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Creating a Single Pane of Glass for Your IT Ops with Business Service Monitoring

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Create a Single Pane of Glass for Your IT Ops with Business Service Monitoring

With so many different systems being used in one location, the IT department, getting a handle on everything in a single view can be one of the hardest projects any sysadmin might face. This is especially important when services become interrupted, and dreaded downtime rears its ugly head. How can you make sure you see all your systems from a perspective that makes sense? Well, with Business Service Monitoring in Opsview Monitor, instead of seeing a multitude of servers, switches, and applications, you see the thing that matters to you the most, the service it affects! In this webinar, you'll learn the best way to set up your own single pane of glass for your IT monitoring and cut through the clutter.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What is BSM?  An explanation of why BSM was created and what it can do for a business.
  • How does it work? A demonstration showing off BSM in the dashboard and how the views update to reflect the current statuses of the services and components.
  • How to configure BSM and best practices for building BSM host templates.
  • Extending BSM – notifications and reporting.  A demo of setting up BSM notifications and running BSM reports.

You'll have your entire environment and services that are important for you all in one monitor!  Never let downtime even think of coming back.

Just watch the on demand webinar above! 

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