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Groups in SAM

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Updated: 3-9-2017

A group is a collection of monitored objects, such as a group of nodes from the same location, or group of all nodes owned by a department.

You can include groups in other groups. For example, you can group all nodes managed by DevOps that are mission critical and then add that group to a more inclusive list of mission critical objects.

Nesting a group within another does not create a strict parent/child relationship. You can include any group as a member in any number of other groups.

 
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