Kerry DeVilbiss

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  1. @Archana - that functionality is not currently available in the product. I will relay your request to our product team, and feel free to also reach out to your customer success manager to open a request. Best, Kerry
  2. @Archana - the widgets you mentioned (Big Number, Table) are generally intended to show current-moment-in-time metrics, so they need to pull from the "latest" datapoint. Sounds like you are requesting that they pull from the latest datapoint *within* the configured time period, is that a fair assessment? If you can provide more details about your use case we can probably advise further. Cheers, Kerry
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    Infoblox Monitoring

    Hey @Richard Collisn - apologies for the delay! Due to popular demand, I'm actually in the middle of cleaning these up and checking for any new available data right now; I'll be sure to reach out as soon as I've done so. (Should be within the next week or two.) Cheers, Kerry
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    Cisco Firepower data source

    Our Monitoring team released Cisco Firepower DataSources (+ PropertySource) to the core repository last night - check your portals for the download! Cheers, Kerry
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    LogicMonitor Custom HTTP Integrations

    @Blake - not yet for the API, unfortunately. I've looked around but haven't been able to find anything yet; will be sure to update the repository if/ when that happens and make sure someone reaches out. I believe that they can also ingest LogicMonitor alert emails, but acknowledge that's less than ideal.
  6. In a little bit of a low profile announcement, we released the ability to import and export Custom HTTP integrations in LogicMonitor v.118! Using the collective available knowledge, I've sanitized and exported a handful of them as examples and/or starting points for anyone looking to utilize these solutions. See my 'LogicMonitor Integrations' Github repository to review and download the .JSON files for import to your LogicMonitor portal. Currently published integrations include: - Big Panda (Two Parts) - Freshdesk - Hipchat Server - Microsoft Teams - Neptune IO - OpsGenie - Status.IO - VictorOps - Zendesk
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    Oracle Database Monitoring

    @dharrison - they are available in the core repository (see my post above.)
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    NetApp dashboard

    @mnagel - thanks for the catch - updated the published JSON, appreciate it!
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    NetApp dashboard

    @Tanvir - I just published an example, as well - uses the latest versions of all the NetApp Cluster datasources. https://github.com/kdevilbiss/Dashboards/blob/master/NetApp.json
  10. @Thangadurai - you might take a look at our External Alerting feature - it has the ability to send alerts from a collector to an external resource (like Splunk.) I don't know how selective you are trying to be, so this might be overkill, but take a look! Cheers, Kerry
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    Integration with Autotask - Ticket Closure

    @Simon - I would reach out to our chat support for assistance on this.
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    Taking automated actions on alerts

    @Mike Moniz - sounds like maybe you've seen this - one of my colleagues wrote a scripted datasource that looks for stopped services, tries to restart them, and then reports back to LogicMonitor. (Which is nice, but not ideal as you've highlighted above.) There are no limit to the amount of integrations you can have, but our custom webhooks come from the SaaS portal, so getting "back to the device" is one of the major challenges here. We've tossed around the idea of sending webhooks to an orchestration tool that is accessible from the internet, but then we're just adding layers of complexity (and it's a hard strategy to officially endorse from the LM side.) I will offer that Actions are currently on our roadmap for the end of this year/ beginning of next year, so hopefully we'll see some officially productized functionality in this area in that timeframe. Cheers, Kerry
  13. Windows Server Core and (the free) Hyper-V Server Core are GUI-less versions of Windows that can be administered remotely with GUI tools. We've recently seen an uptick in requests for deployment of the collector to these platforms, as Windows introduces a lot of overhead with the addition of the GUI; the other compelling reason to go this route being that Hyper-V Core is a free license of Windows from Microsoft (similar to the free flavor of ESXi, only it can run a Windows collector!) Microsoft Documentation: Managing a Server Core Server Configure Server Core with the SConfig command Option A: Remote Desktop Install Establish a remote desktop session to the Server Core server using the instructions provided by Microsoft. Within the standard Command shell, type the word "PowerShell" to load a PowerShell session. Add a new (Windows) LogicMonitor Collector in your portal, and select the PowerShell command instead of the download. Paste (and run) the PowerShell command into the open PowerShell windows within the Remote Desktop Session on the Server Core server. You'll see a message indicating that the download has started, and after some time, the normal InstallShield Wizard will launch as expected. Complete the collector account configuration and proceed as you would with an OS with a GUI. Collect on! Additional methods are certainly possible (Windows Admin Center, Remote PowerShell, more?) and as I have a chance to test/ validate, I will continue to update this post.
  14. @Simon O'Sullivan, You can still use AppliesTo to make a dynamic group and pull all the devices missing those properties into the group, using the following example: isCisco() && !(ssh.user) && !(ssh.pass) This should get you all Cisco devices that don't have both of the SSH credential pieces set. Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any questions or concerns... Best, Kerry
  15. Pi-hole is a network-level, advertisement and internet tracker blocking, caching and forwarding DNS sinkhole, and optionally a DHCP server, intended for use on a private network. The latest versions of Pi-hole expose an API that allows you to track key performance indicators of Pi-hole performance. I'm publishing the following materials for Pi-hole as I used it on my local network at home: PropertySource that automatically identifies Pi-hole servers based on HTTP response and adds the category "Pi-hole" to the device. addCategory_pihole has a LogicMonitor locator code of G4J6RY DataSource that monitors the Pi-hole and associated statistics on a LogicMonitor device with the system.category of "Pi-hole." DNS_Server_Pihole_Summary has a LogicMonitor locator code of 43WHXH Dashboard that utilizes the DataSource to approximate the look and feel of the metrics provided by Pi-Hole itself. Pi-hole Dashboard is available in my own personal Github account.