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Upgrade Your Career: Get HP ExpertOne Certified on NNMi v9

You already know that HP Network Node Manager i (NNMi) software gives your network operations team powerful capabilities for managing networks of any size. Many of you reading this may already be certified on HP Network Management Center Software. So why upgrade to NNMi v9?

 

NNMi v9 is a major upgrade, with powerful new tools to help you manage your network. Gone are the days when consoles were bombarded with huge event streams of meaningless and disconnected events. NNMi v9 analyzes incoming events in real time through RCA and correlates them on a massive scale. Instead of having thousands of events visible in the browser, NNMi can generate a single root-cause-based incident with the events being correlated under the parent incident.

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About the Author(s)
  • Cynthia is a world-wide product marketing manager for HP ExpertOne, focusing on Cloud, Converged Infrastructure and Server certifications.
  • 20+ years in IT with the last 10 as a data center architect. Passion for technology, gadgets and the outdoors. Always looking for ways to blend them together in one big adventure.
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