Having a manageable network environment is undoubtedly essential for a company to be able to properly visualize what resources are being consumed, as well as the indications that can corroborate in detailed technical analyses and possible improvements.
In this regard, Telcomanager, which aims to guarantee a high-level quality service for all companies that use its respective products, has made new functionalities available, is offering new features that will certainly add value, providing an increasingly detailed and assertive analysis of network infrastructure.
The configuration and prior identification of alarms have become increasingly critical for companies. For this reason, Telcomanager provides the following additional features for alarms.
Service related alarms
This type of functionality allows special alarms to be previously applied to certain groups of objects, which can be generated from the change of state of: an object in the group, certain objects in the group or all objects in the group.
Custom alarms on potential configuration-related events
Through this feature, your company will be able to configure personalized alarms that will allow you to identify possible events related to the configurations made. As an example, we can cite a configuration that was applied, but not saved in a definitive way. Through this feature, it will be possible to reduce the number of errors related to configurations that should have been permanently applied but were not.
Creating alarms on the chart
The creation of alarms on the chart makes it easier for users to make their own settings in a friendly and intuitive way, just by clicking directly on the graph and choosing how the alarm should be triggered.
Automatic action scripts
Another very important feature when we talk about alarms are the possible procedures that must be performed once these alarms are generated. In this condition, Telcomanager provides in this new update, a feature that allows scripts with automatic actions to be forwarded, in accordance with the generation of an alarm.
Alarm urgency levels
Usually, each company may have different considerations about the criticality of certain alarms. For example, in certain scenarios, an alarm related to CPU consumption may not be as critical as it would be in other scenarios. Therefore, it is critical to have a tool that is modular in this regard, allowing such alarm levels to be personalized and customized from company to company.
In view of this need, Telcomanager also provides in its new update a feature that allows the user to determine different criticality levels related to object alarms.
With this, the user will be able to associate a moderate criticality to events that are characterized as non-critical anomalies (such as a CPU consumption between 40% and 60%, for example) and high criticality to events that have a high-impact power (such as CPU consumption above 60% for example).
These functionalities, no doubt, are part of Telcomanager’s continuous market study, whose main goal is to add all the necessary technical resources so that companies required for companies to have an adequate and effective network infrastructure management.
For us at Telcomanager, ensuring the quality of our products added to the needs of our customers is a key factor, which means that we are always attentive to the new features that are needed.
With that in mind, Telcomanager, Latin America’s leader in the software industry for network management, since 2002 in the market with a unique and innovative methodology, provides intelligent solutions for data monitoring in order to provide complete visibility to the client’s infrastructure, allowing your company to monitor the main aspects of your network to better serve our clients.
Published on 01/16/2023