Network Management Dashboard

Transform the monitored metrics data into actionable intelligence information at a centralized dashboard for the enterprise. Get complete visibility into network operations with live Motadata alerts and showcase the overall health of network devices and services.

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It is essential to analyze the data and get rich information from data to make confident and required actions. Motadata AIOps offers customized and insightful network management dashboards that help identify network issues, making network admin’s tasks easy.

Motadata AIOps is a comprehensive network management solution that transforms monitored metrics data into actionable intelligence information at a centralized console for the enterprise. In addition, the IT admins can customize the dashboards as per their requirements and scale them to meet IT management needs.

Dashboards for Network Administration

  • Addressing issues immediately and displaying real-time data on dashboards to trace the metrics
  • Customized widgets to keep a close eye on prioritized and crucial metrics. Export the metrics in visualization formats such as pie, graph, bar, grid, sankey, etc.
  • Keeping a close eye on active or triggered alerts in a specific timeline on the dashboard, ensuring good health of the network devices.
  • Get default dashboards for your specific or tailor-made use cases such as business overview, infrastructure overview, and particular monitoring category.
  • Get an out-of-box dashboard for each technology stack, providing an eagle-eye view of critical aspects of the infrastructure.

Network Management Dashboard with Motadata AIOps

Motadata AIOps offers unique and out-of-the-box dashboards with various measured metrics. It represents the metrics from the entire network architecture from the monitored network services, devices, and metrics.

Here are some of the examples:

  • Top Network Monitor by Latency
  • Top Network Monitor by CPU Utilization
  • Top Network Monitor by Memory Usage
  • Top Network Monitor by Downtime
  • Top Interface by Traffic Utilization
  • Top Interface by Error Packets
  • Top Wireless AP by Clients
  • Top Wireless Clients by Traffic bytes
  • Top Wireless by Wlan Traffic
  • Top Wireless Client by Signal Strength
  • Top Wireless Client by Connection Retries

Customizable Dashboards

You can customize the dashboard for the respective technology stack for your business needs. Let’s say you wish to prepare an overview dashboard for the network environment, you can use Motdata AIOps custom widget creation functionality.

Customizable Network Management Dashboard

Overall, you can create widgets for critical devices, high usage CPU utilization devices, traffic utilization devices and more, which get displayed on a unified dashboard.


Motadata AIOps offers you a particular Network Management Dashboard dedicated to showcase the live issue and alerts going on across the network. You can view the critical alerts priority-wise and take actions according to the criticalness.

Get complete visibility into network operations by live Motadata alerts, showcasing the overall health of network devices and services.


You can add custom widgets and KPIs as per your preferences and priorities, helping you make confident decisions and enhance your network’s performance. In addition, the AI-ML abilities predict the potential alerts and showcase them on dashboards, helping you resolve the issues before they cause any damage.

Basics of Network Management Dashboard

A network dashboard represents the network’s overall performance and health. It displays the key KPI metrics, the alerts, the live traffic data, and updates, helping network admins take actions with context and resolve issues efficiently.

  • Separated metrics and visibility
  • Single screen network monitoring
  • Real-Time monitoring metrics
  • Customized widgets

There are various KPIs based on the node, network, and interfaces. Metrics such as latency, errors, downtime, bandwidth usage, CPU usage, discards, response time, traffic, etc., can be displayed on network management dashboards.