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This section details the dashboards of Cloud Dashboards category. For more information on operations that can be performed on reporting dashboards, see About Dashboards.

The dashboards covered in this section are as follows.

VM Address History

The VM Address History dashboard provides VM address history in a given time frame. This dashboard is applicable only for the Cloud Network Automation solution. You can generate this dashboard to view activities over time for specific VM interfaces in the cloud environment. This dashboard lists information such as IP address, Action, MAC address, Port ID, FQDN, VM Name, Network, Tenant ID, and other fields associated with the VM interfaces.
You can click a specific row in the table to view the DHCP Lease History dashboard for the VM. Grid Manager displays the DHCP Lease History dashboard below the VM Address History dashboard.

License Pool Utilization

The License Pool Utilization dashboard provides information about the utilization of the dynamic licenses in a given time frame. This dashboard displays the total number of dynamic licenses available, percentage of pooled license allocation over time and other related information for each license pool. You can display the report data in table format, in line graph format, or both. Each of the line graphs, represented with a different color, is the utilization of licenses in one particular pool. The default dashboard displays the license pool utilization data for all the license pools. However, you can view the license pool utilization data for a specific license pool.
The default dashboard displays the following information:

  • Period/Date: The time span of the license pool utilization.
  • License Pool: The license pool such as vNIOS, DNS, DHCP, Grid, Cloud Platform, vNIOS CP-V800, and so on.
  • Total License Count: The total number of available licenses.
  • Utilization (%): The percentage of license pool utilization.

The member details are not updated for alert emails in the Traffic Rate by Member report if the rises-by/drops-by operator is used. However, the member details are updated if you use the operators like greater than/less than in the alert filter.