Overall Satisfaction with Auvik
Auvik keeps us abreast of the networks we manage. We get stats on firewalls, wan connections, ESXi hosts, switches, and other connectivity. Notifications on a WAN connection going down lets us investigate with the ISP right away on outages. High utilization of switches and ports lets us know if a workstation or server is going haywire.
- WAN connection monitoring
- Mapping networks
- Switch utilization
- ESXi host monitoring
- SNMP connectivity with Fortinet Access Points
- Showing port connectivity from switch to switch
- Drawing the map of networks
- Well priced for features
- Easy to onboard a new client
- Shows the client things they did not know they had
Auvik is great because the collector can pull so much information without having a collector on each network segment. Some similar products (I'm looking at you, Network Glue) need a collector on each VLAN to properly get the information you want. Auvik can do this from one single collector that can be packed onto an existing server. This saves a license cost as well as guarantees uptime of the collector.
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Auvik is great to pull in additional information to pack into IT Glue. Getting all of that connectivity information with MAC addresses, workstations, IoT devices, and other things that don't always show up in Active Directory is great. Want to see rogue access points? They will show up as well as when first connected.