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  1. Our CTO is asking me to provide a daily email report of some key metrics to our clients and internal stakeholders. I'm able to create a suitable report and email it, however his concern is the number of clicks to view the report. The belief is that the email will just go straight to trash if our clients can't see the report in the email body. For me, using gmail, I have to download the attachment first, then open it from my laptop. Two options we talked about were: 1. Use the HTML report as the body of the email rather than an attachment (surely the days of text-only email clients are gone) 2. A configurable/dynamic subject to provide some hint of what the report actually contains, e.g. the uptime for a particular service over the last 24 hours. If the subject said "100% Uptime", there is no reason to open the report, if the subject said "98% Uptime" I can open to see more detail. Does anyone else have any ideas on how to make reports a little more effective for a somewhat apathetic audience?
  2. TonyPags

    Alert Test Report

    I started a chat under ticket 119191 and discussed this with Seth. I would like you to consider this for your next roadmap. I want to be able to see what alerts "would fire" without enabling the alerts. Scenario: Onboarding 10 new devices to a new group with alerting disabled. I want to QUICKLY see how many would fire if I enabled them. No hunting, no slowly turning each one up one by one to prevent the new alert deluge. Maybe a report with applied thresholds and current values with clear indicators what alert level the value is within at the report runtime.
  3. TonyPags

    Alert Test Report

    I started a chat under ticket 119191 and discussed this with Seth. I would like you to consider this for your next roadmap. I want to be able to see what alerts "would fire" without enabling the alerts. Scenario: Onboarding 10 new devices to a new group with alerting disabled. I want to QUICKLY see how many would fire if I enabled them. No hunting, no slowly turning each one up one by one to prevent the new alert deluge. Maybe a report with applied thresholds and current values with clear indicators what alert level the value is within at the report runtime.
  4. CBU BA DUDE

    CSV exports with tabular data

    Most often, when people export to a csv or excel format their intent is to receive table data in a tabular format because they're going to pivot it out, chart it, or conduct some sort of analytics/BI function. It would be nice if your csv exports didn't require manipulation of the data to remove erroneous data/whitespace for consumability as a table datasource. This is specifically a problem in Website Overview reports.
  5. For context, I'm a consumer of LogicMonitor csv/excel report exports only - I am required to aggregate my exports outside of LogicMonitor so I can use the availability data from our website endpoint checks to build Tableau Reports. Thus, it would be incredibly helpful to my organization if I could obtain an export (csv/excel) from LogicMonitor that contained all webservices downtime (NOT aggregated and reported as ##h ##m ##s) with datetimes for each period of missed polls (downtime). For example, each line in the spreadsheet contain the endpoint details and the start/stop time. For periods of flapping, each there would be multiple lines for the same endpoint, each with their own start and end times. Knowing when downtime is occurring AND knowing if it occurred during a scheduled maintenance period are essential pieces of information necessary to advance availability reporting for our cloud applications and ensure we maintain our SLA (which discounts application downtime for planned maintenance). I draw out my data daily, via a website overview report that excludes SDT from the reported downtime in a csv export.
  6. Looking for a way to generate a daily report for instances that are in the Unmonitored Group. By default, we place new instances in that group and need a mechanism to identify those on a daily basis.
  7. joedalton

    Custom reports

    I have a requirement to automate reporting which is straightforward. However I also have a requirement to have the report include our company logo and use formatting of our choosing. The idea would be to have these reports automatically generated and delivered to customers without manual intervention. Hopefully this is a feature which I have yet to discover and if anyone has cracked it I would love to know the process.
  8. Jake Schmidt

    Weekday Reports

    Hello, I'm looking to have an option to send dashboard reports only on weekdays. Less clutter for emails I don't need/read on the weekend. Thanks! Jake
  9. We break out our dashboards by our environment. SQL Prod, SQL Stage, SQL Test, and so on... We can have a single report with one dashboard report attached to it. What would be nice, is if I could have one email with the links to the different dashboards. Thank you! Jake
  10. Luis Fernando

    Report with #devices and #services

    Hi Guys, I need create a report to show the number of devices and services by group. Someone can help me? Regards
  11. We often get requests from our clients that say "Show me everything you're monitoring for me". I think it makes sense as a new standard report type, although i understand it will be extremely difficult for Logicmonitor to create. Nonetheless, Here would be my suggestion for this: In some ways, organized like the UI For each host, a list of all the datasources that apply Option to include the host properties in a table format. For each datasource that applies to the host: Name of Datasource List of instances/instance groups Datapoint List, with Thresholds Somehow show overridden thresholds this is the key, but also the challenge It may simply be too large of a task with too little support, but by posting it here, i hope that many people share this need, so that we can get it accepted for the roadmap.
  12. Bruce Berger

    Custom Reports - need help

    I am trying out the new custom reporting feature introduced in April but I have yet to produce a working report. Has anyone been able to produce a meaningful report and if so, are you willing to share a template? What I'm trying to do is produce a tabular report showing each volume for every device for a Group of Windows Servers. Rows should be Device/Volume, Columns should be Instance, Capacity, FreeSpace. Thanks!
  13. Hi, The netflow report on instances is great but even though I spend the time naming the details of the sources, destinations and port's in the traffic tab, the report only shows IP addresses and port numbers which is unhelpful. Having the naming transferred to the report would be very beneficial. Thanks.