management (Unicenter NSM) reached end of life (EOL) in 2015.

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What is CA Unicenter NSM (Discontinued)?

Unicenter Network and Systems Management (Unicenter NSM) reached end of life (EOL) in 2015.

What are CA Unicenter NSM (Discontinued)'s top competitors?

Atera, LogicMonitor, and New Relic are common alternatives for CA Unicenter NSM (Discontinued).

Who uses CA Unicenter NSM (Discontinued)?

The most common users of CA Unicenter NSM (Discontinued) are from Enterprises and the Government Administration industry.

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We have to hire 2 full-time 3rd-party consultants to run this application. That tells me it's not a very IT-friendly, vendor-supported application. Compare that with, say, SolarWinds, which is much easier for regular IT staff to customize without sacrificing features and capability. Sure, we have to bring in Loop1 to consult for us when we need to do a major SolarWinds config change or need a really unusual custom query built, but we never need more than 10 hours of consulting per month.