A detailed dashboard is available for every Organization (aka. Tenant) providing a "birds eye view" of all critical assets and activity spanning all projects, clusters and users. The Organization Dashboard is accessible to all users with the "Org Admin" role. An example of the Organization Dashboard is shown below.
Both the current number of Projects as well as a trend of the number of projects are shown
The total number of Clusters currently under management as well as a trend of the number of clusters. The admin is also provided a break down by "Healthy" and "Unhealthy" Clusters.
Clusters that are unreachable are not reported in the breakdown.
The total number of Users that have accessed the console. The admin is also provided a break down by "Active" and "Inactive" users (Active users are those whose accounts were successfully verified by the controller). Total number of users with an "active session" are also clearly identified.
Total number of OPEN alerts generated across the fleet of clusters over the last 24 hour time period. The alerts are presented by type (Info, Warning and Critical).
Administrators are provided views of their org wide cluster fleet by various filters.
Get a view of cluster count by project
Get a view of cluster count by environment (Upstream Kubernetes, Amazon EKS, Imported etc)
By Kubernetes Version¶
Get a view of cluster count by Kubernetes version. This can be critical for governance and can help organizations quickly prioritize which clusters need to be upgraded first.
Resource utilization for CPU, Memory and Storage across the entire cluster fleet is calculated and presented. Data is displayed by "Commits", "Actual" and "Free" clearly highlighting opportunities for tuning and optimization.
The top 5 clusters under management organized by resource utilization showcasing the busiest/most utilized clusters.
The top 5 clusters by CPU showing both "actual" utilization and "total" available cores.
The top 5 clusters by Memory showing both "actual" utilization and "total" available memory in GB.
The top 5 clusters under management organized by user activity over the last 24 hours. This can highlight the most active users in the Organization and identify potential anomalies that may require immediate investigation.
By System Activity¶
Total number of unique audit entries resulting from user initiated actions (via the web console, RCTL CLI and REST API) over the last 24 hours.
By Kubectl Activity¶
Total number of unique audit entries resulting from user initiated actions via the zero trust kubectl channel (via both browser and Kubectl CLI) over the last 24 hours.
Total number of OPEN alerts over the last 24 hours organized by Alert Type.