For one customer, or Organisation we will have 100+ sites.
it implies you can group a number of netwroks together into an organisation;
"A dashboard organization contains one or more dashboard networks (i.e., networks are children
of organizations). "
But looking at
it seems an organisation is completely separate, like an entirely different entity;
"Even though a single account can access multiple organizations, each organization is treated entirely independently. Therefore, licensing, inventory, users, and configurations are all kept within an organization. "
Having looked at the menu options, it would seem the latter is true ?
Is there a way to group a number of Networsk together into one container, which then opens up to a separate level.
Tier 1 sites
Tier 2 sites
Otherwise the top-level dashboard will get very unwieldy with 100+ networks to scroll through, or else hard to manage if you can't sub-divide them.
both is true...
A dashboard org contains one or more networks
An organisation is a separate entity
A lot of location (eq. networks) will end up in a lot of networks, which tends to get confusing.
Still you can not have like many hierarchy.
So either on organisation with a lot of networks.
Many organisation is in my opinion not an option, as you probably would like to have communication between the sites.
You can kinda do this with tags, kinda.
You can put a tag on a network, like "Tier1". Then in Organization/Overview you can display networks with a tag (using search).
Thank you for the reply.
It sounds like there is no simple way .....
To reply to your comment on hierarchy I would only like one top level hierarchy, with a small number of 'categories'.
Large Sites (x5)
Type A sites (x45)
Type B sites (x50)
That's a possibility, or I suppose I could adhere to a naming convention and just use search in the overview ;-]
Thx for seeding that idea.