Reports

Which report should I use?

To help you determine which report best suits your objective, we've divided them into several primary categories.

Reports that Display Alert Data

Reviewing some alerts via report can ultimately reduce the number of alerts that you and your team members are being notified for (via text, email or voice call). You can review various aspects of alert data using the following reports:

  • Alerts report. The Alerts report allows you to review alerts across the resources (e.g. devices, websites, cloud resources) and/or groups of your choice for a specified time period. You can additionally include an alert count to see how many times each alert occurred during the time period.
  • Alert Trends report. The Alert Trends report summarizes the number of alerts (broken out by severity level) that occurred for one or more resources or groups for a specified period of time.
  • Alert SLA report. The Alert SLA report shows the amount of time that a set of resources were in warning, error and/or critical alert status over a specified period of time.
  • Alert Forecast report. The Alert Forecast report forecasts which datapoints are likely to go into alert within the next 30 days.
  • Website Overview report. The Website Overview report displays the percent time available, time not available, and alert information per checkpoint across one or more websites.

Reports that Display Monitored Data

You can review various aspects of monitored data (in both graphical and numerical formats) using the following reports:

  • Resource Metric Trends report. The Resource Metric Trends report allows you to see minimum, maximum, average, and percent change values for any datapoint that is available for a resource (i.e. device, cloud resource, website) or resource group.
  • Interface Bandwidth report. The Interface Bandwidth report displays maximum and average values for interface inbound and outbound throughputs across multiple resources.
  • NetFlow Device Metric report. The NetFlow Device Metric report shows top flows, top source endpoints, top destination endpoints, and top talkers across multiple NetFlow enabled devices.
  • Server CPU report. The Server CPU report displays minimum, maximum and average CPU values across multiple devices of different types (and with different CPU DataSources).
  • SLA report. The SLA report shows the percentage of time that one or more datapoint values met or didn't meet specified SLA thresholds.
  • Dashboard report.The Dashboard report lets you schedule, run, and deliver any dashboard as a report.
  • Website Overview report. The Website Overview report displays the percent time available, time not available, and alert information per checkpoint across one or more websites.

Reports that Display Resource Configuration Data

Quickly review various aspects of resource (i.e. device, cloud resource, website) configurations across your LogicMonitor account with these reports:

  • Alerts Thresholds report. The Alerts Thresholds report allows you to see the datapoint thresholds in effect across multiple resources, and shows you where you have disabled alerting.
  • Resource Inventory report. The Resource Inventory report provides system property details across one or more resource.
  • Resource Group Inventory report. The Resource Group Inventory report displays properties across one or more groups of resources.

Reports that Display User Data

You can review various aspects of user data, including user roles and user activity, using the following reports:

  • User report. The User report pulls data on each user in your LogicMonitor account, including their provisioned role as well as user-specific settings such as 2FA enablement, last login and action date, and contact information.
  • Role report. The Role report lists details for all user roles that have been created in the LogicMonitor system. It's an efficient way to overview the settings, privileges, and users assigned to your various user roles.
  • Audit Log report. The Audit Log report provides a summary of audit log entries and, similar to the Audit Log page itself, can be filtered and sorted according to various criteria.