For SaaS customers, Module lifecycle management is managed by the CloudCenter Suite operations teams and not exposed publicly; see SaaS Access for additional details.
Once Installed, you can click a module to access the Module Details page displayed in the following screenshot. If you click the Workload Manager, the following screenshot displays the corresponding page to monitor this module.
The module name displays at the top of the page and you can perform the following actions on this page:
Perform one of the actions listed in the Dropdown next to the Module name as displayed in the following screenshot:
Alternately, click the dropdown from the Module Alerts page as displayed in the following screenshot:
View the Alerts Tab – See the Understand Dashboard Alerts section below.
Access the License Usage Tab
Accessing a Module
There are numerous ways for you to access a module in the CloudCenter Suite. However, your User Levels determine if you can access the module!
View Logs in Kibana
Kibana is a web interface that can be used to search and view the logs for any of the CloudCenter Suite modules.
CloudCenter Suite log file use the standard log format:
Where relevant, modules display the user and tenant information.
You can search by userId or tenantId when users view logs in Kibana.
The log files support JSON format.
To view the Kibana logs, follow this procedure.
Click the module dropdown and select View Logs in Kibana from the dropdown to display the Kibana dashboard visible in the following screenshot.
Click Discover > Open to list and filter the available logs for this module.
Filter the list to view the required logs as visible in the following screenshot.
An alternative to viewing logs in Kibana is to download the log files by clicking a module and selecting Download Logs from the dropdown as displayed in the following screenshot.
The Grafana Dashboard Alert
Grafana is an open source visualization tool that allows you to create and edit dashboards.
Modules can create their own services to write custom alerts or create alerts in Grafana for services that they wish to monitor.
When alerts are generated, they are displayed in the Suite Admin's module details page > Alerts tab. When you acknowledge active alerts, they are move to the Dismissed tab and stored there for 60 days before they are deleted.
Default Alert Categories
The Alerts tab lists two categories of alerts which are driven from Grafana.
Active Alerts: Each active alert lists the following details:
A color-coded alert category
The alert title – click the alert link to open the chart in Grafana using authorized credentials
An alert count – only displayed when there is more than one alert
A brief description of the alert
The alert source
The impacted component
A snapshot of the chart in Grafana – not available for application alerts
The timestamp when this alert was issued – hovering over this timestamp displays the exact time
The option to multi-select multiple alertes – the Dismiss button becomes visible when you multi-select alerts
Type of Alerts
Alert types are described in the following table.
|Infrastructure||These alerts pertain to network, disk, CPU, and memory usage derived from module configured Grafana dashboards.|
|Application||These alerts are derived from application endpoints that provide the current health of the system.|
You can filter alerts based on the type. Alert types are described in the following table.
|Red||Red bar on the side. VM launch failure rate is increasing on the configured cloud.|
|Orange||The connection to the AMQP server is not stable and has been dropped t times in the last 45 minutes.|
|Info||Blue||Updates based on endpoint reports.|
Viewing Alerts in Grafana
When you access the Grafana dashboard, you will see the following sections:
System metrics: CPU usage, memory usage, and crash loops. You can also configure additional alerts in this section, refer to http://docs.grafana.org/alerting/rules/.
Visualization metrics: Cluster health, deployments, nodes, pods (number of pods and pods status), containers, and jobs. You cannot configure additional alerts in this section.
To view the Grafana alerts, follow this procedure.
Click the module dropdown and select View Alerts in Grafana from the dropdown to display the Grafana dashboard visible in the following screenshot.
Click Dashboard > Manage to list and filter the available alerts for this module.
Filter the list to view the required alerts as visible in the following screenshot.
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