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About Reports

Reports provide comprehensive information about activities such as the last backup, restore, user rollout, users added, and others that occurred during a specific period. They give granular insights into all business-centric operations and help you make informed decisions and envisage future actions.

Note: Only the Endpoints workload-specific reports are available on the Druva Cloud Platform. Reports containing SaaS App workload data include data specific to Endpoints on the Druva Cloud Platform.

Access Privileges

Considerations

  • Druva cloud administrator, Cloud administrator, and other administrators with View and download reports and view alerts right can view and download all reports.

  • Druva cloud administrator, Cloud administrator, and other administrators with Change report schedules right can subscribe to all reports, manage subscriptions, and send email reports to other subscribers.

For more information about rights, see predefined roles and rights.

Types of reports

The following table lists the types of Endpoints reports.

Report

Displays Information about

Last Backup Status

The last backup status.

Restore Activity

The restore activities.

Deleted Devices

The deleted devices.

Inactive Devices Report

Device inactivity details with respect to connectivity with the server.

Users Report

The number of users added, deleted, and preserved.

User Rollout

Rolled out users, devices activated, license consumption, backup status, total data backed up, etc.

Upgrade Activity Report

The Client upgrade status for active devices.

User Provisioning Report

Users provisioned using SCIM-based IdPs in Endpoints.

License Usage

The total Endpoints license allocated and consumed.

Preserved User Datasources  

The users preserved Endpoints during a specific period.

Alert Report

All alerts generated.

Actions

The following video provides a glimpse of a few actions that can be performed from the Endpoints Reports and the individual report page. 

This section provides information about all the actions in detail.

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Numbers Action Description
1.

View report

The Endpoints Reports page is displayed in the list layout by default. Click image8.pngto view the reports in the card layout. On this page, you can view the report name, its description, and the subscription details. The subscription column shows the number of subscribers. 

  • image4.png - signifies that the logged-in user is not subscribed to the report.
  • image16.png  - signifies that other than the logged-in user, one more user is subscribed to the report.
  •  +<number> - signifies the count of the subscribers.

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The above screenshot signifies that the report is:

  • Subscribed by the logged-in user and one more user.
  • Subscribers will receive reports via email every day at 5:15 PM.
2.

Manage Subscription

You can create, edit, or delete subscriptions. See Manage Subscription for more information.

3.

Email Report

Sends reports via email. See Email Report for more information.

Manage Subscription

Administrators with the change report schedules right can view the Manage Subscriptions setting.

 

Note: The subscriptions from the Endpoints page and the Druva Cloud Platform page are independent, so if you subscribe at both places you may receive two emails unless you remove one subscription. Existing Endpoints report subscriptions from the Endpoints page continue to function and subscribers continue to receive reports in the current format.

Administrators can create a new report subscription for any selected reports. Each report can have multiple subscriptions.

To create a new subscription:

  1. In the list view, click the report you want to create a subscription for and click Manage Subscription > New Subscription.In the card view, click image6.png>New Subscription.

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  1. In the Attachment Format section, select the format in which you want to send the report - CSV or PDF. 

  2. In the Schedule section, click the toggle button to enable or disable the report subscription.

  3. Recurrence specifies how often you want to send the reports - Daily, Weekly, or Monthly. If you select the Weekly or Monthly options, the Repeat field is enabled. Select the required option.

  4. Select the time zone.

Note: By default, the timestamps of the data fetched in the report follow the UTC time zone.

  1. Set the time. The time is set in your local time zone.

  2. Click Next.

  3. Enter the email addresses of the administrators that you want to configure for receiving reports. Press the Enter or Tab key to add multiple email addresses.

  4. Click Submit. You have successfully subscribed to the selected report.

To edit a subscription, click Manage Subscription > Edit and make the required changes, and click Submit.

To delete a subscription, click Manage Subscription > Delete and click Ok to confirm.

Email a report

Administrators can configure the Druva Cloud Platform to send reports to the intended recipient’s email addresses on demand.

To email a report:

  1. In the list view, select the report you want to send to the recipient’s email address and click Email Report. in the card view clicknext to the required report and click Email Report.

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  1. In the Attachment Format section, select the format in which you want to send the report - CSV or PDF. 

  2. In the Recipients section, enter the email addresses of the administrators to whom you want to send reports and press the Enter key.

  3. Select the Add me to the recipient’s list checkbox to add the logged-in user to the list of recipients. 

  4. Click Send Email

  • The report is generated in the selected format and sent to the recipients as a link via email.  The validity of the link is 7 days. 
  • The number of PDFs/CSVs sent via email depends on the number of table charts available in the report. 
  • If there is no data available for the last 30 days, no PDF/CSV will be attached.

This section provides information about the actions that can be performed from the individual Endpoints report page. 

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Numbers Action Description
1.

Quick Filters

You can use Quick Filters to fetch data quickly.

2.

Manage Subscriptions

You can create, edit, or delete subscriptions. See Manage Subscription for more information.

3.

Email Report

Send the report via email. See Email Report for more information.

4.

Filters

Create filters to filter data. See Filters for details.

5.

Download widget-level data

To download the widget-level data in .csv or .pdf formats:

  1. Click the icon from the widget and click Download.

  2. Select the required format.

If you select the CSV format, you need to select one of the following options:

  • I’ll wait: If you select this option, you need to wait till the report is downloaded in the .csv format.
  • Provide Email: If you select this option, provide an email address, and click Submit, you will receive an email to download the report.

Filters

You can create a global filter, page filter, or panel filter to fetch details based on your requirements.

  • Global filter: To create a global filter, click image10.pngFilters from the right upper page and click the + Add Filter icon. 

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  1. On the Filter window, search or select a column to create filters.

  2. From the dropdown list, select the required operand. The selected operand decides the layout of the next section.

  3. Select the required values and click the Apply button. The data will be refined based on the selected filter criteria.

To enable/disable/delete all filters, click image7.jpgnext to the Global Filters and select the required option. 

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  • Page filter: This filter is applied only to the current page. The filters selected in the Quick Filters section are displayed here.

Note: By default, the report data is displayed for the last 30 days for all reports (except the License Usage and Users Reports where the default period is 8 weeks/12 months). You can edit the default period if required using the Updated Time page filter.

To edit, enable/disable, or delete page filters, click image7.jpgnext to the filter and select the required option. 

  • Panel filter: This filter is applied to a specific panel. 

To create a panel filter (for example, Summary):

  1. From the panel, click image1.png->Add Filter. 

  2. On the Filter window, search or select a column to create filters.

  3.  From the dropdown list, select the required operand. The selected operand decides the layout of the next section.

  4. Select the required values and click the Apply button. The panel data will be refined based on the selected filter criteria.

Sort Data

You can also perform the following actions from the individual reports page.

  • Sort data: Use the sort options to sort data in ascending or descending order. 

    • Single-column Sort: Click the image5.pngicon to sort the data in ascending order and click image21.pngto sort the data in descending order.

    • Multiple-column Sort: Click image7.jpg > Apply Multi-Column Sort next to the column to sort data using more than one column. The report data is displayed based on the order of columns selected.

Rearrange columns

You can change the order of the columns in the table by dragging a column and dropping it to the required position within the table.

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