Logicmonitor is an end-to-end monitoring platform that provides IT operations teams with comprehensive data insights. It also helps them manage complex infrastructures.
Logicmonitor is easy to use and offers multiple forms of support. Users can access community forums, product training videos and other resources to get up and running quickly.
Easy to use
Logicmonitor is an easy to use IT monitoring tool that offers a comprehensive set of monitoring capabilities for servers, hypervisors and cloud deployments. It also has a number of pre-configured dashboards that administrators can use to get an overview of their infrastructure.
Moreover, LogicMonitor features automatic discovery that uses multiple protocols to rapidly find devices and applications that can be monitored. It also allows users to set alerting thresholds at the global, host or instance level and to create escalation chains to ensure that all alerts reach the right people within the organization.
In addition, it has a simple installation process that can be completed in just five minutes. It doesn’t require installation of add-ons, and it can be deployed on Windows and Linux platforms. It also features a free trial version that can be used for a period of 30 days. Its UI is straightforward and offers visually appealing graphs. It is also easy to customize and scale.
Easy to install
Logicmonitor is one of the easiest monitoring systems to install on the market, and the installation process is quick and simple. In addition, LogicMonitor supports a wide range of operating systems and devices, and can be easily integrated into existing IT infrastructures.
For example, if you’re monitoring a Linux server, LogicMonitor can quickly detect the device’s IP address or DNS name and use standard monitoring protocols to communicate with it.
In fact, LogicMonitor makes it easy to add and monitor devices on all network segments. It can automatically recognize and apply LogicMonitor DataSources based on the type of device, as well as provide a full set of metrics that can be used to determine device performance.
LogicMonitor’s dashboards are powerful and offer a high level of visibility into your environment. They update very frequently, and give you a glimpse into your systems without having to run reports. They also provide powerful filtering capabilities, so you can apply different alerting rules to different types of devices.
Easy to customize
LogicMonitor is customizable, meaning you can build your dashboards to display the metrics that are most important to your organization. You can also create separate dashboards for different groups of users.
Moreover, you can use custom widgets to display data in a variety of ways. These include custom graph widgets, NOC widgets, gauge widgets, pie chart widgets, HMTL widgets, Google Map widgets and more.
For example, you can create a dashboard that displays performance indicators for your customers and their systems so they can stay informed about the health of their infrastructure. This is a great way to save money and time by eliminating the need for a separate ticketing system.
Additionally, you can add LogicMonitor to Azure AD and control who gets access to it with single sign-on (SSO). This is especially useful when you have multiple clients using LogicMonitor.
Easy to scale
Logicmonitor provides one-pane-of-glass visibility into cloud, on-prem and hybrid environments with no configuration or maintenance overhead. It eliminates information silos and correlates signals to accelerate digital transformation initiatives.
Using the platform to monitor cloud services helps reduce MTTR by correlating relevant logs with infrastructure health for faster root cause analysis. Embrace complete observability with out-of-the-box integrations to AWS, GCP and Azure.
Automated discovery of traditional on-premises, hyper-converged, and cloud storage systems allows for real-time monitoring, alerting, and graphing. LogicMonitor also offers dynamic thresholds, forecasting and machine learning-based predictive analytics to prevent capacity issues before they happen.
LogicMonitor automatically discovers devices that are in the cloud via an API call, pre-configured datasource or SNMP-based LDAP-based authentication. This information then auto-applies to all existing reporting, alerting dashboard and monitoring functionality within the LogicMonitor platform. This mutual authentication process uses a strong credential that undergoes regular rotation. This makes LogicMonitor more secure and protects against man-in-the-middle attacks.