The Nebula interface, available as a user-configurable option, leverages the latest in HTML5, CSS3, Canvas and jQuery technologies to improve informational density and further refine FireScope's "2-Clicks to Root-Cause" signature capability. Explore the new interface below, or experience it for yourself by downloading a free 28-day trial.
Extensive use of HTML5, Canvas, jQuery and CSS3 make it easy to drill down to the root-cause of service-impacting events in just 2-clicks without leaving your dashboard.
FireScope Unify includes over 35 user-configurable dashboard components, or pagelets, for visualizing the health and performance - and business impact - of your critical services. The possibilities are endless, especially since all dashboard configuration is performed directly in the interface, with no need to write scripts or edit code.
Organize your dashboards into Spaces to logically group your dashboards in whatever way makes sense for you. Additionally, dashboards can be shared with other users to ensure that everyone is on the same page.
Drill down from a satellite view of your global operations to the individual facilities and down to the individual racks and devices. With FireScope Unify, you truly have a global perspective on your technology. Click to learn more about FireScope's self-updating data center visualization capabilities.
Today's global enterprise must contend with services who's dependencies are scattered around the world. Only with FireScope can you easily centralize management into a single pane of glass.
As you can see here, FireScope Unify 5.0 now has the ability to calculate the financial impact of individual events or policies based on the number of instances or duration, and thus helping customers keep their commitments to customers while driving greater efficiency from their technology investments
Out-of-the-box, FireScope Unify includes three dynamic dashboards designed to deliver actionable intelligence within 10 minutes of starting the solution. These include a Configuration Item Quickview for each asset discovered by FireScope, Top 10 Reports and Next Steps, designed to guide users through modeling their services in FireScope.
FireScope's discovery goes beyond traditional approaches, leveraging API's from NetApp, Cisco, VMware and others to profile each discovered asset and automatically configure a best practice collection of data collection, event analysis and visualization. In this case, a NetApp filer was identified and over 180 attributes are being analyzed and visualized in this CI Quickview. Not a single minute of human labor was required to deliver this dashboard.
In this view, we have a logical representation of the elements of a NetApp FlexPod for VMware rack that includes the physical elements such as Cisco UCS, NetApp filers, APC UPS and Cisco Switches as well as the virtual elements such as VMware vSphere. Using this innovative HTML5/Canvas explorer, users can drill down to the logical sub-components of each of these elments.
As you navigate through your FlexPod components, a detail view of key performance metrics is displayed to the right, contextually designed for the class of asset you are viewing.
As you navigate through your FlexPod components, this section of the FlexPod viewer highlights any recent events that have occured with this asset. Click on any event and you will see a contextual menu to quickly get you to related metrics, similar events and more.
FireScope is focused on putting technology in context to the business. Therefore, as users drill down to the various components of their FlexPod, this Service Explorer helps them understand which critical services are being supported by the selected components and bringing greater awareness to how each piece of technology is supporting business goals.
Easily filter the scope of your dashboards by Service, logical grouping or individual assets or specify the time period by using the global filter strip.
Who needs Visio when you can create your own interactive custom maps of your environment that feature real-time status indicators and drill-down to event details, performance history and more.
The Service Group Status pagelet communicates high-level service status at-a-glance, including instant visibility into service-impacting events.
Get a global perspective on storage utilization with FireScope's Storage Summary View, which includes the ability to calculate your total storage allocation across the organization and across storage vendors.
Multiple filtering capabilities are available to focus your aggregated view of storage by service, location or specific assets.
Whether your concern is utilization or configuration, the Storage Summary pagelet offers multiple perspectives on your storage environment to help you align your technology to the business.
HTML5/Canvas explorer enables you to drill down through your storage components.
As you drill down through your storage components, the Service Explorer helps you understand which critical services they contribute to.
Relevant metrics regarding the currently selected component are displayed on here. The contents of this section will dynamically change based on the type of component selected.
Any recent events associated with the currently selected component are displayed here. Upon clicking any of these events, you'll see the menu to the right with options to investigate an event further.
Visualize topology by logical view of which assets are connected to a given network device, by network subnet, port connectivity and more.
Here we can see all of the active ports as discovered by FireScope, their Admin and Op status, as well as what assets are connected.
To investigate an asset further, you can click on the icon to produce a CI-detail snapshot.
Explore your virtual infrastructure by Host, Data Store or Virtual Network, enabling virtually limitless perspectives on your current configuration.
As you can see, from an individual host we can easily identify what virtual machines are running on it, the physical network adapters they are using and the virtual data store.
To investigate a physical host or virtual machine further, you can click on the icon to produce a CI-detail snapshot.