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You may have noticed we snuck in a new widget last month, the HTML widget which enables you to display any secure webpage or URL within your dashboard. This month brings you a new NOC widget as well as Pie, Big Number, and Gauge widgets which enable you to distill some of your data intensive graphs into meaningful metrics for your business.
The new and improved NOC widget has all the functionality from previous versions, along with the ability to:
See our help documentation for more information about the new NOC widget and how to configure it.
Whether your business measures success based on a the current value of a single metric, the aggregate value of metrics across devices, a value from your database, or a combination of any of the above, you can easily represent it in an at a glance view with the Big Number Widget.
For more information about the Big Number widget and how to configure it, see this page.
If the metric you’re keeping an eye on has a relative value, or is most meaningful to you as an aggregate value compared to a max, the Gauge widget may be your favorite new LogicMonitor feature.
For more information on the new Gauge Widget and how to configure it, see our documentation.
The Pie widget made a sneak appearance in Network Traffic Flow analysis, and is now available for which ever data you feel is best represented in it’s delicious pie form.
For more information about the Pie Widget and how to configure it, see this page.
Give the widgets a try and let us know what you think. What’s the most creative and meaningful way you can put them to use?
The AWS Monitoring (Beta) auto-discovers your AWS resources based on your API user access, services, locations, and tags. Equally important to auto discovering dynamic AWS resources is auto deleting them when monitoring information is no longer needed. This can be done in a few ways.
To make AWS configuration simpler, a default section has been added for setup, enabling you to set your most common regions and tags:
AWS monitoring will remain free throughout the beta period, billing will commence with the Commercial Release on August 1st. To give it a try, contact Support.
Raw Data is back!