A cloud provider offers services such as load balancer, databases, and so on. This information is displayed when you choose Services in the Inventory header drop-down list. 


The following is a sample screenshot of the Services page.

The following table identifies various aspects in the Services page:

IdentityScreenshot and Description

Services Header

Identifies the total number of services and the available service types.

Services Status

This could be one of the following:

  • Active

  • Available

  • Healthy

  • Unhealthy

  • Terminated

Service Type

Displays the type of service. This could be Loadbalancer or Database.

Services details link

Displays the Services name as a link. Click the link to view additional information. For each service, the following is displayed.

  • Hostname

  • Cloud Region

  • Cloud Account Name

  • Billing Unit


You can filter the items based on the following:

  • Clouds

  • Cloud Region

  • Status

  • Tags

  • Location

  • Department

  • Project

Details Page

The following is a sample screenshot of the Services Details page.

The following table identifies various aspects of the page.

The Deployment Details area does not apply to Cost Optimizer.


Service Details


ID assigned by a cloud provider.


Status of the Service (varies for cloud providers). Options include:

  • Available

  • Active

  • Healthy

  • Unhealthy


Loadbalancer or database.

Service Settings

DNS Name

DNS name assigned by the cloud provider.

Health Probes

Periodic requests send to the check the instance health.

Health Check Status

Options include:

  • Active

  • Inactive


Type of Loadbalancer, which could be:

  • Internal

  • Internet-facing

  • Public

  • Private


VMs used for load balancing.

Security Group IDs

Rules that control traffic in or out of service.

Account Limits

Loadbalancer resource limits.

Listener Descriptions

Process that checks for connection requests.

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