Also called monitoring dashboards, these offer a glimpse of the day-to-day activities of Logsign. The data is usually real-time, or near real-time. Whether you're concerned about a major event or keeping an eye on day-to-day activities, you can use Operations Dashboard for Logsign to focus on what matters most to you.
Building EPS Stats Dashboard
EPS is primarily part of event logging and management software, which monitors and records every instance of external or internal events a system generates. Typically, the use of EPS varies depending on the underlying system, application or operational environment. If the supported EPS of the underlying infrastructure is higher than the current EPS, administrators can plan capacity and expansion in accordance with the EPS growth trend. Logsign EPS dashboard provides 7 kind of EPS. The list and brief description are as below.
- Event Per Second - External or internal events a system generates
- CPU Utilization - Gauge system performance
- Network Interface - Amount of packets forwarded to Logsign
- Network Utilization - TCP/UDP packets utilization factor
- Drop - Log count overflowed than EPS limit
- Persisted - Log count under the parsing process
- Redundancy - Log count overlapped and removed
Now, let's build an System Status Dashboard sample.
1. Go to Dashboard > Add Widget and select EPS Stats Dashboard icon.
2.Click next and provide Title.
3. It is time to check all kind of EPS dashboard.
4. Select Event Per Second and click the save button.
Building System Stats Dashbard
System Status Dashboard is a status dashboard designed to provide an easy to understand view into an organization's infrastructure health status. System Status Dashboard allows system administrators to easily create and track incidents or schedule system maintenance.
What can System Status Dashboard do?
- Provide users with an easy to understand dashboard detailing the status of CPU and DISK.
- Notice User time to upgrade their system specification.
- Display a prominent alert to users.
So, let's build an System Status Dashboard sample.
1. Go to Dashboard > Add Widget and select System Stats Dashboard icon.
2. Click next and provide Title name. Logsign offer 2 types of System Stats. Therefore, we are going to build CPU status dashboard first.
3. Select Cpu in Widget Type and set the size of panel. Click Save
4. The result is as below.