we are testing the product and we have the following need:
- We need a single management console to centralize all the visualization of the infrastructure that will be monitored, of each client. This console needs to be Web.
- Each end customer should have their individual access and should see only their dashboard and their devices being monitored.
So, we understand that it would work like this:
- We will install a core server - We will install 30 remote probes (in each infrastructure of our customer);
However, we note that the remote probes limit is 30 per core server.
So, would we have to install a new core server? Will the access to the web portal for these other clients (above 30) be different from the first ones (30 clients)?
Explaining the scenario:
- Server Core 1 (https://portal1.company.com.br) - 30 remote probes
- Server Core 2 (https://portal2.company.com.br - 30 remote probes
If this is the product architecture scenario, is there any way for both the (Serve Core1 and Server Core 2), have a single web portal and that we can manage the access to users to see, only the information of their devices?
If we have part of the devices of a client on the different core servers, will I be able to free the view of the unified devices?
- Web Portal Central: (https://portal.company.com.br) - Server Core 1 (Manage up to 30 remote probes) - Server Core 2 (Manage up to 30 remote probes) - Server Core 3 (Manage up to 30 remote probes) ....on...