After you log in to the system, you can see the OnApp dashboard. The dashboard provides resource usage statistics, activity log, and your cloud summary. The sidebar menu consists of the following tabs:
- Cloud that includes Dashboard, Service Catalog, Appliances, and Components such as templates, service add-ons, recipes, etc.
- CDN that contains CDN related resources and server instances.
- Metrics that provides statistics on the usage of Cloud, Storage, CDN, and other available resources.
- Admin that allows administrators to manage compute resources, users, billing, notifications, settings, etc.
You can choose the time period (24 hours, 7 or 30 days), for which the statistics will be shown. Resource statistics are represented in the form of bars and charts, which show the following.
Total virtual cores assigned to running VSs (may be higher than active cores if overselling)
|Total physical cores on all compute resources which are configured in OnApp||The points on the graph show daily peaks of used CPU (in cores) for a particular time period. Hover over a particular point, to view the peak of used CPU that will appear below the chart.|
|Memory||Total amount of memory used currently.||Sum total of RAM allocated to VSs + RAM allocated to orphaned VSs||The points on the graph show daily peaks of used memory (in MB) for a particular time period. Hover over a particular point, to view the peak of used memory that will appear below the chart.|
|Storage||Total amount of storage currently used.||Sum total of all VS disks unused capacities + orphan disks capacities||The points on the graph show daily peaks of used storage space (in GB) for a particular time period. Hover over a particular point, to view the peak of used storage space that will appear below the chart.|
|IOPS /h usage||The amount of input/output requests for the entire cloud (blue part of the bar- data read, dark blue - data written) for the last hour.||The points on the graph show the total amount of input/output requests for a particular time period. Hover over a particular point, to view the peak of input/output requests that will appear below the chart.|
|Baremetal servers||The amount of running baremetal servers in the cloud||The amount of baremetal servers created in the cloud||The points on the graph show daily peaks of amount of created baremetal servers. Hover over a particular point, to view the peak of amount of created baremetal servers that will appear below the chart.|
|Smart servers||The amount of running smart servers in the cloud||The amount of smart servers created in the cloud|
The points on the graph show daily peaks of amount of created smart servers. Hover over a particular point, to view the peak of amount of created smart servers that will appear below the chart.
Click the Admin tab and go to Settings > Configuration > Interface > Dashboard Statistics to choose which statistics will be shown on the dashboard.
Ensure that Dashboard permissions are enabled before viewing dashboard statistics. For more information about permissions, refer to the Permissions section of this guide.
For Integrated Storage, the Storage usage is displayed in the following way:
Used - sum of all created vdisks in all Data Stores in the cloud
Total - sum of all disk capacities on Data Stores in the cloud
This section shows details of the entire cloud:
- For users, it shows the total number of virtual servers, RAM, data stores, backups, and disk space they're using.
- For administrators, it shows the total number of virtual servers, compute resources, data stores, and backups on the entire cloud.
At the bottom of the screen is a record of recent transactions. To view details of a transaction, click a Ref number.
- Users see recent transactions for their virtual servers.
- Administrators see recent transactions for the entire cloud.
From the top pane, you can run the following actions:
- Click the Arrow button to hide the sidebar menu.
- Use Search to run a global search across the cloud.
- Click your login to view My Profile or to log out.
- Click the Create Server button to create a new virtual server, application server, load balancer, edge server, or storage server.
- To hide the infobox on a particular page, click the Close button in the upper-right corner of the infobox. For more infobox settings, refer to User Profile section.