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Larry J. Zimmerman

Advisory Systems Engineer - Federal Division

EMC Corporation

HQ Phone:  (508) 435-1000

Direct Phone: (480) ***-****direct phone

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EMC Corporation

176 South Street

Hopkinton, Massachusetts,01748

United States

Company Description

EMC Corporation is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver IT as a service. Fundamental to this transformation is cloud computing. Through innovative products and services, EMC accelerates the jour...more

Background Information

Employment History

Network Analyst

EDS Corporation


Network Analyst

Clarian Health Partners , Inc.


OpenView Network Node Manager Software

Hewlett-Packard Company


Principal Consultant, Technical Sales

CA


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Heather Burke, Claire Smith, Dorothy Lippert, Joe Watkins, and Larry Zimmerman, eds.
Heather Burke, Claire Smith, Dorothy Lippert, Joe Watkins, and Larry Zimmerman, eds. Heather Burke, Claire Smith, Dorothy Lippert, Joe Watkins, and Larry Zimmerman, eds.


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One of the first things Larry Zimmerman did when he started work as network administrator for Clarian Health in Indianapolis was shut down three servers running Hewlett-Packard's OpenView Network Node Manager software.Instead, he loaded one server with Concord Communication's eHealth suite of network- and performance-management products. "I liked the product because it was more user friendly.With OpenView, I had a lot of problems getting the [management information bases] to work, and the software generated a lot of false alarms," Zimmerman says.And in fairness to HP OpenView, Zimmerman says he's on his own managing 10,000 devices, so he simply doesn't have time to work out the kinks in the software."Concord was pretty much out of the box.In about three to four days, [eHealth] was polling every device, receiving traps and giving me reports."The reporting features in eHealth were a major draw to Zimmerman, as more and more members of upper management asked to see reports on how the network performed in relation to their department.Concord's product offers several standard reports and lets users customize reports. Advertisement:


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For Larry Zimmerman, it was a case of too many features with OpenView.One of the first things Zimmerman did when he started as a network administrator for Clarian Health in Indianapolis was shut down three servers running HP OpenView Network Node Manager software.He then loaded one server with Concord Communications eHealth suite of network and performance management products."I liked the product because it was more user-friendly.With OpenView, I had a lot of problems getting the [management information bases] to work, and the software generated a lot of false alarms, "Zimmerman said."Concord was pretty much out of the box.In about three to four days, (eHealth) was polling every device, receiving traps and giving me reports."But Concord isn't the only vendor out there offering ease of use in its network management tools.Lucent Technologies has been offering its management portfolio called VitalSuite for almost eight years.With a starting price of US$53,000, roughly half the cost of one of the larger platforms, VitalSuite can act as complete solution or as point products in different areas of a network.


www.nwfusion.com [cached]

One of the first things Larry Zimmerman did when he started work as network administrator for Clarian Health in Indianapolis was shut down three servers running Hewlett-Packard's OpenView Network Node Manager software.Instead, he loaded one server with Concord Communication's eHealth suite of network- and performance-management products. "I liked the product because it was more user friendly.With OpenView, I had a lot of problems getting the [management information bases] to work, and the software generated a lot of false alarms," Zimmerman says.And in fairness to HP OpenView, Zimmerman says he's on his own managing 10,000 devices, so he simply doesn't have time to work out the kinks in the software."Concord was pretty much out of the box.In about three to four days, [eHealth] was polling every device, receiving traps and giving me reports."The reporting features in eHealth were a major draw to Zimmerman, as more and more members of upper management asked to see reports on how the network performed in relation to their department.Concord's product offers several standard reports and lets users customize reports. Advertisement:


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"With eHealth, it's much easier to generate useful information," Network Administrator Larry Zimmerman said.


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