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I have a need to monitor thousands of B2B transactions, and to display only the B2B sites that are "down." When the customer site is "up" I want them to be removed from the list.

Can this be done?

Example

Customer #1 down since [date and time]

Customer #2 down since [date and time]

[...]

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Hi Jamie,

This wouldn't be possible out of the box. By default all components are shown regardless of whether they are operational or not. At Broadcom we use audience-specific pages and have set up components mapping to customer tenants. When a customer logs in they only see their components/environment. However appreciate this probably isn't what you are looking for.

Alternatively you could write a custom page that utilizes the Statuspage API and use some JavaScript that would only display components that have a status other than operational. 

Thanks,
Nick

Thanks for your insight!

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