LogZilla dashboards are designed to present data in an interactive and real-time manner. Central to these dashboards are widgets, the foundational elements that serve to display this data. Every widget has the capability to present real-time information, ensuring users have immediate access to the most up-to-date and pertinent data.

The adaptability of LogZilla's widgets sets them apart. They offer a wide range of customization options, from adjusting visualizations to meet the needs of a specific audience to focusing on particular data subsets.

Key features of the LogZilla dashboards include:

  • Multiple Custom Dashboards: Design various dashboards specifically tailored for individual tasks, departments, or goals.

  • Role-Based Permissions (RBAC): LogZilla integrates Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) to meticulously manage both data and user interface (UI) access:

    • Access to Data: RBAC governs which data sets a user or a group can access. For instance, in a widget showcasing top hosts, users will only visualize those hosts they have been granted permission to view.

    • Access to UI Components: Beyond just data, RBAC also determines the UI components and functionalities a user can access or modify. This encompasses managing dashboards, viewing notifications, using the "online mode" (which encompasses functionalities like geoip lookups, ICMP, telnet, SSH, and more), executing searches, creating or viewing triggers, running reports, and tasks.

  • Multiple Filters: Navigate the depth and breadth of your data. Implement filters to spotlight specific metrics, detect emerging patterns, or filter out extraneous data.

  • Time-Based Settings Per Widget: Data relevance can be fleeting. With unique time-based settings available for every widget, you can decide to observe data from the last hour, day, month, or any other custom duration, all encapsulated within a singular dashboard.

  • And Much More: While the mentioned attributes are indeed noteworthy, they merely scratch the surface of what LogZilla's dashboards have in store for any data-centric entity.

In the following sections, you'll find detailed explanations of each feature, along with guidelines on how to effectively utilize them to enhance your dashboards.