Have you tried FrameFlow's support for maintenance windows? Most organizations have scheduled time periods reserved for performing regular maintenance tasks like patching, upgrades and other types of system maintenance. During these times, it's normal for systems to be offline for a while and your staff probably does not want to get alerts about them.
With FrameFlow it's easy to define maintenance windows so you won't get alerts during planned downtime.
Since different systems have different maintenance schedules and routines, FrameFlow lets you define multiple maintenance windows and assign them to one or more sets of systems.
If you'd like to learn more about maintenance windows, take a quick peek at our latest video. It's just two minutes long and shows how to define both one-time and recurring maintenance windows, and also how to assign them to your devices.Video: Defining Maintenance Windows
FrameFlow 2019.3 is still in development and is now due for release on August 25th. We decided to push back the release date to give us some additional time to finish our testing and add a bit of polish to some of the new features that v2019.3 will include.
The first beta versions will go out to testers in the first week of August. If you're not already on our beta list but would like to sign up, send a short note to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll add you to the list.
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