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Coralogix Dashboard and Widgets Coralogix Dashboard and Widgets

Last Updated: Mar. 27, 2022

Coralogix is all about making your life simple, that’s why we put a strong emphasis on a simple and intuitive UX that provides insights at a glance. Building the right widgets and dashboards can significantly increase your ability to detect abnormal behavior on your production environment, or track business KPI’s. Widgets can be saved personally or for the entire team. They can be pinned to your dashboard, or to your Coralogix ‘Tags‘ view for maximum control over your system’s performance.

Default Graphs

  • 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.

Add New Widgets

Query-Based Widgets

To define a new query-based widget, follow these 3 simple steps:

1) Click the Logs icon on your dashboard:

logs screen

2) Run a query according to the graph you want to create (e.g IP_geoip.postal_code:”20149″ AND coralogix.metadata.severity:5):

settings to create widget

3) Click Settings – Pin Graph, then give your widget a name and description. Choose whether to submit your widget straight to your Main Dashboard or the Tag Reports, and choose the timeline. Click Create. That’s it!

create widget

Pattern-Based Widgets

You can use Coralogix Templates 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 “Templates” tab:

widget templates

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

event occurrences

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

3) Click “Pin Graph” in the top left corner, to give your new widget a name, description, timeframe, and the ability to submit it to your Main Dashboard:

add and name new widget

Parameter-Based Widgets

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

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

3) Click “Pin Graph” in the top left corner, to give your new widget a name, description, timeframe, and submit it to your Main Dashboard:

JSON Value Widget 

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

1) Click to select a JSON formatted log, and press the ‘space’ bar. 

2) Hover over a JSON value and click it. Then select “Show Graph for Key”: 

3) Click “Pin Graph” on the top left of the graph to send this field visualization to your Main Dashboard: 

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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