Observable Networks Overview
The Observable Networks Overview Dashboard is intended to provide an at-a-glance view into your network.
Effective Session Count. Displays the number of effective "flows" ("sessions") as a single value chart for the last hour.
Roles. Provides a breakdown of the types of endpoints currently on the network in a pie chart for the last hour. Endpoint types could be WebServer, iOS, Printer, etc. Roles are published every hour, so this Panels displays the latest role distribution on your network.
Recent Alert Updates. Shows a list of recently updated alerts in a table with a URL link to their alert detail page on the Observable Networks portal for the last six hours. Click the links for more details about an alert. If this Panel is empty, that means there have been no alerts for the last six hours.
Observation Origins. Displays observations that relate to activity with external endpoints (e.g., "New External Server") on a map of the world for the last six hours.
Recent Observations. Lists the latest observations on the system and their counts in a table for the last six hours. Observations are notable events about your network, which are the building blocks for alerts.
Observations by Time. Displays the frequency of each observation type as an area chart on a timeline for the last six hours.
Recent Flow Count. This query shows the history of flow counts for your network. A network flow describes a single piece of communication on your network, including source and destination IPs, ports, and protocol (TCP, UDP, etc.). Flows are the main input to the Observable Networks platform.
Role History. This multi-line graph shows the population of each role type on the network. Here you can track how the population of your network has changed over time. For example, the number of iOS devices and printers.
Top Observation Hosts. This is simple query shows the hosts (sources) with the most observation counts.