New and Improved: Critical Monitoring Through Galileo's 4 Enhanced User Dashboards

New and Improved: Critical Monitoring Through Galileo's 4 Enhanced User Dashboards

For over a decade, Galileo Performance Explorer has provided in-depth visibility into the capacity and performance of enterprise users’ most critical infrastructure assets. While we’ve remained on the cutting-edge of giving our customers the critical insights they need, when it comes to embracing innovation, there’s no such thing as “good enough.”

That’s why we’ve recently rolled out our enhanced and expertly redesigned user interface, supporting the best and most innovative user experience for infrastructure performance monitoring.

The “new” Galileo Performance Explorer builds upon the capabilities that have been our specialty for years, now making it easier than ever for IT and business stakeholders to glean all the necessary details about their storage, SAN, server, systems, database and cloud environments at a glance.  

Let’s take closer look at what the intuitive new design has to offer, including four enhanced user dashboards, supporting the features our customers count on the most.

Enterprise Dashboard

This pane provides users with an advanced way to get a detailed look at the performance of assets spanning the entire infrastructure, supporting analysis and optimal decision making related to IT capabilities and resources. Through the improved Enterprise Dashboard, users can view real-time data such as:

  • Storage assets and performance including total usable capacity, device types, vendors, average and peak disk throughput and IOPS per volume
  • Server assets and performance including physical architectures, operating systems, size by memory and core, as well as CPU by server, disk throughput, and peak and average network throughput

Analytics Dashboard

This new Analytics Dashboard allows IT teams to identify and prevent performance issues before they impact end users, through access to in-depth and easy-to-understand predictive analytics.

Galileo’s refreshed Analytics Dashboard enables analytical details related to infrastructure systems to be broken down in terms of severity, including Healthy, Warning and Critical icons. This Severity Indicator denotes assets which are approaching or have crossed specific user-customized performance thresholds. In this way, the IT team can better identify assets that require maintenance or adjustments immediately, avoiding costly performance problems.

 

The key to the success of our new dashboard is the revamped severity indicators and category cards.

 

Explorer Dashboard

This dashboard, formerly known as the Core dashboard, provides users with detailed charts pertaining to a single asset, as well as multiple assets types according to category. Users can change the level of detailed offered within each chart with a single click. This allows them to access the top or bottom metrics about their storage, SAN, database, server and cloud systems, as well as switch views seamlessly.

This updated dashboard also includes the new Asset Selector, which users can leverage to further customize their view based on systems related to a selected asset. This provides a single-pane view, ideal for in-depth visibility and robust decision-making.

Tag Manager Dashboard

Galileo users may already be familiar with the innovative Tag Manager function, a staple of our dashboard. We knew our users would appreciate the ability to assign custom, user-defined tags to any storage, server, SAN or application assets that operate on your premises, in the cloud, or in a hybrid or virtual environment. However, we underestimated just how popular and useful this particular aspect of Galileo Performance Explorer would be!

In response to this high demand, we’ve decided to break out the Tag Manager feature, formerly embedded within the Analytics Dashboard, into its very own dashboard. Here, users can tag any asset or group of assets according to tailored search queries or attributes to expand or narrow dashboard views and better track specific metrics. For instance, users can leverage a tag like “Today’s problem assets” to improve monitoring around a specific group of components. The combination of taggable assets and attributes is nearly endless!

To find out more about our new and improved dashboards and how these fit into our redesigned user interface, connect with us for a custom demo of Galileo Performance Explorer today.

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