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Centreon MBI 3.0 better meets your needs for steering and monitoring your IT. Among the new features:
- Dynamic dashboards: with the integration of 11 widgets that use Centreon’s “Custom View” mechanisms, create dynamic reporting dashboards that use the datawarehouse data live and, in some cases, mix real time data and aggregated data. You can thus analyze abnormal behavior on your IT live and react on service levels.
- 6 new report templates, 3 of which are “Morning check” types that exploit live data coming from Centreon and give you a live view of your equipments and applications status. New color themes are also available.
- BIRT 4.4.2: BIRT, the report engine, is updated to version 4.4.2. It brings many improvements and innovations including new export formats, improved Microsoft export formats, new data sources, etc.
By the end of May 2016, Centreon MBI 3.0 will be released with 3 new features to better meet your decision-making needs concerning your IT infrastructure. What to watch out for in this new version: the integration of widgets, 6 new reporting models, and the update to version 4.4.2 of the report generating engine BIRT.
The release of CES 3.3 today takes us back to our roots – rendering high-performing enterprise monitoring simple. And it just got simpler with a whole new look and nifty interface features, courtesy of version 2.7 of Centreon Web (formerly termed only as Centreon).
All the same, we have not ignored performance functionality and optimization. CES 3.3 also features an updated version for both Centreon Engine (v1.5) and Centreon Broker (v2.11). Centreon CLAPI has also been completely replaced by a native command line API that now runs in Centreon Web.
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Last month, we released Centreon 2.6. Today, it’s CES 3.2. For those not familiar with Centreon solutions, this might cause some confusion. What’s the difference, you might ask?
To help you understand, I’ve put together this short 3-part series. Part one briefly explains our software history, solution concept and advantages of CES.