Centreon Data Visualization

What are your impressions of the data visualization features of this solution?

Matan Moser
Project Manager, Cloud Services with 501-1,000 employees
In terms of the data visualization features, since we're not looking for anything too particular or too complex, it works for us. it's very easy to find exactly what alerts you have. It's very easy to filter by a specific alert. It's very easy to search. It's very easy to configure a specific relation between alerts, to see what's good and what's bad at a given place. I would compare it to something like Excel, perhaps. Visually, it's very easy to work with. Maybe you can't get things that are too complicated or have some sort of BI, but it has what we're looking for. What we need to understand is: Where is the alert, is there anything else affected, is it clear? And then resolve it as fast as we can. It's a very straightforward, non-complex GUI. We've trained a lot of people. It was very easy for everyone. It wasn't something that someone specific had to get used to. When we were looking for different solutions - because we ran out of the support for Centreon - we tested Centreon against a few other solutions, and we understood the advantage of Centreon, especially the GUI.
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GlobalOp1568
Global Operations Center Engineer at a logistics company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The data visualization features are very simple and straightforward, yet very informative.
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Tim Huerter
Senior Networking Consultant at S&L
The data visualization features are great because you can get a view of the past. You can see some concurrent data correlations, because you can see how was your data usage in the past couple of weeks or months, so you can do capacity planning for the future. E.g., for capacity management, if you have to expand your storage, then you have more possibilities to use third-party modules or you could also buy a commercial one, like Centreon MAP, which is an enterprise feature of Centreon. Using the module, you can make a map of your infrastructure, so you can get a few different dependencies.
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