Data monitoring is used to track the important key metrics in a dashboard. The defined threshold conditions if fulfilled, trigger an alert through email, Slack, and MS Teams regarding the latest updates. This helps in reducing the probability of potential risks in organizations and enhances their overall system efficiency.
For example, a manufacturer can monitor his company’s real-time data in a dashboard to track the machines’ statuses. If there is any sudden machine failure or breakdown, an alert would be triggered to the manufacturer notifying about the machine’s status. This way, the manufacturer can take necessary actions to restore the machine at the earliest to reduce the risk of lost production.
It is the Data Monitoring tab where you can view all the necessary information related to data monitoring such as name, alarm status, execution time, and last error time.
Last Error Time: It shows the time when data monitoring faced an error during its execution. If no error occurred, this is left blank.
This tab lets you edit, enable or disable, rename and delete a data monitoring item, and view the related dashboard in the new window.
Here are a few things to know about data monitoring in Wyn Enterprise.
This tab describes the basic details related to data monitoring and alert conditions.
* You cannot edit the monitor value and filter information in the dialog since these values are based on the chosen measure.
This tab describes the details on how to trigger an alert notification if the measure meets a specified condition or reaches a certain threshold.
This tab describes the options available to schedule the execution for data monitoring.
Follow the below steps to monitor a measure in a dashboard.
In the Add to Data Monitoring dialog, open the Basic Information tab and enter the following details:
i. name of the data monitoring
ii. description of the data monitoring
iii. threshold condition for data monitoring
iv. threshold value for data monitoring
Navigate to the Notification tab and enter the following details:
i. suitable channel(s) to trigger alerts
ii. modify the body for the alert notification, if required
iii. choose whether to send the Notification Every Time or Notification Only Once
Then, navigate to the Execution Plan tab and enter the following details:
i. choose whether to repeat the execution on a daily or monthly basis and then set the recurrence schedule
ii. Specify the start date to begin executing the data monitoring
iii. Specify the end date to stop executing the data monitoring
Follow the below steps to modify the configuration details of a data monitoring item.
Follow the below steps to enable or disable data monitoring.
Click More and select Enable or Disable from the list.
a. By enabling the data monitoring, you resume its execution.
b. By disabling the data monitoring, you stop its execution.
Follow the below steps to delete data monitoring.