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Introduction to SolarWinds EOC

Created by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Jan 16, 2017

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SolarWinds Enterprise Operations Console (EOC) collects network performance data from an installed base of SolarWinds Servers, and summarizes this data into a composite, centralized network performance view.

SolarWinds EOC can collect data from these SolarWinds products:

  • IPAM 1.7.1 and later
  • NCM integration moduoe 5.5.2 - 6.1
  • NCM 7.0 and later
  • NPM 9.5 SP5 and later
  • NTA 3.6 and later
  • SAM (formerly APM) 2.5 and later
  • UDT 2.0 and later
  • VNQM (formerly IP SLA) 3.1 and later

Why install EOC?

SolarWinds EOC offers network engineers a single consolidated command center to monitor their entire enterprise network using remote SolarWinds Server deployments. Network engineers responsible for monitoring enterprise-wide network performance for the company need to proactively maintain network stability and instantly respond to any network issues, even if those issues occur at remote locations.

Point-and-Click Setup

After deploying SolarWinds Servers across your network in remote locations, SolarWinds EOC can be installed and configured in a matter of minutes. Unlike complex enterprise management solutions, SolarWinds EOC deployment requires no consultants.

WAN-Optimized Architecture

Enable network growth by monitoring several-hundred-thousand-element networks using dozens of remote SolarWinds Server deployments running simultaneously without affecting WAN performance.

In this manner, SolarWinds EOC ensures that network resources are correctly utilized to optimally deliver business services across enterprise-wide, geographically-distributed networks.

How does EOC work?

SolarWinds EOC aggregates the current status of your SolarWinds Servers and presents this data in the SolarWinds EOC Web Console. Administrators can restrict what SolarWinds data each SolarWinds EOC user is permitted to see. These restrictions can be set on an individual basis by customizing user settings and on a group basis by defining roles.

Some example restrictions include the following:

  • Restricting non-administrator roles from viewing NetFlow data.
  • Limiting the network nodes and events that users with restricted access may see.
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