Nice that it's a VM appliance, it can run on any platform.
As for the appliance itself, it looks like Linux running gnome shell. Is it?
I take it the back end is proprietary, I'd pay for open source before I'd lock into a proprietary environment. Their website explains they do integrate with a lot of the standard tools out there, but I still have to think long and hard before going with closed source.
But the thing does look great. The idea of having a graphical representation of just one monitoring tool has been an illusive dream for years. Nowadays companies are competing to make the better, easier UI for such 'all in one' systems. Great times to be alive!
Am I missing something? Because my monitoring box does most of this stuff and has for years. It's just Nagios + Cacti/RRD seems to do everything this does. I track disk usage; processor utilization; IOPS; Memory usage; Number of incoming and outgoing message in queue; Battery Capacity; Incoming Voltage and current; connectivity; even when copiers and printers need toner or have a jam; Netowrk throughput; T1 Status; Internet status; and the list goes on and on. It looks a little nicer (visually), but I don't think there is anything new here.
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