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Just about every managed service provider (MSP) will say that the industry is anything but predictable.
Over the past decade, Apple has built a trend-setting, culture-defining brand that evokes simplicity, innovation and “coolness,” in an industry that has traditionally focused more on bits and bytes.
Our latest release of Opsview runs on more, is super secure and is up and running in a blink of an eye.
Opsview 4.6 for SMB, Enterprise and MSP customers, provides a new class of security for enterprise monitoring solutions, supports 3 new operating systems, and has a brand new installation method – taking full installation time down to a blistering 10 minutes. As usual, there is also a whole host of enhancements and bug fixes.
Here is a quick overview of all the new stuff:
Building on my previous blog on SLA monitoring with Nagios, which looks at measuring availability at a “group” level where a group is a customer or department, I next want to look at another feature that a lot of MSPs will want to know and differs from their standard view.
How many devices per customer?
In other words; "For how many managed devices should I charge the customer?"...or..."At the end of the month, how much revenue can I expect to book?"
Resourcefulness is a great trait, and many managed service providers (MSPs) take pride in finding unorthodox solutions to complicated problems. But, plugging a leaky boat with a wad of chewing gum isn’t going to keep it afloat forever. Neither is using low-end IT monitoring tools to manage demanding clients.