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The HPE Intelligent Management Center (IMC) Basic Software Platform is a network management, software tool with unified resource and device management providing a lower total cost of ownership. The platform is designed for small- to medium-sized businesses with small network environments that need a single display screen to show their network infrastructures. It also provides information for trend analysis and capacity planning. The Intelligent Management Center (IMC) Basic Software Platform supports Hewlett Packard Enterprise and third-party devices and has a fixed-device limit of 50 nodes.
- Integration with Aruba AirWave, ClearPass and HPE OneView.
- Cisco Nexus support.
- VXLAN support.
- API enhancements.
Comprehensive Network Management for Small Networks
The HPE Intelligent Management Center Basic Software Platform is aimed at small- and medium-sized businesses or customers with small network environments and integrates fault management, element configuration, and network monitoring from a central vantage point with multi-vendor device support.
Contains license support for a maximum of 50 managed devices.
Simply and easily manage smaller networks from a central point.
Experience lower total cost of ownership (TCO) with less need for maintenance.
Leverage Data to Better Manage Your Networks
The HPE IMC Intelligent Management Center Basic Software Platform includes flexible and centralized reporting to provide information needed for network trend analysis and capacity planning. Customization options allow you to define parameters.
Integrated sFlow traffic analysis collects flow information from capable devices to identify bottlenecks, recognize anomalous traffic, and measure varying levels of traffic bandwidth to different services and applications. Provides a top-down view of traffic topology.
Monitors performance through TopN, trend analysis, summary data, and graph displays for wireless device statuses, alarm statistics, and AP traffic monitoring.