Miguel DeCamps

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  1. It would be great if I could create a user role that had power user capabilities but without the ability to escalate their own account to the administrator level. The role would need to have permissions to create new users.
  2. Would it be possible to architect the logic monitor collectors so that a Managed Network Service Provider can cluster collectors together to create one logical giant collector? Logically, the collector will act as one but physcially be comprised of multiple. This can offer better reliability, scalability, and manageability. With the current Logicmonitor collector model, when we reach the capacity of our agent collector, our options are to provide additional resources or spin up a new collector for the additional monitoring work loads. This creates a new physical and logical instance of the collector. Now, the staff, would need to be notified not to use the primary collector due to resource constraints. If collectors can ultimately be clustered a user interface could be added to manage the logical instance and assign devices to the resources. This can avoid confusion of going thru a long list of large collectors and have a single logical collector to choose from. -BCMOne Team
  3. If this does not exist THIS IS A REQUIREMENT!!!!!! I have 100's of alerts at this point in time that can be triggered if something goes down in a key system. How is it that this monitoring system does not have this feature as of yet? for Managed Service Providers having the ability to squelch alarms when parent systems and or services go down is a de facto standard.
  4. Looking for a way to change the BODY of an automatic alert that would be sent out to our clients based on the STATUS of the Notification is it in ACTIVE? OR ACK? OR CLEARED. We come from another monitoring tool (check_mk) that supported flexible notifications via scripts we could create and integrate into the core alerting system. It seems that we are limited to one template which makes our alerts to clients a bit confusing. Also in automatic alerts it would be nice to have a TOKEN that would allow you to embed a graph of the datasource over the last hour showing visually when the issue occured. It seems that all that is supported is RICH text Sincerely, Miguel
  5. In this case its an inventory report for different buckets our hosts would fall into such as FULL | MNR | MON | DISCO for that one custom property. Ultimately in the reporting engine it would be nice to have the ability of using regular expressions to filter on values of fields. -Miguel
  6. It would be nice that when building a report you can filter by the value of a CUSTOM PROPERTY VALUE instead of having to create a dynamic group that links to an appliesToFunction in order to create a dataset for your report. As an example we have different ServiceLevels of monitoring we offer our clients so each of our devices has a custom property value named ServiceLevel with a particular value. So if I wanted report that shows me all devices in a particular servicelevel the reporting engine does not allow me to filter for a specific value of the field rather will display all values of that field. The workaround has been to build dynamic device groups that filter hosts using the logicmodule applies to function, we then attach the dynamic device group to the report. This is problematic in a production environment because you can mistakenly clear alerts if you uncheck alerting in the dynamic group. Reporting should be self contained as to not potentially cause a problem in the production environment. If someone has a better way without the need to export the data into excel and further filter it i'm all ears.
  7. Hello we have recently migrated to logicmonitor and previously used Check_mk Nagios. I was wondering if there was a way to include a data point for each check that timestamps the last time the check changed state. As an example if I was sending PING checks to a host it would be nice to know at a glance without having to look at a graph when was the last time the PING check went into a CRITICAL or WARNING state.