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OP GUARDIAN

a MSP Solution for Pandora FMS Enterprise customers who want to provide SaaS to their clients

Powerful infrastructure monitoring

For Windows, Mac, Linux and Unix.

Flexible desktop management

For Linux, Windows and Mac.

Network monitoring

WEB, DNS, SNMP, latency and more services in the cloud.

Agentless monitoring

With autodiscovery, using local probes.

Log collection

Put all the pieces together with the monitoring information.
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Alerts & Notifications

Email, SMS and Telegram included.

Remote desktop

Access to your Linux, Windows and Mac systems, from the browser of any device.
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File transfer

Easily transfer files between different devices.

Remote Shell

Solve problems from the remote Shell, for any OS, from the browser of any device.

Why OpGuardian?

Fast ROI

Offer better service to your final customers, using your current plattform, adding just a new component.

Cost-efficiency

Better TCO compared to other solutions.

Innovation

Pure SaaS application, developed from scratch.

Proven base

Made by the developers of Pandora FMS and eHorus, +12 years of experience.

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Mobile first approach

Designed to be used in mobile… or desktop. Anytime, from anywhere. No need to install any application.

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100% Cloud

No servers to maintain, no clients to install. Save time, money and trouble.
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Cross-plattform

Windows, Mac and Linux compatibility.
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End-user oriented

Final customer will have a end-user interface, very easy to use and eye-candy UI.

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Long-term trending data

Access logs, and monitoring data from months or years ago. 

How safe is OpGuardian?

Customer account is protected by an optional double-authentication protocol.

100% multitenant. Made for MSP like you.

Establish a private, one-off password for each group, that won’t be saved anywhere.
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Get a detailed history of all connections or access attempts on each piece of hardware.
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OpGuardian encrypts all communications with end-to-end SSL.
Access to each computer can be restricted, and enabled solely by requesting the current user to authorize access.