Opsview Monitor SMB Plan
What do I get with an SMB Plan?
(AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform)
(Linux/Unix and Windows)
(Servers, Storage and Networking)
(Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB, PostgreSQL and more)
(VMware and Hyper-V)
(Switches, Routers, Bridges, Firewalls, Gateways and more)
|Dev Tools and Applications
(Jenkins, Puppet, Elasticsearch, Salesforce and more)
|5 Support Tickets
|Upgrades, patches, OS
|Up to 300
A Host is any monitored device, in a physical environment such as a router, switch or server or in a virtualized environment a Host would be each Virtual Machine with a unique IP address.
Opsview SMB Plan customers are billed annually in advance. We invoice in GB Pounds, US Dollars, and Euros. Pricing excludes 20% VAT which will be added for UK/EU customers. To find out more, see our full terms & conditions.
Renewal notices will be sent via email prior to your expiry date with a link to renew. To renew online: log in, click on your name at the top of the page, and then click the Subscriptions tab. There will be buttons to renew for 1 or 2 years which will start the checkout process.
What if I need to add more hosts or the Reporting, Scalability, or Network Analyzer add-ons?
Your subscription can be upgraded from your account at any time during your subscription to add hosts or Enterprise Add-ons. The price difference will be calculated based on the amount of time left on your current subscription. To upgrade your subscription: log in, click on your name at the top of the page, and then click on the Subscriptions tab. Click the upgrade button and there will options to either purchase Enterprise Add-ons or upgrade to a plan that includes more hosts.
Please talk to our helpful Sales team at email@example.com to discuss your requirements.
Opsview Cloud is available for companies monitoring 150 or more hosts. It is completely managed by us to meet your company's specific monitoring requirements. Please talk to our Sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements.
Opsview's Business Service Monitoring (BSM) allows you to create groupings of hosts and services like Hashtags but take it further. BSM allows you to alert on the health of a service, rather than an individual Service Check. For example, if you have a database and a replica set up, the database service can still be considered OK if one of them fails, but CRITICAL if they both fail. BSM allows you to easily see the overall status of your high-level services, giving a much broader view of your overall service status rather than just viewing individual host status. You can see the status of Business Services in the dedicated BSM view or using dashlets within the dashboards. Just like Hashtags, Business Service Monitoring can be used in the reporting module to generate reports. Since BSM understands the system dependencies and relationships, real SLA reports can be generated, no need for manual calculations.