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Orion Maps - Broken line / hide traffic / convert tools

 

Feature request to improve Orion Map

We have many requests from our customers (many case on support team) because they won't migrate maps from Network Atlas to Orion map due to lack of functionality.

They need :

  • How is it possible to create broken line?
  • How is it possible to hide traffic (only display % bandwidth usage)
  • How could we migrate from Network Atlas to Orion Map.

We have customers that have more than 150 Network Atlas maps, they need to have a tools to convert them.

Example with network atlas vs Orion Map :

map-orion.png

We have on this one only 20 device but I can't imagine to convert a map with 50 - 100 device on Orion Map :

map-orion2.png

Many case have been opened and closed without workaround.

Antoine

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  •  Thank you for the feedback and screenshots.

    • The ability to have right angle or curved connections is a well understood request. It would certainly benefit maps, specifically more data dense maps as you mention above. 
    • The ability to hide connection statistics is also well understood. It can clutter maps in some cases, on others, customers enjoy seeing additional data.  Not everyone has the ability to interact with the map so having more detail on the screen is important. It sounds like you are wanting to remove the traffic statistics but still see utilization correct? Would you see other use cases as viable? What about only showing statistics when a poor state exists?
    • Also understand the desire for a migration utility. And I have had many conversations with customers that have much more than 150 maps so completely agree this is important. This is not a trivial task I am afraid as the two tech stacks are very dissimilar. 

     We absolutely appreciate the feedback and each of these will be certainly in consideration for a future release.  

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  •  Thank you for the feedback and screenshots.

    • The ability to have right angle or curved connections is a well understood request. It would certainly benefit maps, specifically more data dense maps as you mention above. 
    • The ability to hide connection statistics is also well understood. It can clutter maps in some cases, on others, customers enjoy seeing additional data.  Not everyone has the ability to interact with the map so having more detail on the screen is important. It sounds like you are wanting to remove the traffic statistics but still see utilization correct? Would you see other use cases as viable? What about only showing statistics when a poor state exists?
    • Also understand the desire for a migration utility. And I have had many conversations with customers that have much more than 150 maps so completely agree this is important. This is not a trivial task I am afraid as the two tech stacks are very dissimilar. 

     We absolutely appreciate the feedback and each of these will be certainly in consideration for a future release.  

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