Monitoring > Summary > Health Map
The Health Map provides a high-level view of your network’s health, based on real-time measurements of network conditions between appliances.
View filters are available for alarms, packet loss, latency, jitter, MOS (mean opinion score), and Business Intent Overlay.
The health map can be sorted by weekly, daily, hourly health, or tree (by group, and then alphabetical by hostname).
Each block represents one hour and uses color coding to display the most severe event among the selected filters. Color codes correspond to alarm severity and thresholds.
Green – Normal operation.
Red – Critical. Steps must be taken immediately in order to restore the affected service.
Orange – Major. Steps must be taken as soon as possible because the affected service has degraded drastically.
Yellow – Minor. A problem that does not yet affect service, but could if the problem is not corrected.
Aqua – Warning. A potential problem that could affect service.
Grey – No data available.
Thresholds can be configured by clicking on the gear icon .
Clicking a color block displays a pop-up with specifics about that event, what value triggered it, and any additional threshold breach for that appliance during the same hour.
While filter and sort order customizations persist for each user account, threshold settings apply globally.
Threshold settings are not retroactive. Setting new thresholds does not redisplay historical data based on newly edited values.
Deleting an appliance deletes its data.
If you are using overlays, note the following:
You can view each overlay’s health individually.
If you remove an individual overlay, its data is not recoverable. However, its historical data remains included in All Overlays.