Scalability is one of its strong points. A manager server (hub) can manage a lot of nodes. Adding another hub is really straightforward. You just need to make sure you have plenty of storage for both the database and the primary hub.
CA Unified Infrastructure Management has built-in redundancy functionality. When a component fails, another one can take over its tasks.
Another major advantage is the easy configuration management. When you define standard “base” monitoring templates and on top of those, define “differential” templates, having a tool that allows you to manage these hundreds (and even thousands) of templates in an organized manner is an absolute necessity. CA Unified Infrastructure Management not only allows you to manage the templates, but the new MCS module allows you to dynamically assign them to groups.
With over 200 different probes (agents) available, CA Unified Infrastructure Management can monitor even the most heterogeneous environments.
The Event Management module (alarm server and alert console) is feature-rich. It allows for some advanced, alert processing and correlation.
Create informative dashboards and deploy them to the appropriate application teams.