In our company we have decided to move forward and try different tools to monitor our IT infrastructure along with our business activity. We are looking for a holistic software able to allow us to monitor since the network and machines status (bandwidth, ram, hard disk, cpu, ...) to the state of our business processes. We have around 300 servers and we use different technologies such as Windows, AIX, Linux and HP-UX.
We run different applications, some are open source like MySQL, Apache and JBoss and other are enterprise solutions like Oracle, IBM Workflow, Message Broker, IBM Websphere, Tibco, ...
Apart from network, application and server monitoring we would like to monitor our public web sites, which are fully HTML developed in a proprietary architecture based on Java and public sited developed in Wordpress.
I have found some resources mentioning different network monitoring tools such as this article: https://blog.pandorafms.org/network-monitoring-tools/
Here there are many choices (best 16 network monitoring tools). However I am missing some solutions such as HP Openview, BMC or CA.
Said this, we would like to get from insight from some experts in the monitoring industry. After reviewing the best 16 network monitoring tools, I would like to know whether those solutions can scale and monitor above networks, servers and applications or should we move to HP Openview, BMC or CA.?
At this moment we have developed our own monitoring solution, which is quite old and we have to replace with a new one solution.
Thanks for this