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We are currently running Sun Netmanager on a Sparc 10 under SunOS 4.1.3(?). We would like to move to HP Openview, but don't know if it is worth the effort to redo the Machine.

Are there any advantages/disadvantages to moving to HP over
Sun Netmanager?

We would like to have X-Terminal sessions (view only) to monitor at different locations on the campus.
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Both HPOV and SunNM are very similar in the functionality.
I use both product regularly for work
and personally I find HPOV a little easier and more intuitive
to work with. However, I do not know if it is that much better
that you should change from something you already know.
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