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Druva Documentation

Dashboard

Overview

The Dashboard is the first thing you see when you log in to Druva Phoenix.

Druva Phoenix dashboard offers an enhanced view of the current status and historical trends of the latest backup and restore status across workloads, top critical alerts, storage consumption, and savings across all your organizations.

The dashboard is structured into the following sections:

The following video provides a quick overview of the dashboard:

 

Summary

The Summary section provides an overview of the latest backup and restore status of workloads configured across all organizations, as well as organization-level information on backup sets and backup data (Source + Changes) categorized by workload.

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The following table describes the fields and the graphs displayed in the Summary section.

Field Description

Backup Sets

 The total number of backup sets across all organizations and workloads.

Data Restores

The total number of restore jobs across all organizations with Successful and Successful with Errors statuses.

Note: If you are using Druva Phoenix for 90 days or less, Druva Phoenix displays the total number of restore jobs from the start date. If you are using Druva Phoenix for over 90 days, Druva Phoenix displays the number of restore jobs 90 days prior to the current date.

Snapshots

The count of the committed restore points. The count includes snapshots but does not include the MS-SQL log backups. Druva Phoenix triggers the Restore Point expiry at 11:45 PM UTC and updates the Total Snapshots count. Druva Phoenix updates the count immediately when a backup completes successfully.

The All Organizations chart displays the following information at an organization level, categorized by workloads.

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Notes:

  • You may hover over each individual layer to view the number of Backup Sets and backup data (Source + Changes) by organization or by workload. 
    The Source + Changes data is refreshed once every 24 hours.

  • The inner circle displays the aggregate Backup Sets and backup data (Source + Changes) across workloads, at the organization level.

  • The middle circle displays the Backup Sets and backup data (Source + Changes) by workload, within the selected organization.

  • The outer circle displays the backup data (Source + Changes) at a resource level, for a specific workload within the selected organization.

Alerts

The Alerts section displays the total number of Critical alerts and Warnings across organizations. An overview of the top critical alerts and warnings is also displayed, with a link to the Job ID associated with the alert.

Notes:

  • The top alerts are displayed based on the severity and recency.

  • Druva Phoenix will display up to four critical alerts, categorized by the most recent ones. Warnings are summarized if the critical alerts are fewer than four.

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Click the Job ID against the alert to view detailed information on the alert. The Job Details dialog displays detailed information on the Job type, Error Code, and the associated Logs.

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Backup Jobs

The Backup Jobs section displays the backup status for all workloads across organizations. By default, this graphically represents the Total Backup Jobs in the Last 30 days and the percentage of successful backups.

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The following table describes the fields and the graphs displayed in the Backup Jobs section.

Field Description
Total Backup Jobs

The number of Total Backup Jobs, within the last 30 days. Click the drop-down to view the backup jobs history for the last seven days.

The graph displays, by default, the backup jobs in the Last 30 days, categorized by Successful, Successful with Errors, Windows Expired, and Failed jobs.

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Successful (%)
 
 

The percentage of successful backup jobs. The percentage is calculated as follows:

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Organizations

The Organizations section displays up to five organizations with workload-level information on the Total Backup Sets, the Last Backup Status, critical alerts and warnings, and CloudCache usage.

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The following table describes the fields and the graphs displayed in the Organizations section.

Field Description

Organizations 
 

A list of up to five organizations configured within your Druva Phoenix setup.
Click the Organization Name to display the organization's dashboard or click More to display all the organizations.

Workloads

The workload charts display the Source + Changes, the Total Backup Sets, and the Last Backup Status corresponding to the configured resources for the selected organization.

Note: The Source + Changes data is refreshed once every 24 hours.

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The Last Backup Status is categorized by Failed, Successful, Successful with Errors, Windows Expired, and Never Backed Up jobs.

Note: Click the number against a specific status to view to information on the relevant backup on the associated workload page. For instance, clicking the Successful status link for a File Server displays the Configured Server page with information on backups with the Last Backup Status as Successful. Similarly, the Failed link for VMs displays the Configured Virtual Machine page with information on backups with the Last Backup Status as Failed.

CloudCache

Displays the number of configured CloudCache for the selected organization. Clicking on the CloudCache count redirects to the Configured CloudCache tab of the Manage CloudCache page.
The pie chart displays the used CloudCache storage out of the allocated CloudCache for the selected organization.

Configured for DR

Displays the number of virtual machines configured for DR. 

Note: This count does not include virtual machines that have been Disabled for DR or are Not Configured.

Backup Data

The Backup Data section presents information on the backup data usage and the credit consumption in the last 90 days.

This section graphically represents the Source + Changes, the Current Source, the Druva Cloud Storage data, as well as the savings from Dedupe and LTR (if enabled) across organizations within the last 90 days.

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Notes:

  • Credit balance and term-related information do not apply for AWS workloads.

  • LTR credits and savings will only display if this setting has been enabled.

  • For service providers onboarded on the MSP platform, the Credit Balance, Credit Prediction, and Credit Terms fields are not displayed.

The following table describes the fields and the graphs displayed in the Backup Data section.

Field Description

Source + Changes

The amount of backup data generated at the source for all available snapshots.
This is an aggregate of full and incremental backup data at the source for all workloads.

Cloud Storage

Storage consumed after data deduplication and compression.

Current Source

The size of data on the source server as of the last backup. 
This represents the aggregate size of all snapshots across all organizations.

Dedupe Savings

The ratio of space used on traditional backup storage to Druva Cloud Storage.

Credit Balance

The number of unutilized credits to date within the Credit Term. To know more, see Credit term.
Hover over the chart to view the credit balance on a specific day in the last 90 days.

LTR Credits Saved

Credits saved by enabling LTR in backup sets.

Note: LTR-enabled backup sets consume 2030% lower credits than those that are not enabled for LTR.

Storage Regions

The Storage Regions section provides information on the storage consumed by each region across organizations. The Provisioned storage regions display the number of regions that are currently backing up data.

Clicking the number against the Provisioned region redirects to the Storage page with information on active storage regions, storage credits, and data usage at an organization level. Hovering over a provisioned storage region (represented in orange on the map) displays the total Storage Used and the Global Deduplication Savings factor for that storage.

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Note: Use the zoom in (+) and zoom out (-) features to magnify and reduce the map.