WhatsUp Gold 2018 is Released
News|by Leanne Bevan|12 March 2018
Ipswitch has announced the availability of the latest version of their network monitoring software, WhatsUp Gold 2018. In this new release users can take advantage of:
- Azure and AWS performance monitoring: monitor, report and receive alerts on the status and performance of various metrics including cloud billing
- Interface utilisation: a new map overlay displays which networks are fine (green), becoming congested (yellow), or approaching capacity (red)
- Enhanced wireless monitoring: you can now monitor Cisco Meraki and update the wireless overlay with a clearer display of active SSIPs for each AP
- Other monitoring capabilities: for Dell Compellent storage devices, notifications through Slack and a brand new ‘Overview Dashboard’ for your customers’ NOC displays
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