2014-12-09 11:43:00 UTC

When evaluating Event Monitoring, what aspect do you think is the most important to look for?


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99 Answers
Vendor

Actionable alarms and minimal chattiness

2017-07-18 14:25:36 UTC18 July 17
User

Integration, so that when an event is created, action can be performed easily, preferably minimising human intervention.

2017-02-27 12:26:25 UTC27 February 17
Vendor

Easy to use with simple UI, ability to recover from failures with out any loss of data, allows easy searching through event data, customization, intelligence to correlate different events

2016-10-04 03:55:12 UTC04 October 16
Vendor

The ability to customize.

2016-09-20 17:14:27 UTC20 September 16
Vendor

Simple to use tool for operators, capable to determine root causes of incidents and service impacts automatically based on extensive data analysis of information out of the network and operational environment. Also automized restauration of failures with simple resolution could be a helpful feature.

2016-05-03 07:56:19 UTC03 May 16
User

Smart filtering of results. A tool that gives too much is as useless as not enough. Alert me of the various issues then let me drill down and focus on the inter-related events.

2015-12-02 15:08:33 UTC02 December 15
ConsultantPOPULAR

For me, the right tool would be something that gathers as much data as possible for each event and allows the user to customize what they want to display. Not everyone needs to see the same information and everyone should not be treated the same way. Customization is key.

2015-08-13 18:22:18 UTC13 August 15
Real UserTOP 10

Any tool you use for Event Monitoring should be simple to Operate have an uncomplicated UI and yet rich in functionality to enable one event at the right time in the right format for the right audience.

2015-05-21 13:10:02 UTC21 May 15
Real User

Accuracy of events.

2015-04-01 15:12:39 UTC01 April 15
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