Dashboards can be displayed at a provider-level or tenant-level. The dashboard displays different widgets and this page gives the overall picture on alerts and events, users, apps, deployment locations, clusters, tenants and license usage.
Providers can view both the provider-level dashboard and also select the respective tenants (incase of multiple) to view the dashobard.
Tenants can view only their tenant dashboard and will not have access to the provider-level dashboard or other tenant dashboards.
Providers can view the cluster level dashboard which provides information on the traffic, cluster health, deployment locations and few other graphs.
Overview dashboard displays the alerts and events, users, deployment locations, clusters, tenants and license usage graphs or information.
Alerts and Events¶
Alerts and events displays the alerts and events for a particular tenant or all tenants depending if you are viewing the provider or tenant dashboard. You can filter the alerts and events by severity, warning, notification and information.
You can toggle to check the log collection stats which provides the timestamp, tenant ID, cluster ID, system module and message.
Alerts can be sorted by time, severity, object type, name or tenant and events can be sorted by time or severity.
User information with the time stamp is available. You can view the provider admin or tenant admin roles provided.
The deployment location is highlighted which provides the number of clusters or devices associated with the particular location.
Displays the cluster information which provides the CPU and memory information and this available only in the provider dashboard.
Displays the tenant information which provides the app services running, partition information along with the alert information.
Displays the license information with the number of managed devices and managed bandwidth information.
Displays all the workflow information for example it provides the deployment, registration information, deregister information, along with the time stamp, status of the task completion for a particular provider or tenant depending the dashboard you are viewing.
Notifies all the alerts triggered or generated for a particular provider or tenant depending the dashboard you are viewing.
Cluster dashboard displays the average cluster CPU, memory, trhoughput, alerts, devices, deployment locations, traffic, cluster health, data CPU and connections graphs or information.
Average Cluster CPU and Cluster Memory¶
Displays the percentage of average cluster CPU and average cluster memory.
Throughput and Alerts¶
Displays the throughput rate and displays the total alerts and events generated.
Displays the number of devices and the device health over time.
Displays the deployment locations with the number of devices associated with that particular location.
Displays the traffic for the amount of data received and the amount of data sent and you can filter to check either the amount of data received or amount of data sent.
Displays the health of the cluster.
Displays the CPU usage.
Displays the connections per device.
To view a particular app analytics you can select the app selector and select the apps to view their analytics for the following apps:
To view the Thunder ADC analytics, check the Thunder ADC documentation.
To view the Object Explorer information, check the Object Explorer documentation.
To view the Lightning ADC analytics, check the Lightning ADC documentation.
To view the CGN analytics, check the Carrier Grade NAT documentation.
To view the Gi Firewall analytics, check the Gi Firewall documentation.
You can traverse back to the controller by selecting the App selector > Controller.