Notification Types

Get Alerted Before Small Issues Become Big Problems

FrameFlow Notification Types

When a system is failing, or a threshold has been exceeded, it is vital to get the message out to your support staff, so FrameFlow offers multiple alerting options.

Email Notifications

Email notifications are the workhorse of any system monitoring solution and FrameFlow is no exception. Alerts can be delivered to multiple recipients, either selected by address, or through our integrated distribution list feature.

All email notifications are based on templates, which you can easily edit and customize from right in the FrameFlow interface.

Text Message and Voice Phone Call

FrameFlow can also send alerts by SMS text message or even by calling you on your cell phone or land line. You can send alerts to multiple recipients to make sure your team members are up to date on current system and network status.

It’s the perfect solution for delivering alerts about the most critical events.

Alert Escalation

FrameFlow lets you define notification profiles that describe what actions are taken and in what order. For example, you can select to send email to front line staff on the first three errors in a row and then alert the second line only after five or more failures in a row. Or switch to text message alerts after ten failures in a row. A simple rules-based interface gives you complete control.

Scheduling

Not every condition is important enough to wake you up in the middle of the night. With time-based scheduling you can define one set of alerts to be used during business hours and another to be used in off hours.

You can even alert different staff members based on the day, time and severity of the alert.

Custom Alerts

FrameFlow’s alerting engine is highly extensible. For your custom alerting needs you can run external programs or integrate PowerShell script to perform any action that is required.

It’s great not only for alerting, but also for automating recovery and reset operations.

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