The CommCell Group Dashboard displays a preview of the most critical information gathered from all of the CommCell computers in the selected group. Use the CommCell Group Dashboard to monitor CommCell performance from a high level. Many windows on the Dashboard open more detailed reports that you can use to analyze the collected statistics.
For instructions on creating a CommCell Group, see Creating a CommCell Group for Reports.
The Usage Overview table provides a list of all entities in all CommCells in the CommCell Group.
|Servers||Total number of servers in the CommCell Group.|
|Laptops||Total number of Laptop clients in the CommCell Group.|
|VMs||Total number of virtual machines in the CommCell Group.|
|Users||Total number of users in the CommCell Group.|
|CI Objects||Total number of Content Indexing objects in the CommCell Group.|
|Disk Library||Total size of all disk libraries associated with all CommCells in the CommCell Group.|
|Dedupe Store||Total size of all deduplication stores associated with all CommCells in the CommCell Group.|
The percentage of subclients in all CommCell computers in the group that met or missed Service Level Agreement (SLA). You can click the Details button to open the CommCell Details table and view information about the subclients that missed SLA.
The CommCell Details table lists all subclients in all CommCell computers in the group that missed SLA and the reason that they failed to back up.
|CommCell Name||Name of the CommCell computer where SLA missed.|
|Met SLA||The number of clients that met SLA.|
|Missed SLA||The number of clients that missed SLA.|
|SLA %||The percentage of clients that met SLA.|
|Status||Status of SLA for the CommCell computer.|
The Current Capacity Usage chart indicates the maximum amount of storage space used to back up and archive data from all CommCell computers in the last month. You can click the Details button to view the Capacity License Usage report.
Storage - Data Retention estimates the amount of data that will be eligible for pruning, based solely on the retention days and extended retention settings configured in the storage policy copy. Other parameters related to data retention, such as retention cycles and dependencies amongst backup types are not considered in this calculation. For a more detailed calculation of data retention, see the Data Retention Forecast and Compliance Report.
Use this chart to determine the amount of stored data that is old enough to be archived. Categories in the chart include data that is 0 - 90 days old, data that is 90 - 365 days old, and data that is more than one year old.
The Last Week Backup Job Summary chart displays the number of jobs that succeeded or failed during each day in the last week. Click the Details button to view the Worldwide Backup Statistics Report.
The Strikes chart indicates the number of subclients in all CommCell computers in the group that have one or more failed backup jobs since the last successful backup job. Click the Details button to view the Strike Count Report.
Throughput indicates the amount of throughput for backup jobs from the previous day in all CommCell computers in the group. The formula used to calculate throughput is:
Application Size / 24
Click the Details button to view the Average Backup Throughput in Last 8 Days Report.