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Manage Analytics

This article describes the tasks that you can perform on the Analytics page.

Apply filters

This section describes the procedure to apply filters and view the consumption analytics results.

Procedure

  1. Go to the Phoenix Management Console and log in with your credentials.

  2. Ensure that All Organizations is selected on the drop-down menu. On the menu bar, click Analytics. The Analytics page appears.

  3. Click Filters. The Filters dialog box appears as shown in the following screenshot:
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  4. Select the Duration, Resource types, and enter the Organizations in the respective fields, which are described as follows:

    • Duration: The period for which you want to view the consumption trends. Note that the Last 90 days filter is visible after 90 days of data collection.

    • Resource types: The type of server data that you want to back up; for example, files and folders on a server, databases, or virtual machines. By default, all resource types are selected.

    • Organizations: An access-based control mechanism to configure servers for backup and restore. Organizations create a logical partitioning of the entities, such as servers, backup policies, and so on. By default, all organizations are selected.

  5. Once you have completed selecting or entering values for these fields, click Search to display the filtered results. You can click Reset to reset your entries in the Duration, Resource types, and Organizations fields.
    As a result of this, you can view the trends based on: 

    • The duration in the Total Credits & Storage section

    • The duration, resource types, and organizations in the Source + Changes Data, and Current Source Data sections

    • The resource types and organizations in the Backup Sets section

View the backup set details

This section describes the procedure to view the backup set details on the Analytics page.

Procedure

  1. Go to the Phoenix Management Console and log in with your credentials.

  2. Ensure that All Organizations is selected on the drop-down menu. On the menu bar, click Analytics. The Analytics page appears.

  3. In the All Backup Sets section, click the backup set of which you want to view the details. The Backup Set Details page appears.

For more information on the Backup Set Details page, see View the Backup Set Details window.

View events

This section describes the procedure to view the captured events and the number of events for a specific date and the event details. Events appear in the graph of the Current Source Data section and are represented by the    marker on the timeline. You can hover the mouse pointer on it to view the number of events on a specific date as shown in the following screenshot:

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Procedure

  1. Go to the Phoenix Management Console and log in with your credentials.

  2. Ensure that All Organizations is selected on the drop-down menu. On the menu bar, click Analytics. The Analytics page appears.

  3. In the Current Source Data section, click the event marker for a specific date; for example, November 28, 2018. The Configuration Events pop-up window appears.
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    On this page, you can view the list of events that occurred on November 28, 2018, along with their resource names and the backup content, if applicable.

    Note: Clicking the resource navigates you to the Resource Details page. In some scenarios, the links to resources may not be present; for example, if the resource is deleted or if multiple backup sets were created in a single event.
  4. Click the event link to open the Action Details pop-up window.
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    The fields displayed are as follows:

  • Administrator: The name of the administrator who performed the action.

  • Time: The timestamp of the action performed by the administrator.

  • Source IP: The IP address of the source of the event.

  • Organization: The name of the organization with which the entity is associated.

  • Resource Type: The type of Phoenix resource type associated with the entity.

  • Entity Type: The type of the Phoenix entity on which the administrator performed the action.

  • Entity Name: The name of the Phoenix entity on which the administrator performed the action.

  • Action: The action performed by the administrator.

View newly added backup sets

This article describes the procedure to view the new backup sets that were added in the selected duration, organization(s) and resource type(s).

Procedure

  1. Go to the Phoenix Management Console and log in with your credentials.

  2. Ensure that All Organizations is selected on the drop-down menu. On the menu bar, click Analytics. The Analytics page appears.

  3. In the Current Source Data section, click the number of new backup sets (in this case, for the last 90 days).
    The New Backup Sets pop-up window appears, which has a list of all the new backup sets that were added in the selected duration.
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The fields displayed are as follows:

  • Resource: The name of the server or virtual machine.

  • Resource Type: The type of Phoenix resource associated with the backup set.

  • Source Data: The size of the first backup of the backup set.

  • Date Added: The date when this backup set was added.

View the tree map view of backup sets

This article describes the procedure to view the tree map view of backup sets.

Procedure

  1. Go to the Phoenix Management Console and log in with your credentials.

  2. Ensure that All Organizations is selected on the drop-down menu. On the menu bar, click Analytics. The Analytics page appears.

  3. In the All Backup Sets section, click the icon to switch to the tree map view.

The tree map view shows the source + changes and the average change rate distribution of all the backup sets. The areas are color-coded based on the selected resource types and the gradient in the color represents the relative value of the average change rate, the darkest being the highest. The sizes of the rectangles are calculated by the size of the source + changes data. Each rectangle represents a backup set.
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Note: Click the icon to switch back to the tabular view.
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