Version: 17.07

Supported Since: 17.01

IPS Dashboard (which appears immediately after login) contains platform health details and statistics, offering a quick overview of system health. By observing the data visualized on the Dashboard, users can easily identify if there is an issue on the platform such as malfunctioning core component, resource over commitments, failures of nodes and stale instances.

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Figure 1. Dashboard of IPS

Top most box illustrates the health and connectivity status of primary IPS components:

  • Database connectivity

  • Kubernetes/OpenShift API connectivity

  • Connectivity and health status of the Configuration Server (database connectivity and Thrift server availability) which feeds the required configurations for UltraESB instances in IPS

Bottom right box shows the status of all Kubernetes or OpenShift worker nodes, including

  • CPU, memory and disk utilization levels

  • Node health (decided using a combination of above values)

  • Number of pods scheduled on each node

  • Applicable zones of the node (e.g. PDC/SDC)

Bottom left box contains the overall deployment status of the system:

  • Number of UltraESB clusters created inside IPS

  • Number of running UltraESB instances inside IPS

  • Number of projects available inside IPS

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