Dashboard

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Login PI Dashboard

These are the health indicator panes that appear at the top of the new dashboard:

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High-level:

  • Login success: Shows the amount of successful test account logins
  • Login performance and Application performance percentages: Shows how often the defined performance thresholds weren't exceeded over time
  • Time and date are also displayed (profile selection drop-down now located in the top menu bar)

You can also configure the time-span of the health indicator panes, which the system uses to calculate the percentage results. To do this, simply click the relevant Timespan drop-down arrow and choose between the following time-frames: 15/30/45/60 mins.

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Network Latency Measurements (target/endpoint/client) & Protocol Latency

This can help assist with maintaining SLAs, show trends in high resource consumption, and specifically show what might be problematic on clients/endpoints.

Description

Screenshot

  • The y-axis shows latency and the x-axis shows time
  • Different time-frames can be selected on the bottom of the card
Average Latency over time high-level view

Hovering over points shows a granularized-metrics tooltip:

  • Latency: Endpoint networking latency
  • Outbound bitrate: Actual bitrate of the outbound transmission
  • CPU Load: CPU load (on server-side for endpoint delivery)
  • Memory Load: Endpoint memory load
  • Number of Processes: Number of running processes on target
Average Latency over time granularized metrics

Click on More... button to expose Protocol Latency per launcher and host. This can help point out potential problem hosts and launchers, or those which might need attention.

  • Vertical orange line segments (y-axis) on the bar graph show what the threshold is set to
    • This is also what the horizontal line segments denote (x-axis) on the adjacent line graph
  • The yellow line shows the latency of active hosts and launchers over time, juxtaposed against the orange threshold line
Protocol Latency per Launcher and Host

Clicking on the card's question mark in the upper-right will expose a "help" card.

Average Latency help card

Alerts Panel

This can help to see when the most alerts are generated, whether it be day of week or time of day.

Description

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An alerts panel is displayed just like it was in the previous dashboard.

Alerts panel
  • The Alerts panel high-level view
    • The y-axis is the number of alerts
    • The x-axis is the time frame
  • Different time-frames can be selected at the bottom of the card
Alerts-Over-Time high-level view

Hover over a point to see the actual number of generated alerts for that time.

Granular alerts tooltip in integer amount at that time

Click on the question mark in the upper-right-hand corner of the card to display the "help" card.

Alerts-Over-Time help card

Application Start Times (last two hours)

See how long each program is taking to start over the past two hours of testing, and see if thresholds are being exceeded.

Description

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The high-level view of the Application Start Time card:

  • Vertical orange line segments (y-axis) on the bar graph show what the threshold is set to
    • The bar graph shows a 15-minute time frame
    • Red/orange blips and the X.XX values denote that a threshold has been exceeded
  • This is also what the horizontal line segments denote (x-axis) on the adjacent line graph
    • The line graph shows a 2-hour time frame
    • The yellow line shows the application start times, juxtaposed against the orange threshold line
    • These can help point out positive and negative trends

Application Start Time high-level view

Click on the question mark in the upper-right-hand of the card to expose the Application Start Time "help" card.

Application Start Time "help" card

Average Login Times

See the average login times to potentially isolate negative trends, or when login times should have more attention paid to them.

Description

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The high-level view of the Average Login Times card

  • The y-axis is the login amount that occurred
  • The x-axis is the time selected
  • Granular time-frames can be selected as buttons on the bottom of the card
  • Note that the metrics are graphed with different gray gradients for further granularity

Average Login Times high-level view

Hover over a point on the graph to expose granular metrics. This can help show what might need specific attention. Namely, how long it takes for each of the following to "complete" or load within that time-frame:

  • Login
  • User Profiles
  • Group Policies
  • Shell Start: (PowerShell script)
  • Total: (all of the above combined)

Average Login Times granular metrics in a particular time-frame

Click on the question mark in the upper-right-hand of the card to show a "help" card.

  • Logon/Running metrics can be disabled on the graph by clicking their name in the legend

Average Login Times help card

Login Success Percentage

See the percentage of test login successes for the last 24 hours. Discover as soon as possible if there’s a potentially unsuccessful login in a production environment.

Description

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The high-level view of the Login Success Percentage over time card:

  • The y-axis is the percentage of successful logins
  • The x-axis is the time selected
  • Granular time-frames can be selected as buttons on the bottom of the card
  • Time-frame percentage bars are red if the login success threshold percentages were exceeded (dipped below percentage threshold)

Login Success Percentage over time high-level view

Hover over a time-frame's percentage bar to show granular metrics of successful logins:

  • Scheduled logins per the Login PI job
  • Successful logins from the scheduled logins
  • Failed logins
  • Success %: Successful logins in percent

Granular Login Success Percentages

Click on the question mark in the upper-right-hand of the card to show a "help" card.

Login Success Percentage help card