Avaya Visualization Performance and Fault Manager Base (v. 3.0) - license a

Mfg. Part: AH3313109-3.0 | CDW Part: 4232703 | UNSPSC: 43232804
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  • (v. 3.0)
  • license and media
  • up to 500 network devices
  • DVD
  • Linux
  • Win
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  • (v. 3.0)
  • license and media
  • up to 500 network devices
  • DVD
  • Linux
  • Win
Avaya understands network management and recognizes that offering you the right networking tools can lead to positive and significant benefits for your business. For example, network applications that automate tasks and reporting can improve efficiency. Having management tools within a single unifying framework can help improve workflow, reduce training requirements and decrease the complexity of managing a 'hyperconnected' network and provide you with a smooth path to unified communications.

The VPFM can discover every device on your network, even if you deploy equipment from numerous vendors. The application transforms complex network topology into simple-to-use, hierarchy-based maps, giving you clear, end-to-end views that help you quickly determine if network issues are physical or logical in nature.

The VPFM can help increase productivity for support personnel as well as every user on the network. The application enables you to determine that a switch has gone down, view which users are connected to the switch, and perform impact analysis. For example, if an email server fails, the VPFM allows you to identify which users are affected and take proactive measures.

The Visualization Performance and Fault Manager is an integral part of the Avaya Unified Communications Management (UCM) solution. This solution leads the industry in offering comprehensive, integrated management capabilities across data and voice over both wired and wireless networks.

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