section of the user interface contains all of the analytics and interpretation
sections of Opsview Monitor, including:
My Dashboards: A fully customizable analytics section; here
you can create your own specific views from 25+ Dashlets. These Dashlets allow
you to take various sections from the Opsview Monitor software and view them on
a single screen, e.g. you could have a Dashboard that contains data from
‘Hashtags’, ‘Events Viewer’ and ‘Host Groups, Hosts and Services’.
Host Groups, Hosts and Services: An analytics section where you can view the
health of all the Hosts and Service Checks monitored by Opsview Monitor. These Hosts and Service Checks can be investigated, allowing for pinpoint accuracy
when it comes to analyzing issues.
Hashtags: An analytics section where you can view the health of all
objects tagged with specific Hashtags, i.e. is there anything in Opsview
Monitor tagged with ‘#important’ in a non-OK state?
Events Viewer: Provides you the insight into the history of
Opsview Monitor, i.e. ‘What happened at 6am yesterday?’. The Events Viewer can
be filtered various ways, i.e. ‘Only show CRITICAL events, that occurred on
Graph Center: Graph Center enables the mass creation and sharing of
graphs. If you want to see all of the objects in a given Hashtag in a graph
format, or if you want to specify a Service Check and view the values of every Host using the Service Check then this is the place.
Notifications: A section that provides a historical view of
all notifications sent by Opsview Monitor, including who the notification was
sent to, for which problem, and via which method, i.e. email, SMS, and so on.
Problems: A section which will display all Service Checks currently in a non-OK state within the Opsview Monitor system. This can be filtered, i.e. only show
me non-OK, unhandled issues.
Scheduled Downtimes: A section that allows you to view any
active, pending or historical downtime (maintenance window/period) within the
Opsview Monitor system. You can also choose to cancel downtime if it has not
NetAudit: An extra module that is installed as part of the Network
Analyzer, the NetAudit section allows you to view and compare backups of
network device configuration, or to see if any configuration changes have been made.
This is a great place to securely back up your configs to.
Reporting: A module that is included in Enterprise/MSP and is an add-on
for Pro edition customers, the Reports Module connects to the Opsview Data
Warehouse (ODW) and allows for historical reporting on items such as ‘Cost of
downtime’, ‘Events’, ‘SLA’ and more. These reports can be re-branded, and emailed
automatically in a .pdf format to pre-determined recipients at pre-determined