Visual designing with the Graphics Editor
Nothing is more important then having a clearly structured data visualization in case the need arises to quickly and accurately extract basic information. This helps you to feel at home within complex IT environments. Use your experience and you will see, that you can turn normal IT systems and their applications, into vivid presentations.
Browser-based Graphics Editor
The modern, browser based graphic editor helps you intuitively find a comprehensible visualization for your environment. Here you can comfortably use all of the common functions. You don’t have to be Picasso to visualize the most important data of your environment. Design your graphics how you see it.
Create an image library with templates for frequently used objects
The editor offers you access to an entire palette of useful objects, which when used in combination with the measured values transform into vivid graphics. Should you need reoccurring graphical objects, then you can define them as a template to use as often as you like by creating a library of frequently used graphic objects. This reduces the effort required to make adjustments when basic changes are made to IT systems of similar types. Imagine you have many systems with similar functions and build types, for which you want to graphical display in the same way: Create a template and use it multiple times, yet adjust it only once.
Detect system faults immediately based on strong indicatiors
Within SnapDesk, the indicator colors will always catch your eye to notify you of status messages and operating errors. These are oriented towards standard indicators, whereby the representation is adapted to the respective measured conditions. You have all of the critical areas at one glance allowing you to respond appropriately and effectively.
The following indicator colors are used in SnapDesk:
- Green – no errors
- Yellow – indicates an actual warning – the measured value has exceeded the warning threshold
- Red – indicates an actual error – the measured value has exceeded the error threshold
- Orange – indicates an error in the past
- Grey – indicates an outdated measurement