Dashboards provide a unified visualization of IT resource availability and performance across the enterprise. A dashboard is comprised of widgets and tiles, which are customizable charts for visualizing metrics. You can choose from the classic dashboard or Dashboard 2.0. The documents in this section describe how to use both dashboards.

Partner-level dashboards are owned by the partner administrator. A partner dashboard is available to all users. Partner administrators may change the default dashboard.

Client-level dashboards are owned by the client administrator and available only to a specific client. A client user can save a partner dashboard and become the dashboard owner.

You can use curated dashboards or create new dashboards, and specify a dashboard as the default visualization for a specific client or for all clients. Classic dashboards can also be shared with other clients or users. Curated Dashboards are out-of-the-box dashboards configured to provide instant enterprise visibility. For Dashboard 2.0, curated dashboards provide an overview of metrics for:

  • AWS
  • Azure
  • GCP
  • Kubernetes
  • Public Cloud

The following table lists the differences between the classic dashboard and Dashboard 2.0:

Classic DashboardDashboard 2.0
Widgets are pre-configured.Surfaces any user-defined metrics or object data.
Static widgets.Customizable tiles powered by PromQL and OpsQL.
Limited number of out-of-the-box dashboards.A curated set is provided for AWS, Azure, Google, Kubernetes, and public cloud. You cannot change these dashboards but you can copy and edit them.
Not portable.Import, export, move, and copy functions available.
Not customizable.Fully customizable.
Simple list organization.Collection organization for grouping similar dashboards.