What is a Monitor View?
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A Nodinite Monitor View holds a collection of system integration workflow Resources managed by an Administrator. Business Users are granted access using Role based security. Nodinite provides multiple options for sending alerts, either from what comes out of the box or from custom coded Alarm Plugins. What's more is the ability to delegate control and the ability to perform Remote Actions like start and stop. With Nodinite you don't need manual labor to detect and react to problems since monitored Resources can be configured for Auto Healing (Nodinite performs selected actions automatically according to configuration).
Create a better managed service adding Knowledge base Articles to Resources in the Monitor Views. The feature helps you create personal independence with easy and fast access to valuable information like operator instructions, Custom Meta Data like System owner and SLA.
Whenever there is a problem, or a problem being fixed, Nodinite will persist this information that you can use to view history for and get the KPI's you need to validate your SLA's.
|Share and delegate||Fix it, NOW!||Learn from mistakes|
|Quickly provide self-service access for your business and other stakeholders||Responsible users can swiftly manage and resolve problems thereby saving downtime||Work with continuos improvements using knowledge from statistics|
|Get those responsible aware of the problem|
|Fix the problems using Remote Actions|
|Learn by mistakes and use the statistics feature to prioritize future work|
Learn more Exploring the Monitor Views Overview
Create end to end monitoring and alerts for individual system integration workflows with exactly the dependencies that exists for each solution.
Highly configurable role based Monitor Views provides self-service for end-users as well as customizable options for pushing alerts
Nodinite makes use of Custom Meta Data from the Repository Model by attaching highly valuable information to the alerts which means recipients do not need to know or search to find out the degree of the problem or even what to do about it.
Whenever the evaluation of the state of Resources from any of the Monitoring Agents matches your configuration for the Monitor Views, Alerts are pushed by Alarm Plugins and Nodinite ships with various mail and Windows Event Log plugins.
- E-mail with options
- Windows Event Log - for use with for example SCOM
- HTTP Webhook
- 3rd party plugins
- Custom built Alarm plugins that you provide using our templates and SDK's - for use with your issue tracking system
You can customize the output of the alert using the Stylesheets feature.
From the configuration of Monitor Views, the Monitoring Service is responsible for making you aware, Nodinite is Always Aware
Read more about this feature in the 'Alarm Plugins' user guide
Distributed notifications or maybe you know it as (Alerts). Nodinite as we have noticed earlier is keeping up the users by sending a detailed customizable notification. The good news is Nodinite are keeping those notifications(Alerts) as history(Distributed notifications) that the user can access it anytime and for simplicity a timespan search field provided so that users can easily use it to search for any distributed notification by time. Distributed notifications tab is only visible if you are an administrator user and have External notifications set.
Monitor Views with the Remote Actions Option checked allows end-users to perform Remote Actions like start/stop. Each Resource provides its own set of Remote Actions. We at Nodinite are constantly adding even more functions that makes your daily operation run smoother, either by demand or just because we can; To prove a point (and the point being is nothing is impossible).
The ability to perform Remote Actions means your power users does NOT need to be a local administrators or even have more access rights then needed by the specific business case. Nodinite removes the need for remote desktop connections (RDP) often using different VPN solutions, with passwords and 3rd party software, and, and... With Nodinite all you need is a client browser:
With just one click you get instant access to your operator instructions and documentation (Repository Model). With Nodinite you do not need a WIKI for Knowledge base Articles. You do not even need/grant access or spend time searching for information, we provide it for you when and where it matters the most.
Access your knowledgebase articles directly from Resources
Example of Knowledge base Articles:
WYSIWYG Editor makes it dead easy to write stylish instruction
Read more about this feature in the 'Knowledge base Articles' user guide
Many Resources provides statistics on their own, for example CPU usage, Web Service Response time and BizTalk Suspended Messages. Nodinite also provides the history for Monitoring Events. A Monitoring Event is each occasion a Resource changed its evaluated state, for example goes from the state 'OK' to 'Error'. The reason for mentioning evaluated state is because Nodinite Resources provide the ability to set Expected State; Which means that an administrator may change the state from whatever state the Monitoring Agents claims to the evaluated state. An example would be a Windows Service that is running that should have been kept disabled.
All-in-all; This means that Nodinite has the statistics for how often there is a problem, and even how long time it took to resolve the problem. Statistic information is being displayed directly in the monitor Views.
In addition, Monitor Views with the Show History Option checked users can filter and search the historical monitor events.
Read more about this feature in the 'View history for Resource' user guide
A Nodinite Administrator can manage a Monitor View by:
Review the Monitor Views Overview user guide for a the list of manageable Monitor Views.