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Dashboards allow you to build a customized, strategic view of your systems, presented in the way that is most relevant to you and your business.
Dashboards can serve a variety of functions. They are commonly used to provide:
Once you have created a dashboard, as discussed in Creating Dashboards, you will select from a variety of widgets to build out its display. See Widget Overview for more information on widgets.
Overview and instance graphs can also be added to a dashboard directly from the Resources page, as discussed in Graphs Tab.
Dashboard groups allow you to organize your dashboards based on shared characteristics, such as by application, office/datacenter location, or customer (if you are a managed service provider). You can restrict viewership of dashboard groups with the User permissions dialog.
Dashboard groups can be further divided into subgroups. Two common use cases for subgroups are:
You can create a subgroup containing new or existing dashboards by designating a “Parent Group” in the “Add Dashboard Group” configuration dialog.
The uses for dashboards can be as varied as the types of devices monitored in LogicMonitor, but there are some common types across accounts. These include:
Dashboards can be:
The following video provides a general overview of dashboards and widgets.
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