The Arrival of the Simplified Dashboard
With the release of DataMAPt Version 3.4 comes the eagerly awaited Simplified Dashboard, that uses the influence and style of the traditional DataMAPt dashboard (now named the Comprehensive Dashboard) to display the most vital information in large easy to see formats, and clear graphs.
Best of all, you can still see all object types, including those from IaaS vendors, in one window; DataMAPt’s Single Pane of Glass.
A little preview of the Simplified Dashboard
The layout is fantastic for administrators looking for infrastructure’s overall health, or showing managers overall performance for quick direction into what is causing problems, or areas of needed improvement.
The Simplified Dashboard was built to display IaaS objects from ProfitBricks, AWS, Microsoft Azure, and other IaaS vendors on one single screen, something that is not commonplace in a full feature RMM tool. With potentially thousands of new IaaS objects being created daily, having the ability to see items from multiple vendors at once could be vital to reducing costs and becoming more efficient.
The Simplified Dashboard has the same excellent functionality and information as the Comprehensive Dashboard, but with a much cleaner and visually appealing format.
One of the most useful features of DataMAPt is its ability to drilldown to an object, and see detailed information about its connections, system specs, and usage statistics. That drilldown ability is as accessible in the Simplified Dashboard, as it is in the Comprehensive Dashboard.
The Simplified Dashboard was created to be as intuitive as possible, while still giving you the great detailed information that defines the service. As DataMAPt’s feature set continues to grow, you can be sure the Simplified Dashboard will remain clean and easy to use.