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Our October 2019 significant UI and UX update
Allprobe Technical Writer
2019-10-09 06:35:59

This update is all about UX, how to improve ourselves to be the easiest as it goes IT management and monitoring service.




What's new:



New hosts discovery dashboard:



The discovery service meant to help private network owners, such as  IT infrastructure subnets. Allprobe discovery agent will map the entire scanned subnet, gather external check counters(application types, host types, and more). Allprobe discovery agent(script) will also allow SNMP scans, which will also include extra information about the scanned host; the gathered data is then sent to Allprobe API to be processed and entered into your account. Please read more about discovery at the following link.

Allprobe discovery agent is an open source application written in Python and avaiable at GitHUB



Fixes to events View. Replaced resources utilization info with suggestions & AI widget:


This widget will present you with overall suggestions for your accumulated data in your account. We are continually improving the suggestions engine to try and give the best advises for your topology.

Added CMDB latest logs to the main "Events" View



Updated our main UI Font Awesome CSS library to version 5 with more presence:



Font Awesome 5 is different; the shaped icons are more bolded and creating overall better UX feel. Please drop us an email if you'll like them better.



Some new CMDB Types/classes, read more on the CMDB section:



We added a new networking leaf that supposes to centralize all of the account networking gear that includes routers, switches, subnets, IPs, and much more.



Split the monitoring wizard to 2 steps with options to choose what do you want to monitor:



Added What do you want to monitor sub wizard  

 - Infrastructures / Uptime
 - Common Applications ports
 - Monitor Linux Servers
 - Monitor Databases
 - NIX Web Servers
 - Networking
 - Monitor URLs ( websites )
 - Self Defined Templates





New uptime report:


Uptime report is all about central View, See the trends of your hosts in regards to Availability checks: PING, TCP ports, HTTP (web checks)
We currently support up to 80 hosts or websites on each View/page.



UX fixes to main wizards:


Some UX improves to layout


CMDB accounting leaf email reports:


We understood that it's beneficial to get a monthly email report presenting an entire IT costs; this could be AWS servers paying monthly fees or some other service with a yearly subscription.
By maintaining an up to date CMDB accounting information, you can then enjoy simple email reports with simple numbers; this doesn't suppose to replace standard accounting systems.
The accounting leaf is part of Allprobe CMDB implementation; you can enter configuration items generally as part of the usual CMDB forms.



Fixes to main CMDB View layout:



Front end UI glitches, fixed some layout bugs and minor UX fixes






Our October 2019 significant UI and UX update
Discovery flowchart
CMDB & IT transformation
SLA measurement high importance
CMDB made easy
Our October 2019 significant UI and UX update
Allprobe Technical Writer
2019-10-09 06:35:59

This update is all about UX, how to improve ourselves to be the easiest as it goes IT management and monitoring service.




What's new:



New hosts discovery dashboard:



The discovery service meant to help private network owners, such as  IT infrastructure subnets. Allprobe discovery agent will map the entire scanned subnet, gather external check counters(application types, host types, and more). Allprobe discovery agent(script) will also allow SNMP scans, which will also include extra information about the scanned host; the gathered data is then sent to Allprobe API to be processed and entered into your account. Please read more about discovery at the following link.

Allprobe discovery agent is an open source application written in Python and avaiable at GitHUB



Fixes to events View. Replaced resources utilization info with suggestions & AI widget:


This widget will present you with overall suggestions for your accumulated data in your account. We are continually improving the suggestions engine to try and give the best advises for your topology.

Added CMDB latest logs to the main "Events" View



Updated our main UI Font Awesome CSS library to version 5 with more presence:



Font Awesome 5 is different; the shaped icons are more bolded and creating overall better UX feel. Please drop us an email if you'll like them better.



Some new CMDB Types/classes, read more on the CMDB section:



We added a new networking leaf that supposes to centralize all of the account networking gear that includes routers, switches, subnets, IPs, and much more.



Split the monitoring wizard to 2 steps with options to choose what do you want to monitor:



Added What do you want to monitor sub wizard  

 - Infrastructures / Uptime
 - Common Applications ports
 - Monitor Linux Servers
 - Monitor Databases
 - NIX Web Servers
 - Networking
 - Monitor URLs ( websites )
 - Self Defined Templates





New uptime report:


Uptime report is all about central View, See the trends of your hosts in regards to Availability checks: PING, TCP ports, HTTP (web checks)
We currently support up to 80 hosts or websites on each View/page.



UX fixes to main wizards:


Some UX improves to layout


CMDB accounting leaf email reports:


We understood that it's beneficial to get a monthly email report presenting an entire IT costs; this could be AWS servers paying monthly fees or some other service with a yearly subscription.
By maintaining an up to date CMDB accounting information, you can then enjoy simple email reports with simple numbers; this doesn't suppose to replace standard accounting systems.
The accounting leaf is part of Allprobe CMDB implementation; you can enter configuration items generally as part of the usual CMDB forms.



Fixes to main CMDB View layout:



Front end UI glitches, fixed some layout bugs and minor UX fixes






Our October 2019 significant UI and UX update
Discovery flowchart
CMDB & IT transformation
SLA measurement high importance
CMDB made easy
The IT challenge