Micro Focus Releases New Edition of Network Management Program; Travis Greene quoted

software company Micro focus has released a new edition of its Network Operations Management program in Public Markets.

Micro Focus NOM 2022.05 expands the potential uses of the program to include troubleshooting, dashboards and reports functions of OPTIC Data Lake, the Newbury, UK-based company said on Monday.

Travis GreenSenior Product Marketing Manager ITOM at MF, said the new NOM software offers “metric reports and business value dashboards that deliver network data with a business lens,” which aims to enable network managers to “correlate network performance with broader IT service level agreements and overall business goals.

The NOM service is designed for implementation by enterprises, managed service administrators, and government agencies. Its deployment is that of a software product as a service.

The performance troubleshooting feature of the recently updated version of the NOM program is built on a high-capacity HTML-5 user interface and powers its problem by identifying with data-based evidence. Informed by performance metrics from various networks and situations, the troubleshooting module pinpoints slowdowns and issues and pinpoints correlations.

Additionally, NOM 2022.05 offers deeper grouping, planning and exporting functionality and the option for multiple objects for a selected metric. Users can easily merge their progress on previous editions of the program into the new model and use NOM 2022.05 in conjunction with Micro Focus’ Operations Bridge platform.

Micro Focus’s unveiling of the latest edition of NOM follows the company’s February partnership with Micro Focus Government Solutions to market select public sector cybersecurity products, pending FedRAMP approval. Through this collaboration, programs such as ArcSight Intelligence, NetIQ Advanced Authentication and NetIQ Identity Governance will be made available to interested government parties.

Ryan H. Bowman