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Permission Set for Monitor Views

The following permissions exist for the Monitor Views permission set:

graph LR subgraph "fal:fa-desktop Permissions for Monitor Views" ro23[fal:fa-lock Permission Set] --> ro1(fal:fa-door-open Global setting) subgraph "Monitor View" ro2(fal:fa-search Access Monitor) ro3[fal:fa-bolt Execute Action] ro4[fal:fa-user-chart View Metrics] ro5[fal:fa-history View History] ro6[fal:fa-sitemap View Repository] ro7[fal:fa-newspaper View Articles] end ro1 --- |Allow or Deny| ro2 ro1 -.- |Inherit, Allow or Deny|ro3 ro1 -.- |Inherit, Allow or Deny|ro4 ro1 -.- |Inherit, Allow or Deny|ro5 ro1 -.- |Inherit, Allow or Deny|ro6 ro1 -.- |Inherit, Allow or Deny|ro7 end

Access Monitor

To access the Nodinite Monitor Views; The User must be a member of a Role granted (Allow) access to the Monitor.

Note: If the User is a member of any Role where access to the Monitor is denied (Deny); Then the user is blocked access to ALL Monitor Views.

Access right

  1. The Role is set to Allow access to the Monitor.
  2. The Role is set to have different access rights to individual Monitor Views.
    • Allow - Monitor View is visible and accessible to the end-user.
    • Deny - Monitor View is NOT visible or accessible to the end-user.

Execute Action

In the Monitor Views, for end-users in Roles where the Execute Action permission is allowed; The end-user is granted the right to perform Remote Actions on included monitored Resources. The set of available Remote Actions in the Control Center section of the Actions button varies depending on the type of Resource.

Remote Actions
Example of the Remote Actions menu item on a monitored Resource as seen in a Monitor View

  • Inherited - Remote Actions in the Control Center section is visible and operational to the end-user IF the global setting is set with the Allow option; Otherwise, it is not.
  • Allow - Remote Actions in the Control Center section is visible and operational to the end-user.
  • Deny - Remote Actions in the Control Center section is NOT visible or operational to the end-user.

View Metrics

In the Monitor Views, for end-users in Roles where the View Metrics permission is allowed; The end-user is granted the right to view metrics and statistics on included monitored Resources. The set of metrics in the Metrics section of the Actions button is different depending on the type of Resource.

View Metrics
Example of the View Metrics menu item on a monitored Resource as seen in a Monitor View

  • Inherited - Items in the Metrics section is visible and operational to the end-user IF the global setting is set with the Allow option; Otherwise, it is not.
  • Allow - Items in the Metrics section is visible and operational to the end-user.
  • Deny - Items in the Metrics section is NOT visible or operational to the end-user.

A Nodinite Administrator can present the Metrics in the Dashboard and within configured Monitor Views.

View History

In the Monitor Views, for end-users in Roles where the View History permission is allowed; The end-user is granted the right to view the alert history on included monitored Resources.

The history, if allowed, can be fetched from multiple places in the Nodinite Web Client.

  • Inherited - Items in the Metrics section is visible and operational to the end-user IF the global setting is set with the Allow option; Otherwise, it is not.
  • Allow - Items in the Metrics section is visible and operational to the end-user.
  • Deny - Items in the Metrics section is NOT visible or operational to the end-user.

The history is limited in time by the System Parameter DaysToKeepMonitorEvents.

Search Resource history

Search for alert history for all resources in the Monitor View

Alert history for the selected Azure Storage item (in this case, a Blob Container)

Example of usage

View History
Example of the View History tab as seen in a Monitor View

View Repository

In the Monitor Views, for end-users in Roles where the View Repository permission is allowed; The end-user is granted the right to view some information about associated Integrations as defined in the Repository Model.

The Repository Model, if allowed, can be viewed from multiple places in the Nodinite Web Client.

  • Inherited - Associated Integrations are available in the Repository Model tab to the end-user IF the global setting is set with the Allow option; Otherwise, it is not.
  • Allow - Associated Integrations are available in the Repository Model tab to the end-user.
  • Deny - Information about the Integrations are NOT available to the end-user.

Integrations
Example of the Repository Model tab as seen in a Monitor View

View Articles

In the Monitor Views, for end-users in Roles where the View Articles permission is allowed; The end-user is granted the right to view Knowledge base articles on included monitored Resources.

The Knowledge base articles, if allowed, can be viewed from multiple places in the Nodinite Web Client.

Knowledge base Articles
Example of access to the Knowledge base Articles as seen in a Monitor View


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