A system dashboard:

  • Cannot be deleted but you can enable or disable it to make it visible or not, on the Dashboards management page.

  • Cannot be renamed.

  • Can be duplicated.

System Dashboards

The application provides System Dashboards by default.

  • Click Dashboards in the menu to display the list:

    • Office 365 Operations

    • Exchange

    • OneDrive

    • Teams Advanced

    • Teams

    • SkypeForBusiness

    • MS Service Health

    • Mail Routing

    • Mail Routing Hybrid

    • Network

    • URL

    • Exchange Edge

    • ADFS

    • AAD Connect

    • Exchange Mailbox Servers

    • Exchange DAG

    • Robots Health

Custom Dashboards

Only Administrator users can create custom dashboards.

A custom dashboard can be edited using the Edition mode if you need to add, resize, move, remove a card, or rename the dashboard.

You can easily create a custom dashboard in the Dashboards management menu.

Dashboard overview

A dashboard consists of displaying data with cards.

Status cards

You can see here workloads are in different color status.

Color status is an indicator and can be the following:

  • GREEN indicator means that the status is OK: there is no issue detected.

  • ORANGE indicator means a degraded status.

  • RED indicator means a critical status.

Statuses are based on policies set by the application.

  • Click the info button to see more details.

This is the description of issues that need to be fixed.

Actions at the top-right allow you to:

  • Copy the message to clipboard.

  • Close this pop up message.

Graphs cards

The data is aggregated for up to 5 minutes for a best readability.
So if you scan all 3 minutes you will only see dots all the 5 minutes. And if you scan all 15 minutes, you will see dots all 15 minutes.

  • Click the +/- button to zoom in or zoom out on the graph (you can also select a specific area with the mouse to make a zoom).

When zooming on a graph, the selected area also applies on the other graph.

  • Click on an item of the graph legend to enable or disable the specific metric.
    Then the selected metrics appear in grey.

Time period

  • Select a Time period if you need to display the data according to a specific period.
    For example, click on 12h if you need to display the data during the last 12 hours.

Status card is always displaying its color according to real-time status, even when you click on a different Time period (during which an issue may have occurred).