On the Manage CloudCache page, you can view the information and graphs about CloudCache usage, the current version of CloudCache instance, and the estimated un-sync data for the configured CloudCache instances. You can also perform actions to regenerate the activation token, configure the CloudCache instances, and upgrade the CloudCache instances that you have configured.
On the Manage CloudCache page, you can view the information on the following tabs:
On the Summary tab, you can view the information and graphs about Phoenix CloudCache usage.
You can view the following graphs:
Note: To refresh these graphs, refresh the page.
The Configuration Overview section displays the graph for total number of servers and VMs configured through CloudCache and direct to Phoenix cloud.
The Total Usage section displays the graph for the total size allocated to CloudCache, and the total size used.
Size breakup by CloudCache (Used/Allocated)
The Size Breakup by CloudCache section displays the graph for breakup of licensed size of Phoenix CloudCache for all Phoenix CloudCache instances and the size consumed by each Phoenix CloudCache instance.
The total licensed size is graphically represented by gray bar and the size consumed is represented by blue bar. The number above the bar indicates the size of Phoenix CloudCache used against the licensed size.
Note: You can scroll the list to view the graphical representation of the size breakup for all instances of Phoenix CloudCache.
Top 5 CloudCache Usage (Last 30 days)
The Top 5 CloudCache Usage section displays the graph for the average usage per Phoenix CloudCache instance versus the average size of Phoenix CloudCache used in the last 30 days.
You can move the mouse pointer over the graph to view the usage of all CloudCache instances on a particular day.
Unconfigured CloudCache tab
On the Unconfigured CloudCache tab, you can view the list of CloudCache instances that you have to configure or for which you need to regenerate the activation token.
The instances of Phoenix CloudCache that you activate appear on the Unconfigured CloudCache page. The Action column prompts you for performing necessary tasks. For example, if an entry in the Action column is "Configure", you must configure that instance of Phoenix CloudCache.
Note: In the Action column, the entry for all Phoenix CloudCache that are configured appears as "Regenerate Token". To know more, see Regenerate activation token.
Configured CloudCache tab
On the Configured CloudCache tab, under Estimated Un-synced Data column, you can view the amount of data on CloudCache server that is yet to be synced to Phoenix Cloud.
Note: This enhancement is only available for GovCloud.
Under Version column, you can view the current version of the CloudCache instance.