An easy to use Network and Systems Monitoring solution.

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Easy To Use
nandView has been designed for ease of use and ease of administration. Unlike other network monitoring products, you don't need to edit config files or restart the server to make changes to monitored devices. All configs, tests and logs are stored in a SQL database. Anything that you'd want to change in the database can easily be handled through the web interface.

The dashboard is your primary interaction with nandView. As seen on the overview page, it will show the overall network health as well as each individual test. Conveniently located near the center is the polling history, showing results of the last 10 polls cycles.

Users and Roles
role based access controlsDo you want to allow your staff and help desk to see the status of monitored devices, but not make any changes? Role based access controls are built into nandView. Give users read only access, allow them to edit email lists, view reports and so forth.

Context Sensitive Online Help
Every page of nandView has a help button that brings up a thorough user guide written by a professional tech writer. The guide is context sensitive. If you click on the help button while editing accounts, it'll bring up the help topic on user configuration.

Enable and Disable
Performing some major network changes, and you want to stop polling or email notifications? Three clicks, and you can temporarily turn it off. While disabled, you can still make configuration changes, update email lists, run reports and so forth. Turn polling or email back on, and the system takes over right where it left off.

As a database driven solution, managers can easily run reports and statistics on monitored devices. Ten reports come bundled with the product - access control violations, last login, login failures, last password change, user additions/deletion, messages sent, email accounts receiving the most messages, messages skipped, failed tests and devices with the most failures.

last login reportThe web interface provides a way to see how much disk space the log files are using, and offers the ability to delete them. No playing around with command lines or SQL delete statements here. That's not to say that nandView requires a growing amount of disk space. Although the log files don't take up very much room, some administrators may want to use a constant amount of space. Fortunately, logging can be disabled in three clicks. Access controls will prevent other users from playing with the log settings. Turning off logging will affect the reports, however you will always be able to see the prior 10 polls column on the dashboard.