Dashboard widgets definitions

Coralogix is all about making your life simple, that is why we put strong emphasis on a simple and intuitive UX that provides insights in a glance, building the right dashboard can significantly increase your ability to detect abnormal behavior on your production or track business KPI’s.

The dashboard has 5 default graphs for :

  • Total logs in the past 24 hours
  • High severity logs for the past 4 hours
  • Triggered alerts for the past 24 hours
  • Detected anomalies for the past 24 hours
  • 24 hour log activity distribution

In addition, Coralogix provides a simple and intuitive interface for creating your dashboard widgets, on queries, patterns, or even parameters within log patterns.

To define a query based widget follow these 3 steps:

1) Click the Query icon on your dashboard:

dashboard click query

2) Run a query according to the graph you want to create (e.g run – /user + fail/ for the last hour):

coralogix query results

3) Click the pin Icon on the top right of the graph, then give your widget a name, a description and a timeframe to view. Thats it! Submit your widget straight to your dashboard:

Add dashboard widget

Defining a pattern based dashboard widget: 

You can use Coralogix Loggregation to define powerful widgets on specific log patterns in just seconds

1) Run a query according to the filters you want to apply and click the Loggregation tab:

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2) Click the number in the occurrences column, this is the number of occurrences for a pattern in the query timeframe

Pattern graph

*Notice that you have two values here, 1 (blue) is the number of occurrences for that pattern per minute in the current query timeframe and the second (green) is the normal behavior of that pattern for that day and hour as learned by Coralogix for the past 2 weeks.

3) Click the pin in the top right corner, give your new widget a name, description and timeframe and submit it to your dashboard:

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Defining parameter based dashboard widgets:

1) Run a query according to the filters you want to apply and click the Loggregation tab:

Loggregation

2) Click a parameter within a log pattern (parameters can be categorical, numeric or free, determined by Coralogix’s algorithm)

coralogix parameter display

3) Click the pin in the top right corner, give your new widget a name, description and timeframe and submit it to your dashboard:

Add coralogix widget

Defining a JSON value dashboard widget: 

Coralogix automatically parses JSON format logs to allow you and easier view, smart filtering and super simple widgets definition.

1) Mark a JSON format log and press the ‘space’ key. 

JSON format log view

2) Hover the JSON values and click on the graph icon: 

open JSON format log value graph

3) Click the pin icon at the top right of the graph and send it to your dashboard: 

JSON value graph display

To make the best of Coralogix, you are welcome to Schedule your demo and we’ll walk you through all you need to know step by step to make you a production monster.

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