The topology page shows the automatically generated topological data of your infrastructure based on the data gathered by the PacketAI agents.
Each node on the topology graph presents a component detected by the PacketAI agent.
The topology graph shows the interconnections of your detected components and separates them into 6 major component types:
- Data center
The component types that can be monitored are Hosts, Services and Applications(dark blue circles).
The host filter on the top right is used to show only selected hosts and their sub components on the topology graph.
A list of components you have started monitoring that are no longer being detected as active by the PacketAI agent.
Two buttons in the bottom right are used to completely expand the topology graph nodes. The left button expands only the grouped components(components with a number on their node). The right button expands the graph completely.
When hovering over a monitored host, service or application a tooltip will appear showing you the information and actions that can be made on the component.
- Rabbitmq - detected integration(component type)
- beam.smp - component name
- 100% - health score generated based on the number of detected anomalies
- rabbitmqedf3b9eb6b732085 - unique component id
- 94f2f2195fd6c181(optional) - docker container id(if the integration is inside dockerized)
- EventsELK - link to the Managed ELK component events page
- MetricsELK - link to the Managed ELK component metrics page
A non monitored component will be blacked on the topology and have the option to start its monitoring: