Progress WhatsUp Gold

Progress WhatsUp Gold
Formerly Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold

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Progress WhatsUp Gold

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What is Progress WhatsUp Gold?

WhatsUp Gold developed by Ipswitch (acquired by Progress Software May 2019) offers network performance monitoring and mapping. It supports core monitoring features, including automated workflows and network capacity planning, and monitors across hybrid environments.

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  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

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What is Progress WhatsUp Gold?

Progress WhatsUp Gold (WUG) is designed to help network admins find and fix network problems before end users notice. Its web-based interactive mapping interface lets users see up/down availability and performance at-a-glance for everything connected to a network, on premises and in the cloud.

WUG is an on-premises solution designed for IT enterprises and MSPs. The solution helps them to manage their IT infrastructure and network activities. It offers tools for discovering, visualizing and monitoring network devices, displaying connections between devices and monitoring network status.

WhatsUp Gold can automatically discover anything connected to the network, including physical servers, cloud resources, storage devices, VMware and Hyper-V virtual machines as well as wireless devices. It helps IT admins to view, analyze and manage cross-device connections from a single interactive map. Admins can also monitor application performance and network traffic and manage network device configuration and change control processes. Any network activity falling outside of customizable thresholds triggers alerts sent via email, web, SMS or Slack. Alerts can also trigger self-healing actions or PowerShell scripts.

Progress WhatsUp Gold Features

  • Supported: Automated Discovery
  • Supported: Network Mapping
  • Supported: Server Monitoring
  • Supported: Cloud Monitoring
  • Supported: Wireless Monitoring
  • Supported: Application Monitoring
  • Supported: Bandwidth Monitoring
  • Supported: Traffic Monitoring
  • Supported: Virtualization Management
  • Supported: Configuration Management
  • Supported: Distributed Monitoring
  • Supported: MSP Monitoring

Progress WhatsUp Gold Screenshots

Screenshot of WhatsUp Gold Alert CenterScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Cloud InfrastructureScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Configuration ManagementScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Custom MapScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold DashboardScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Device PropertiesScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Device StatusScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Discovered DevicesScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Device StatusScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Interface UtilizationScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Network MapScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Traffic AnalysisScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Virtual InfrastructureScreenshot of WhatsUp Gold Wireless Infrastructure

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Progress WhatsUp Gold Customer Size Distribution

Consumers0%
Small Businesses (1-50 employees)25%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)40%
Enterprises (more than 500 employees)35%

Progress WhatsUp Gold Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise
Operating SystemsWindows
Mobile ApplicationNo
Supported CountriesNorth America, Latin America, EMEA, APAC, APJ
Supported LanguagesEnglish, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese

Frequently Asked Questions

WhatsUp Gold developed by Ipswitch (acquired by Progress Software May 2019) offers network performance monitoring and mapping. It supports core monitoring features, including automated workflows and network capacity planning, and monitors across hybrid environments.

Nagios Core, SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor (NPM), and PRTG Network Monitor are common alternatives for Progress WhatsUp Gold.

Reviewers rate Support Rating highest, with a score of 4.2.

The most common users of Progress WhatsUp Gold are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Computer Software industry.

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John Glenn | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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  • It monitors what we need at an affordable price.
  • It's hard to put an ROI on a product we use for maintenance but we were able to consolidate another product into this and avoid an additional cost.
  • It does help our network staff streamline their daily processes and tasks but eliminating the need for individual checks.
Score 7 out of 10
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  • As I mentioned earlier, the monitoring of the external environment and uptime is a necessity. An hour down is a 1% loss of revenue per day which may not sound like much but in a million dollar company, that 1% is a huge chunk.
  • The backup configuration has been very handy in turn around time for failed equipment. I did have a homegrown way of backing up configurations but had to check daily and verify every backup. This becomes very time consuming and a waste of company time.
  • Only negative is the mapping. In the Cisco world CDP is a great way to map connections and they don't seem to do it that way.
March 31, 2017

WhatsUp Gold Premium

Gary Lamontagne | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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  • Alerts IT team members when things go down after regular business hours. IT team is able to fix the issue before users arrive the next day.
  • Saves on system downtime and lost productivity
  • Remote monitoring means less staff hours spent checking for potential problems.