The Edge Services portal shows the instances created for your organization.
Click an instance to view more information.
The Edge Services portal shows details for the AWS instance you selected. Details vary based on the type of instance and your role.
The details page provides the following information about the provisioning and configuration of your AWS instance:
The Instance section provides a graphical view of the AWS instance metrics, health, and running status. The section also shows the name, environment, operating system, and plan for the AWS instance. You can perform the following actions on the details page:
To start, stop, and restart an AWS instance or to lock/unlock an instance, select an option from the ACTIONS menu.
The Info section shows details selected during provisioning including the groups and clouds assigned to the AWS instance, OS configuration information, pricing, and provision time.
The VMS section shows details specific to the AWS instance including the current status, OS type, and OS version. This section also shows the name of the AWS instance given by the system and IP addresses assigned to the instance.
To view more details, click one of the following tabs:
If the agent is installed, graphical views of the AWS instance metrics are shown. The toggles at the bottom of the page display the following information:
Memory—cache used and the total amount of memory available.
Storage—used storage and the total amount available.
CPU—virtual CPU (vCPU) usage by system and user.
IOPS—IOPS (number of inputs/outputs per second) total or by breakdown of read and write.
Network—net transmission (TX) and reception (RX) rate.
Provides statistics on the storage aspects of the AWS instance including the number of disks, IOPS and whether the storage is volume or local.
Provides detailed information on the network performance such as:
peak packets received
peak packets transmitted
average transmit of packets
Describes the AWS instance based on the OS image selected, as well as the IP assigned to the instance.
Displays a historical view of activities associated with the AWS instance.
Provides a remote console window showing the activity on the AWS instance. Once the instance is provisioned, the console is connected and gives the user access to their AWS instance.
Log out of the console to terminate the connection.