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For the administrator, the Home view dashboard provides statistics and  an overview of the resources an you are managing on the platform. It is the first screen you will see when you log in.    To return to this view from any other screen, click the Home icon      .    The home view dashboard is a general view of the resources currently being used by your enterprise in four different panels, described from left to right, top down:    Enterprise Resources,    Virtual appliances,    Virtual datacenters, and Events.

For the API documentation for this feature, see StatisticsResource

To jump to a virtual datacenter or VM double click on it in the Virtual datacenters or VMs table. 

All information shown is contextualized for the current user and this documentation assumes that the user has administrator privileges.

Selecting an enterprise

To display the dashboard statistics of an enterprise, click on the enterprise in the Enterprise list. The name of the selected enterprise will display above the dashboard panels.

 

Privilege: List all enterprises, Allow user to switch enterprise

To switch to another enterprise to administer that enterprise, click the switch enterprise button beside a name in the enterprise list. The name of the enterprise that you are currently using will be displayed beneath your username in the top right-hand corner of the screen. When you log out and log in again, the enterprise will  not  be reset. All your actions with virtual datacenters, virtual appliances, VMs and VM templates will apply to the current enterprise until you switch to another enterprise

 

 

Enterprise resource statistics

This screen shows statistics of the resources used by the current or selected enterprise and/or the selected virtual datacenters in all the accessible datacenters. The view will depend on the user's scope and privileges. See  Enterprise Statistics  and  Virtual Datacenter Statistics  for more information.

Privilege: Display enterprise statistics, Display enterprise limits in statistics

By default, the statistics are updated at the interval set in  Configuration View  on the Dashboard page of the System Properties tab with the "Refresh interval for dashboard" parameter.

StatisticsDescriptionGreenRedGray
Virtual CPUs

Virtual CPUs used by VMs that are currently deployed

LimitUsed 
Storage

VM disks that are created on the hypervisor datastore. This includes non-persistent VM system disks and ESXi hard disks.
These disks will be deleted when the VM is undeployed (GB)

LimitUsed 
MemoryRAM used by VMs that are currently deployed (GB)LimitUsed 
Ext. StorageVolumes of iSCSI storage created on integrated/managed or generic iSCSI storage devices.
This includes volumes of persistent external storage and persistent VM system disks (GB)
LimitGB of volumes in VDCs 
VLANsPrivate VLANs defined in Abiquo. A default private VLAN is always created when you create a virtual datacenterLimitVLANS created in VDCs 
Public IPsIP addresses in public VLANsLimitUsedReserved
or purchased
by enterprise
RepositoryNFS Repository space used by the enterprise in the Apps library including templates and instances but not conversionsLimitUsed 

 

Virtual datacenters

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Virtual appliances

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Events

This is a condensed view of the Events view logs. It is controlled with the same privileges as the Events view, so if the user has no events privileges, no events window will display here. Otherwise, the window will display all events for the enterprise or all events, depending on the user's role, privileges and scope.

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

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