Hierarchical data model

OpsClarity's hierarchical model gives a Google Maps-like data organization for rapid analysis of your applications and the infrastructure running the applications.

The highest level it the hierarchy is the region.  Look for the cloud symbol at the top to select the region you wish to view from the drop down menu:

 
 

After making that selection, you'll see the region's service and host counts in the upper right hand corner of the interface.  Each region is further organized into Availability Zones (AZs), services, and the underlying hosts for the services:

 
 

While the default view is topological, the hierarchy can also be viewed at the host level by clicking on Hostmap here just under the filter icon at the top of the screen.  This hostmap is overlaid with service groupings and service health:

 

In this same area of the interface you'll see be able to see the application topology.

 

If you have any questions or comments about this article, feel free to contact us at support@opsclarity.com.

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