16.00 - About the Applications Detail View - Teradata Ecosystem Manager

Teradata Ecosystem Manager User Guide

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Teradata Ecosystem Manager
vrm_release
16.00
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December 2016
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User Guide
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B035-3201-116K

To access the Applications Detail views, click the name of an application in the Applications view.

The Applications Detail view allows you to view in-depth information on the following subcategory views: Table Health, Daemon Availability, and Data Readiness. For a specific application, you can see the health of tables, which daemons are active, and which jobs have processed.

The Table Health view allows you to monitor tables and the target systems receiving the data for an application with the following fields:
Database
Name of database that contains the table.
Table
Table that is monitored.
System Names
The systems where the tables are located.

The Daemon Availability view allows you to monitor the high availability status of the daemons supporting an application with the following fields:

Daemon Group
Name of daemon group associated with database.
Group State
Combined state of all daemons in the group.
Server
Name of server that contains the application.
Daemon
Name of each daemon in the group. All daemons in the group have the same name.
State
Current state of the daemon.
Condition
Status of the daemon. If resource values are outside the defined threshold values, the condition changes to a warning or critical level.
HA Pattern
The high availability pattern is either Active/Active or Active/Standby.

The Data Readiness view displays the recent job history for an application with the following fields:

Job
Name of job supporting the application.
Target Sys
Target system for the job. For example, system where the job is loaded.
Job Type
Function of the job. This relates to the purpose of the job, such as load or restore.
Condition
Status of the job. If resource values are outside the defined threshold values, the condition changes to a warning or critical level.
Status
Status of a recent job. Indicates the success or failure of the job execution.
Start TS
Start event time stamp for the job.
End TS
End event time stamp for the job.
Duration
Length of time from start event to end event.
UOW ID
Unit of work identifier associated with the validation.
Workflow
Workflow name. This can be associated with one or more jobs.
UOW TS
Unit of work time stamp.
Log
List of actions. You can download the log file if the option is enabled in the Ecosystem Configuration portlet.