Monitor Your Enterprise

The Enterprise view is a collection of enterprise-related dashboards. It provides five main dashboards that include vast information about your enterprise in a unified view. Different dashboards are accessible by switching between tabs. See all enterprise content at a glance and reach a required dashboard with very few clicks. The unified view allows to quickly locate the information about your organization you are looking for.

For example, use the Boot dashboard for monitoring boot times across your organization, the Map dashboard for viewing the usage time of an application in each business location, and the Enterprise Summary dashboard for checking if people use applications which are not part of your official portfolio.

Switch between tabs to open the necessary dashboard

The Enterprise view allows monitoring performance in a certain business location. Use the Monitor Location dashboard, or search for the business location in the search box in the top bar, or drill down to the required location from any dashboard. Learn more.When the enterprise dashboards filtered and display only a certain location, then the Map dashboard displays just this single location.

When you select the Main Menu > Enterprise Summary, the Enterprise view opens by default on the first Summary tab which presents the Enterprise Summary dashboard.

Access the Enterprise dashboards
In the Enterprise screen, view the main value relevant for each dashboard measurements at a glance.
View the summary of each dashboard at a glance
Field Description
User Experience Index

The User Experience Index (UXI) is a value (0-5) which measures the overall performance and health of applications, based on the number of crashes per hour out of the total usage time, the percentage hang time out of the total usage time, and the percentage wait time out of the total usage time. For web applications, it also uses the percentage of web page errors out of all page loads, and the average page load time.

This index is an absolute (not relative) measurement, since it does not use baselines which may vary between applications or locations. However, it is cumulative, not a spot measurement, as each reading relies on and contains those which came beforehand. Absolute measures allow Aternity to accurately use a single consistent dimension across several attributes. For example, it can display this index for a single user on a single application, or many users on a single application, or many users on many applications.

Definition of user experience index (UXI)
Health Events

The total volume of health events occurred in the selected timeframe.

Boot Time

The average boot time for the selected timeframe.

Activity score

The weighted score of all activities during the selected timeframe.

Locations

The number of locations reporting in the selected timeframe.