When you select a group Hyperglance shows you a summary pane that aggregates all the entities and shows you their status. The group summary panel is comprised of a little stats donut chart per type of node contained within that group. You can click on the donut chart (or around it) to bring up an inventory table listing all the clicked "type" contained with this group. Eg, in a group belonging to Amazon datasource, containing S3 Buckets, clicking on the S3 Buckets donut chart shows these details.
1. Click on a doughnut or in the area around it
2. Inventory table of nodes corresponding to that type (in this case S3-Bucket of datasource Amazon).
3. Search - both Simple and Advanced search are explained in detail here.
The Simple search, is available by default. We have one attribute search input with the title "All of these Attributes" which performs an 'AND' operation of all the search criteria provided in this input field.
UI elements available here are :
Search Button: clicking on the button triggers the search functionality.
Clear Search Action: Clears the search criteria in the input field(s) and returns all the records in the inventory table.
Result count : Shows how many records out of total records matched based on search criteria.
Export Table Action: You can download the search result into a csv file by clicking on this action.
Advanced Search Action: Enables Advanced search and brings in more options to search on.
Attribute Search Input: Accepts <attribute-name>:<attribute-value> or <attribute-value> combinations. When you start typing, you will be given help in the form of autocomplete drop-down as shown below.
To start with, select the attribute name you want to match against by clicking on the option in the drop down via a mouse click or using the up-down arrows in the keyboard to navigate to the option and clicking on 'ESC' or 'enter' key to select.
After an attribute name has been selected, a colon (':') symbol is appended automatically to it. This helps create a search-query structure that hyperglance uses internally. Also, you will see that the autocomplete drop-down shows all possible values for the selected attribute name as shown below. 'Versioning' attribute name can either be 'enabled' or 'off'.
if "Enabled" is selected as attribute value, a space gets automatically added to create search-query structure that hyperglance uses internally. Clicking on 'Search' button will give you all the s3-Buckets with Versioning enabled. The matched column will have a Blue border as shown. The results show that 43 out of 94 matched this criteria.
Adding further criteria Eg: Alarm Severity is of level 'Warning' reduces the result to 1 record.
Note: Clicking on the records will bring up the Node's dashboard.
Advanced Search can be enabled by clicking on the 'Advanced Search' action in a simple search. It comprises of 4 inputs to filter on
1. All of these Attributes : performs an 'AND' on the criteria given here.
2. At least one of these Attributes: performs an 'OR' on the criteria given here.
3. None of these Attributes: performs 'NOT' on criteria given here.
4. Attributes within: used to search within the tables/components in this type. First step is to select the name, which enables the input field below.
Simple Search Action: Enables Simple search.
Other UI elements have already been explained as part of 'Simple Search'.