AppMon 2018 March feature
The sidebar is the central point for navigating the Client. It allows you to open and create dashboards, access the most important session and server based views as well as to open dashlets. Furthermore, it provides easy access to various settings and actions. The sidebar replaces the formerly used cockpit. The old cockpit, however, is still available as a dashlet.
Click an entry with the arrow to view sub-bar. Each sub-bar contains a searchbox (A) to help you easily find a required item. Just start typing inside it.
By default every dashlet or business transaction opens in the current dashboard. To open it in a new dashboard, click the New link (B).
Some sidebars for quick keyboard navigation. Find the key combinations in the Keyboard shortcuts section.
Click the Dashboards entry to open a sub-bar with a list of all dashboards stored on the currently selected server as well as all dashboards stored offline.
You can also create a new empty dashboard by clicking the New button.
The Manage Dashboards button opens the Dashboards dashlet, where you can manage dashboards of the currently selected server.
The Sessions section contains System Profile/Stored session related dashboards and dashlets. By default their datasource is tied to the server and session selector, and the data scope will change if you select other server and/or system profile/session. However, you can change this in the dashboard settings. The name of the currently selected System Profile/session is appended to the item.
The Monitoring overview item opens the built-in Monitoring Dashboard, which contains the Transaction Flow and offers drilldowns to business analytics, applications and infrastructure data.
The Applications item opens the built-in Applications Dashboard.
The Business Transactions item opens the sub-bar with the list of business transactions for the selected System Profile/stored session. Click a business transaction to open its Business transaction hotspot dashlet. You can also quickly get to the Business transactions item of the System Profile Preferences, or the Business transactions dashlet from here.
The Dashlets item opens up a sub-bar with a list of all dashlet types organized by different categories. The Favorite section list dashlet, you selected in the Dashlets list.
The Server section contains a list of server-related views, that show data for the currently selected server, regardless of the System Profile/session selection. The name of the currently selected server is appended to the item.
The Agents Overview item opens the Agents Overview dashlet, showing a list of currently connected Agent.
The Infrastructure item opens the Infrastructure overview dashlet, showing the monitored hosts.
The Databases item opens the Database instances dashlet, showing the monitored databases.
The Insidents item opens the Incidents dashlet, showing all the incidents within the last 72 hours.
The Tasks and Monitors item opens Tasks and Monitors dashlet, allowing you to configure new Tasks and Monitors as well as editing and verifying existing ones.
The System Profiles item opens System Profiles dashlet showing all System Profiles of the currently selected server. It also allows you to create, import, export, and delete System Profiles.
The Stored Sessions item opens Session Browser dashlet showing all stored sessions, memory dumps, thread dumps and CPU samplings stored on the currently selected server. It also allows you to import, export and delete sessions.
The System Information item opens the System Information dashlet allowing access to various configuration and log-files of you AppMon environment, including Agents, Collectors, Server and the Client.
The Deployment Health item opens the sub-bar with the list of Deployment Health dashboards allowing to monitor your AppMon setup.
Action items (4)
The Start Center is the entry point for some common use cases.
Instead of right-clicks, the new sidebar offers actions as items of the Settings sub-bar. The list of session actions depends on the selected session type — live or stored.