Monitoring health of deployments

You can monitor the health of your deployments in the Dashboard page of the Cloudera DataFlow UI. By monitoring health of deployments, you can track the status of the deployment, the amount of data received and sent by the deployment.

You can perform the following tasks in the Dashboard page:

  • Monitor health of deployments
  • Filter and sort deployments
  • Fetch metrics details for deployments
  • Refresh deployments data


Monitor health of deployments

Monitor the status, amount of data sent and received details for your deployments. You can also view the details of the amount of data sent and received in a graphical format.

You can monitor the following details of your deployments in the Dashboard page:
  • Status

    Shows status of your deployments including Good Health, Terminating, Updating, Unknown, Deploying, Suspended, Concerning Health, Bad Health and so on. You can also click Status to sort the status of your deployments as required.

  • Name

    Shows name of your deployments. You can also click Name to sort the names of your deployments alphabetically if required.

  • Data Received

    Shows the amount of data that your deployments receive from the source. It also shows the number of records and files accessed. You can also click Data Received to sort your deployments in increasing or decreasing amounts of data received by the deployments.

  • Data Sent

    Shows the amount of data that your deployments send to the targets. It also shows the number of records and files accessed. You can also click Data Sent to sort your deployments in increasing or decreasing amounts of data sent by the deployments.

  • Received/Sent Stream Graph

    Shows graphical representation of data received and sent by your deployments.

Filter and sort deployments

Filter the deployments according to your requirement.

You can filter your deployments by:
  • Status

    Status of deployments can be of many types including Bad Health, Concerning Health, Good Health, Deploying, Starting, Suspending, Suspended, Terminating, Unknown, and Updating. By default, all statuses are selected.

  • Environments

    You can either select all environments or a specific environment which is enabled. By default, all environments are selected.

  • Deployments

    You can filter your deployments by either selecting all deployments or a specific deployment. By default, all deployments are selected.

  • Processor Types

    You can filter your deployments by either selecting all processor types or a specific processor. Processors can be of many types including Apache, Avro, CSV, JSON, Kafka, SQL, and so on. By default, all processor types are selected.

Click Reset to set the filter options to their default values.

You can sort deployments by:
  • Status
  • Name
  • Data Received
  • Data Sent

Click on the column name to sort by ascending or descending order.

Use the Items per page option, at the bottom of the screen, to display the desired number of deployments in a page.

Fetch metrics details for deployments

The Metrics Window option enables you to fetch details for your deployments for a specified time. For example, if you select 30 minutes in the Metrics Window, the Cloudera DataFlow UI displays details of your deployments for the last 30 minutes, and if you select one hour, the UI displays details of your deployments for the last one hour.

Refresh deployments data

By default, every 30 seconds all data for your deployments are updated. Click the circle-arrow icon to refresh the data.