Category: Dashboard

(Dashboard) Notifications

Location: on the Dashboard landing page.
Access path:  Dashboard tab on the menu bar.

The titles of 5 most recent notifications appear in a list. New-to-you notifications appear in their entirety and in their own pane on the right side of the page.

Available operations:

  • Dismiss new-to-you notifications by clicking the “X” in the upper right corner. The next time you view the Dashboard page, this notification will not be visible in this area.
  • Open a named notification by clicking its title. It will open on the Dashboard > Notifications page.
  • View all notifications by clicking that text. This opens the Administration > Notifications page where you can browse through all the notifications.

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(Dashboard) Latest Alerts

Location: on the Dashboard landing page.
Access path: Dashboard tab on the menu bar.

An alert is a message initiated automatically in response to a pre-defined condition. Client type alerts are initiated for certain conditions specific to an individual server or storage and monitored by Recovery Console. Some of the client alerts are defined by the client on the Server Details Alerts Tab.

This pane presents the 10 most recent alerts for your account. Alert status is indicated by a colored circle: red is open, a resolved issue has no status.
Alerts remain open until they are manually flagged as resolved on the Monitoring > Alerts (List) page.

Latest Alerts pane on Dashboard

Available operations:

  • Open a tooltip showing the object name and condition by holding the mouse pointer over an alert’s description.
  • Drill-down to the alert’s details by clicking on its description. This opens the Alert Details page from which you can drill-down to the Server Details page which has the client-defined alert conditions.
  • Navigate to the Alerts pane on the Monitoring menu by clicking the Go to Alerts… text.

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Data Growth

Location: on the Dashboard landing page.
Access path: Dashboard tab on the menu bar.

This pane presents a graph of the change in aggregate stored data over time. Storage volume is expressed in terabytes (TB).

Data in Continuity Storage, i.e., server snapshots, is represented by a yellow line. Data in Long Term Storage, i.e., data in the Archived type servers, is represented by a blue line. Data in NetApp Storage is represented by a green line. File Level Backup data is represented by a violet line. Not every client will have all types of storage.

Data Growth pane on Dashboard

Available operations:

  • Filter the data by selecting a different time period in the time drop-down list box.
  • Zoom in on a time period by double clicking and dragging the mouse pointer horizontally across part of the graph. You can reset the zoom by clicking the control in the upper right corner of the graph.
  • Open the Storage Utilization page by clicking the Full Report text.

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