IT Operations Management Dashboards

Multiple IT Operations Management Dashboards on a Single Pane of Glass

ECM’s Dashboard tab provides you with a visual depiction of your IT Operations Management world. At a single glance, you can get a visual representation of the most recent alerts, historical trends, maintenance windows, system health, alert distribution, event processing distribution, event processing historical trends, correlations historical trends, and alert priority. You can even add a window that displays a useful website on the dashboard.

Add, Subtract and Rearrange Management Dashboards to Your Needs

Your environment is unique and you can tailor a suite of displets on the dashboard that make sense for you. You are not locked in to displaying all the dashboard displets. You pick and choose what you want. You may not need a web page displet, so, just delete it. You may have some new admins on board, so, display the Getting Started displet to shepherd them on their way to effective ECM usage.

Configure Management Dashboards to Your Needs

Each management dashboard displet offers an Edit feature that you use to tailor each displet to your specific needs. For example, in the System Health displet, you can configure the displet to display alerts against entity groups, services, or users. You can also specify which alert states to display and how to sort the data, and the refresh rate. Display several views of your data center side to side by selecting user-defined filters.

Create Multiple Management Dashboard and Link Them

You can create multiple dashboards and keep them to yourself, or share them with specific groups. You can save a dashboard configuration and link it to the current dashboard, reflecting current settings, and allowing you to change the visibility, order and size of grid columns on the Alerts displet, and the sorting, freezing and grouping of the grid on the Alerts displet.. You can also set a Default Dashboard setting to create a default dashboard for all users, so that everyone is on the same single pane of glass when observing your IT Operations Management world.

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