View applications

By default, the application dashboard displays all applications. Depending upon your requirement, you can use the filter option to view applications.

View applications

The dashboard displays the following application details:

  • App name – Denotes the application name

  • App Score – Denotes the application score and the status such as Critical, Good, Fair, and Not Applicable

  • Availability – Denotes the current availability of the application, such as Up, Down, Partially Up, Out of Service, and NA

    • Up – All virtual servers associated with the application are Up.

    • Down – All virtual servers associated with the application are Down.

    • Partially Up – Either one virtual associated with the application is Down or Out of Service.

    • Out of Service – All virtual servers associated with the applications are out of service.

    • NA – No virtual servers is configured for the application.

  • Top issue – Denotes the issue that has the maximum error counts on the application

  • Top issue category – Denotes the category of the issue

  • Issue count – Denotes the total issue counts for the application

  • Response time – Denotes the average response time to respond from the application

  • Error percentage – Denotes the total error percentage of 5xx errors for the application

    Note

    The 5xx error percentage metric is displayed only for Citrix ADC 13.0 or later. For earlier versions, the value is displayed as 0.

  • Total requests – Denotes the total requests received by the application

  • Throughput – Denotes the total network throughput for the application. Throughput is calculated by the Req Bytes / Sec + Res Bytes / Sec for the virtual servers

  • Data volume – Denotes the total data processed by the application

  • Client connections – Denotes the average client connections established by the application

  • Server connections – Denotes the average server connections established by the application

View microservices applications

To view the microservices applications, select the K8s_Discrete option under App Type filter.

You can view the microservice applications in App Dashboard as the following name format:

<k8s service>_<k8s namespace>_<k8s cluster_name>

For example, “tea-beverage_sg-demo_adm-cluster” refers to a service named “tea-beverage” with the namespace of “sg-demo” in the cluster “adm-cluster”.

K8s

The following metrics are displayed in dashboard for the selected time duration:

  • App Name – Denotes the application name

  • Instance – Denotes the CPX instance IP address

  • App Score – Denotes the application score

    • Critical – App score is between 0 and < 40

    • Review – App score is between 40 and < 75

    • Good – App score is greater than 75

  • State – Denotes the current application status

  • App Category – Denotes the cluster name where the application is hosted

  • Top Issue – Denotes the top issues that affects the current application score

  • Top Issue Category – Denotes the issue category affecting the application

  • Issue Count – Denotes the total issues affecting the application. Hover the mouse pointer on the issue count to see the overview of the issues.

    K8s issue count

  • Response Time – Denotes the average response time received by the application

  • Error Percentage – Denotes the average error percentage of 5xx errors for the application

  • Total Requests – Denotes the total number of requests received by the application

  • Throughput – Denotes the total network throughput processed by the application

  • Data volume – Denotes the total data processed by the application. Data volume is calculated as the total request bytes and response bytes for the application

  • Client connections – Denotes the average client connections established by the application. This can also refer to the associated outgoing services connected with the selected service

  • Server connections – Denotes the average server connections established by the application. This can also refer to the associated incoming services connected with the selected service

Click the + option to add or remove the options to be displayed in the dashboard.

Click an application to view the application details. For more information, Microservices application details