Business Application Dashboard
  • 15 Mar 2022
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Dashboard

  • The Business Application Dashboard in Servereless360 includes a set of customizable widgets that can be built and arranged based on the data and reports that are most relevant to the business scenario.

  • A Business Application can have multiple dashboards. Each dashboard consists of different types of customizable widgets which can be configured and arranged as per the user's need.

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Chart types

Users can select from a variety of charts and group the values based on resources and metrics to best suit their business needs.

Serverless360 supports six types of charts:

  • Count chart
  • Line chart
  • Bar chart
  • Area chart
  • Pie chart
  • Grid chart

Count chart

  • Count chart is represented by a single cumulated value of the metric at a given time frame.

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  • By hovering over the info icon, users can see a summary of the Count chart widget.

Line chart

  • Line chart is a Multi Time Series chart that displays date / time on X-axis and data points from a group of selected metrics or resources on Y-axis.

  • By hovering over the info icon, users can see a summary of the Line chart widget.

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  • Hover over the data points to see the precise value.

  • Users can personalise the data visualisation for the Line chart by grouping the real-time data by metric or resource.

Bar chart

  • Bar chart is a Multi Time Series chart that displays data points on X-axis and the list of metrics / resources on Y-axis.

  • By hovering over the info icon, users can see a summary of the Bar chart widget.

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  • Hover over the bars to see the precise value.

  • Users can personalise the data visualisation for the Bar chart by grouping the real-time data by metric or resource.

Area Chart

  • Area chart is a Multi Time Series chart that displays date / time on X-axis and data points from a group of selected metrics or resources on Y-axis.

  • By hovering over the info icon, users can see a summary of the Area chart widget.

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  • Hover over the areas to see the precise value.

  • Users can personalise the data visualisation for the Area chart by grouping the real-time data by metric or resource.

Pie Chart

  • Pie chart is a circular statistical graphic, which is divided into slices to illustrate numerical proportion. In a pie chart, the arc length of each slice, is proportional to the values of various resources or metrics over a specified time period.

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  • By hovering over the info icon, users can see a summary of the Pie chart widget.

  • Hover over any of the slices to view the precise values.

    • Users can personalise the data visualisation for the Area chart by grouping the real-time data by metric or resource.

Grid

  • Grid displays the real-time generated data in a table format, allowing users to filter specific columns based on their needs.

  • By hovering over the info icon, users can see a summary of the Grid widget.

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  • Grid widgets are useful when the real-time generated data is large and it is necessary to know all the essential information from the generated data.

  • Users can personalise the data visualisation for the Grid by grouping the real-time data by metric or resource.

Widget summary

  • Every Dashboard widget has an info button that displays an overview of the widget's configuration.

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  • Each Dashboard widget now has a Download option that allows users to download the summary in an excel sheet.

Default Dashboard

  • There may be multiple Dashboards for each Business Application.

  • One among the available Dashboards can be set as default by the user, which lands the user to the Default Dashboard when navigated to the Dashboard section.

  • The Default Dashboard can be changed at any point of time.

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