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Depends on what features and modules you intend to use. Any device with standard SNMP support is "compatible" with solarwinds in a general sense. The most common issue for less common devices is that the out of the box hardware health monitoring might not be set up to poll the OID's used by your device, this is the current list used by NPM.
As far as monitoring interfaces goes Junipers get a little weird with how they do their physical/logical interfaces, so you normally need to add the physical interface to NPM to see stats like bandwidth utilization, but for UDT you need to add logical interfaces to get info on connected MAC addresses and such (except on 4300's as those apparently use different hardware internally and seem to report both sets of stats on the physical interface)
Never seen the Nokia or Coriant stuff in the wild so I can't speak to any oddball behaviors they might have.
Sound like you work for ISP
I have some Nokia : SAR you can get NPM/NCM to work regarding SNMP interface mib2 and NCM Backup.
You will need to use some UnDP for PSU/FAN.. (not OOB) or use traps
Juniper MX has "ok" support
need that UnDP (red &yellow) to get more from the OOB
jnxRedAlarmState (OID: 18.104.22.168.4.1.2622.214.171.124.3.1)
jnxYellowAlarmState (OID: 126.96.36.199.4.1.26188.8.131.52.2.1)
Coriant : 8665
NTA is not flow tool to ISP.