In order to manage IT effectively, companies need a unified view of IT health, including all the layers and systems that provide services to the end-users. up.time’s latest release provides everything that IT managers and administrators need to stay in control of IT:
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In up.time 7.2, IT managers and system administrators can now see IT exactly the way they want to, with interactive dashboards that provide a complete view of datacenter health and performance (across any device). A simple and intuitive drag and drop dashboard design combined with easy to use templates make building dashboards a breeze.
New, Customizable Dashboards with Per-User & Team Sharing: Each user can now craft their own private dashboards and share those dashboards with team members. In minutes, using a drag and drop interface, have a custom display of your datacenter’s health & performance on any device you are using. This new, flexible dashboard provides everything you need right out-of-the-box, from world-view maps, to topology and dependency maps, to individual or group element status (perfect when you are focusing on optimizing a service/application or individual devices).
Set up Department, Group, and Individual dashboards: up.time 7.2 makes it easy to have high-level views of IT (departments or a datacenter NOC), group dashboards set up by team (server team, application team, network team, capacity planners, etc.), and individual dashboards focused on daily priorities. Dashboards can be kept private or shared.
New Gadget Library, No Coding Necessary: No more coding with a complete library full of up.time dashboard gadgets. These dashboard components can be easily shared between users or customized to fit your specific needs.
IT’s most important job is to deliver services to the end-users. While a unified view of IT is the first step to improving IT service delivery, how can IT make actionable steps towards better performance and less downtime of IT assets and services?
up.time now gives you a simple way to see potential problem areas before they hit end-users or impact availability targets with the new “Resource Hot Spot Report.”
|This new report in up.time 7.2 helps IT spot infrastructure problems before they take down applications and services. It’s a key checkpoint report that quickly identifies servers and network devices that are having performance issues, so that IT can immediately identify the root cause and lower overall MTTR.|
|Report on IT Service Delivery Problem Areas: Spot infrastructure problems before they take down applications and services.|
|Quickly See an IT “To-Do” List of Your Resource Hot Spots: Instantly see which servers, network devices, and VMs are consuming too many resources and on the verge of taking down applications and services.|
|Easily Highlight Key Bottlenecks: Immediately see which devices and elements are hoarding resources and creating system bottlenecks. Have the right information at your fingertips to know which bottlenecks are critical, and which aren’t.|
Availability is one of the most important metrics that IT can track. Not only does it highlight IT success, but it also provides IT with a clear picture of what devices and services are having a negative impact on overall availability. Now, in up.time 7.2, you can easily report on uptime and see trends in availability on specific devices, applications, services, groups, or across the entire IT Infrastructure. In fact, this report is a great first step toward SLA reporting.
|The Server Uptime Report provides a simple but powerful snapshot of infrastructure availability. Drill down into availability data by month, week, day, or hour for unique element outages. For example, this report helps determine if it’s the outage frequency or its duration that is contributing to total downtime the most.|
|An Availability Summary: Easily report on uptime and see trends in availability. View data summarized hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly for individual devices or for groups of infrastructure. Immediately identify elements having availability issues to improve uptime and reliability.|
|First Step Toward SLA Monitoring: This simple and quick report provides infrastructure level availability and uptime information. When ready, it’s easy to graduate to monitoring SLAs with up.time (application response, user experience, availability, etc.).|
Improve IT Service Delivery with Complete Reporting: Use this series of reports in up.time for a complete view of IT Service Delivery:
Finally, IT needs to measure progress over time, in order to prove success to executives and Line-of-Business managers. How can this be done easily and accurately, with tools already included in up.time??
New Platform Support in up.time 7.2
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