Dashboard

Dashboards provides general view about your deployments and your traffic. Also provides analyser tool to compare current traffic with previous values.

At the top, you can view your deployments and their status. Any deployment which has not created any traffic for 24 hours indicated as "Passive".

Figure 1. Daschboard -Explained

Below the deployment status section, you can select time range for viewing data. Dashboard can show for last one year data. You can select pre-defined time ranges or you can select custom date range for analysing your traffic.

Once you select time range, data will be updated on the widgets. You can view total traffic as well as individual main category requests in selected time range. There are four main categories each of which also divided into sub-categories.

Sub categories section shows hit count of each sub-categories by desending order and total percentage. If you select main category, this list is updated based on sub-categories for selected main category.

The important part of this screen is "Anomaly Graph". Anomaly graph shows your average taraffic shape and the current hit counts. Your average traffic shape is calculated based on your past traffic and shown as blue shaded area on the graph. Your current hit rate is shown as line. If your current hits is above the average in some limits, which is shown under the graph, the line colour changes. By analysing this graph you can easily identify any anomalies in your network. For showing specific data based on category, you can select desired main category or sub category

Figure 2. Domain Information

Below the graph, you can view actual requested domain information in selected time range.

The list is populated by domain information based on selected main category and ordered by hit count desending. To view domain information of sub-category you can select from sub-category list top domain list is automatically updated based on selected-sub category.

Graph on the right side shows hit count distribution of selected domain over selected time range.

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