I wish I could understand why recent Novell products continue down the standalone monitoring route and insist on embedding Ganglia for "monitoring"
All monitoring attempts seem to revolve around enabling individual products rather than anything useful.

We already monitor SLES, Windows, network devices, printers etc etc with an excellent monitoring product.
It does eveything we need and integrates network, flow, disk, VM etc with coordinated alerting and reporting
There is an open standard for this that most of the planet uses - its called SNMP

SLES has it built in - and OES which by its very nature relies on SLES, ignores all of the capability of its host OS and instead seems to seek out the most obscure way to provide monitoring.
However, it seems that each of the Novell products that were moved to NetIQ are gaining SNMP monitoring.
In desperation we now use standard tools in SLES to monitor Tomcat to try to get some kind of view into the apps like Filr, Vibe & ZCM. But Groupwise, iPrint and the others are essential hidden from us.

The ability to effective monitor the services we provide is getting more and more important, yet OES (and GW, Filr, Vibe, ZCM etc) is getting more and more marginalized and already sits on the outside of the centrally monitored realm.
The monitoring tools I have in place already have built in monitoring for Exchange, Sharepoint, Windows server, SQL Server, Oracle, Linux, Network etc.

Soon it will get to the point that the inability to integrate Novell products into standards based (SNMP) enterprise monitoring tools will preclude them from use and we are perilously close to that now.