Being able to trace the logical and physical relationships in a system is very valuable.
Hyperglance has the ability to isolate certain parts of the topology to allow
the user to focus on and discover these relationships.
1. Group isolate view; Shows one chosen group
2. One-hop isolate view; Show every node one hop away from selected node including itself
3. Cluster view; Shows everything in the connected graph of the selected node
One-Hop isolate example:
First, select an entity
Now if we select the host entity and apply the 1-hop isolation - the result will be:
1. Back Button - gets to the previous isolation result
2. X button - exit the isolation mode
Note: The n-hop behaves like the 1-hop, except that instead of displaying just the neighbors, it will display all the reachable nodes (over any number of hops)
Group isolate example:
First, select a group (in that case notice that we selected "RegionOne")
hover on the Isolate icon to open the menu then click the group Isolate icon
The The result will be: