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Abiquo 4.7

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On the Home view dashboard, the Metrics tab provides an overview of the resources an enterprise is using on the platform.

To jump straight to a resource, click on the resource name in a table. To display more details of an event, click on the event in the table.

For the administrator, by default the platform displays the metrics for the current enterprise. To display metrics for another enterprise, select the enterprise or switch to it. 

For the user, the Metrics tab displays the metrics for the enterprise's virtual datacenters.

Enterprise resources and virtual datacenter resources

This panel shows statistics of the resources used by an enterprise in all accessible datacenters, or the selected virtual datacenter. The display depends on user privileges, see Configure dashboard display

  • To view usage and limits for a single virtual datacenter, select Virtual datacenters from the drop-down list and then select one from the second drop-down list.
  • To view usage for an enterprise, select or switch to the enterprise, and select Enterprise from the drop-down list.


StatisticsDescription
Virtual CPUs

Virtual CPUs used by VMs that are currently deployed

Storage

VM disks that are created on the hypervisor datastore. This includes non-persistent VM system disks and hard disks.
These disks will be deleted when the VM is undeployed. Gigabytes of disks created on datastores.

MemoryGigabytes of RAM used by VMs that are currently deployed
Ext. StorageVolumes of storage created on integrated/managed iSCSI or NFS, or generic iSCSI storage devices.
This includes volumes of persistent external storage and persistent VM system disks. Gigabytes of volumes created in VDCs.
VLANsPrivate VLANs defined in Abiquo. A default private VLAN is always created when you create a virtual datacenter. Number of VLANS created in VDCs
Public IPsNumber of IP addresses purchased or reserved in public VLANs
RepositoryNFS Repository space used by the enterprise in the Apps library including templates and instances but not conversions (GB). Available for enterprises only, not individual virtual datacenters
Virtual machinesNumber of VMs deployed by the enterprise

Screenshot: For the selected enterprise the chart displays resource usage with soft and hard limits.

 Key:

  • Green = used
  • Orange = soft limit
  • Yellow = soft limit exceeded
  • Red = hard limit

Virtual appliances

This is a list of details of all the virtual appliances in the platform, including:
  • Virtual appliance name
  • Virtual datacenter currently hosting this virtual appliance
  • Total VMs deployed
  • Currently running VMs
  • Number of storage volumes currently attached to VMs

To open a virtual appliance, double-click on the virtual appliance name.

Virtual datacenters

This is a list of all the virtual datacenters of the current enterprise on the platform, including:
  • Virtual datacenter name
  • Location
  • Total VMs deployed
  • Currently running VMs
  • Total number of storage volumes created
  • Number of storage volumes currently attached to VMs

To open a virtual datacenter, double-click on the virtual datacenter name.

Events

This is a condensed view of the Events view logs. It is controlled with the same privileges as the Events view, and it will display events depending on the user's role, privileges and scope.

Privilege: Display all events for current enterprise, Display all events

You can filter the events by severity, including All, ERROR, INFO, and WARN.

Click on an event to open the event in a popup.

 Click here to show/hide the screenshot

Last deployed VMs

This is a list of the last VMs deployed by the enterprise on the platform. It can be filtered to display the last VMs deployed by each user. The details include:
  • Virtual machine label
  • Creation user
  • Start time
  • State

To open the virtual appliance that contains a VM, double-click on the VM name.

Last triggered alerts

This is a list of the last alerts triggered for the enterprise on the platform. The details include:
  • Alert
  • Date
  • Active