As you can see, within seconds of sending a test message, it'll appear in your inbox.
From here, you're given the option to create your own policies, or allow Perspective to create its own, depending on what type of hardware, software and server you are running.
Similar to the other screen, but allows you to create a policy for servers alone.
From the Devices menu, you can apply different tools to your servers and devices to see how well they are doing, but also check basic diagnostics. It also boasts some pretty impressive statistics and information about that server.
This screen will show you the essentials of your server or device's health; includes a response and availability chart, roles of that device, operating system, vendor, any alerts it may have encountered and plenty of other stuff.
Each server will have a software inventory - essentially an "Add/Remove" programs except in remote viewing. Makes life easier when diagnosing software related issues.
Considering that Windows services can sometimes stop for no reason, if a server isn't responding to a DNS call, by checking to see if the DNS service is running on that machine is made easy now. No more do you need to remote desktop in and check - it's all there with a few clicks of a button.