Netmonk is a network monitoring application provider which provides monitoring solutions to make it easier for network engineers to monitor network devices in companies. Netmonk has a product, namely Netmonk Prime and one of its modules is network monitoring. One of the superior features in Netmonk Prime as a network monitoring tool is the dashboard feature that can be adjustable depending on who access it. What is the use of dashboards in monitoring software? Its purpose is to view reports or the status of network devices as a whole in one place. So, you only need to look at this dashboard to find out the status of your network device whether it is turned off or on so that further actions can be taken.

The dashboard owned by Netmonk is divided into 2, namely the managerial dashboard and the technical dashboard. What’s in the dashboards? Read the explanation and get to know it further by listening to it in the following article. If you need to understand more in Indonesian, click here for more information.

Technical Dashboard

This dashboard has a more complicated and technical look. You can view the status or info of all the network devices that Netmonk has installed. You can view information from device status, link utilization, gateway status, and so on. Your IT team will be greatly helped by this dashboard because it is easier to understand with a simple and user-friendly interface.

Managerial Dashboard

For team managers or others who don’t understand technical reports or dashboard displays, you can use the managerial dashboard with the switch button to management mode located at the top right. The interface is very simple and easy to understand for management teams who want to see and understand the performance of network devices in their company. The interface is also user-friendly and simple, but the information provided is quite complete.

That is a little explanation to get to know more about dashboards which are one of the excellent features available on Netmonk Prime. If you are curious and want to try the demo, please try the Netmonk demo by visiting our website.