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IT Infrastructure Monitoring

Panopta helps IT Professionals monitor performance of their on-premises or cloud-hosted servers, network equipment, and many other devices. Cornell's enterprise contract can help reduce infrastructure monitoring costs.

The Infrastructure Monitoring service is for IT staff who want to track the performance of IT infrastructure, including servers, network equipment, and other devices. It supports both on-premises or public cloud environments such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). This cloud-based, software-as-a-service platform leverages Cornell’s enterprise contract with Panopta and shared central resources to reduce overhead and cost.

Features and Benefits

  • Discounted pricing extended through CIT’s enterprise agreement with Panopta.
  • Pricing is use-based and charged to a KFS code – you pay only for instance hours consumed.
  • No additional server or network infrastructure required.
  • Monitor components on campus or in Azure, AWS and GCP.
  • Local monitoring deployment and management is fully controlled by customers.
  • CIT support provided for user management, billing, and centrally shared resources.
  • Direct vendor support provided for the tool.

Panopta Dashboards

Monitor all unacknowledged, critical, and warning incidents for your IT infrastructure with this simple dashboard or create your own custom dashboards.

Sample Panotpa dashboard showing counts for unacknowledged, critical, and warning incidents

Roles and Responsibilities

CIT support provided for:

  • Sub-account onboarding
  • User management and single sign-on
  • Billing management
  • Panopta’s native alerting functionality
  • Template assistance
  • CIT-provided OnSight appliances on campus and in AWS and Azure

Vendor direct support provided for:

  • General technical and product functionality offered in Panopta’s SaaS Monitoring service
  • Customer submitted support requests
  • Product-related deployment and operational documentation

Customers will have primary technical responsibility for:

  • Deployment and on-going management in their infrastructure environments
  • Event management, monitoring thresholds, and incident management
  • Monitoring and control of ongoing use and related costs
  • All use of Panopta outside the scope of this service, including agent deployments, scripting automation, and other 3rd party integrations

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