All our networking and security equipment are monitored out-of-the-box as well as all our server infrastructure
What is our primary use case?
We use it internally for our own monitoring and to monitor applications. We use it to monitor our infrastructure and our client's infrastructure. We are using the latest version.
Pros and Cons
"The quick to build monitoring dashboards are the most valuable aspect of it because of the speed at which you can produce dashboards, which have a huge amount of information, across multiple sites. We use a lot of 0-based dashboards or dashboards that give us information about how our infrastructure is performing. The amount of insight that we can gain from a 30-second glance at a dashboard and a very clear view of how the infrastructure is working around the planet are good."
"Some of the dashboard capabilities are being extended. There are a few bits and pieces that they could do to make them even more flexible than what they are."
What other advice do I have?
Talk to someone at LogicMonitor and try it out. I would say that's an absolute must. I think anyone who signs in and uses it for a few hours will quickly realize its capabilities and how good it is. Biggest lesson learnt: Knowing the value of a well-created dashboard. Making sure that it's actionable in terms of showing meaningful information. It can be quite a powerful thing if you have the right statistics or a way the data can be presented on a dashboard. This has been very useful, and it is great if you can put it up on a screen. We don't make extensive use of AIOps. We are hoping to get a…