The BVQ Systems Health Map is an automatic system analysis, combined with a very simple and understandable presentation of the results. These results are based on a large number of system tests already included in the delivery of BVQ.
The BVQ Systems Health Map is integrated in the BVQ Server in the overview page of the entire BVQ system and can be accessed via a web interface
It collects the results of all system tests and, depending on their status, displays red, green or yellow. Optimization potentials are displayed in blue. The results are topologically aggregated so that one can derive an overall statement about the system and its components via the individual statements.
Pict.: Image section from the BVQ Systems Health Map.
The Systems Health Map is interactive and can be set with simple mouse clicks to exactly the level you are interested in. In another presentation the Systems Health Map is not organized topologically but thematically. This is especially helpful if you want to group organizational units or risk priorities. The Systems Health Map is currently shipped with a large number of prepared probes and can be extended with specialized, custom-tailored alerts.
The System Health map is a constantly updated analysis of the overall system and can be used by the administrator as a daily task list to constantly improve the system and eliminate risks. But one can also see the Systems Health Map as an attractive representation of a wallboard (monitor on the wall of the data center) where you can see at a glance how good the current system status of the monitored IT infrastructure is.
The Systems health map can be easily configured and put into operation.Alerts delivered with the Systems Health Map can be toggled on or off with a button or customized. included best practice tests, typically have no additional parameters where the ranges of performance limit can easily be customized in tabular form.
Pict.: The configuration of the Systems Health Map is very clear and simple. The included system tests are turned on or off.The parametrization is carried out in a table.
In addition occurring System Health map statuses can be sent as notification or written in freely definable log files. Access via REST interface allows systems such as ServiceNow, Nagios, ELK, Kibana, Splunk, ... to actively use the System Health Map data.