The availability views are typically the most common type of view operations staff, application teams, and management like to look at. This is the staple of dashboard views.
Use the link generated by the dashboard builder to launch the availability main view. This view represents an availability rollup of each object contained in the selected group.
Each object in the view is an active hyperlink and launches a detail view for that instance.
The "availability rollup" bar at the top represents combined (aggregate) availability of all objects. This may be configured in the dashboard builder to include/exclude specific states:
unavailable, maintenance mode, health service outage, etc.
Notice in the following screenshot, there are several different types of objects represented. This demonstrates how easy it would be to create an availability view for
an entire application, even those hosted on completely different technologies!
Each main view will contain a permalink at the bottom. This can be handy if you have a company portal that hides the URL of the view - you will
always be able to access the permalink generated by the dashboard builder.