5.3.2 Programmable Alerts
7.3 Data Management and Data Model Handling
7.3.4 Working with Data Model
7.4 Control Center
7.4.1 License Entitlements
7.5 Platform Settings
Unified Transactions Maps > HTML Widget
Follow the steps ahead to create UTM Configuration.
Step 1: Log in to the vuSmartMaps.
Step 2: vuSmartMaps UTM can be accessed by navigating from the left navigation menu (Configure Observability > UTM).
Step 3: On the UTMs List Page, click the + icon in the table header to go to the UTM Configuration Page.
The UTM Configuration page will look like this.
Step 4: Make the necessary configurations on the left side and click Preview to apply the changes.
You can visualize the UTM by configuring Data Models. Follow these steps:
Click on + Add Graph under Graphs, enter the graph name, and select the Data Model. You can add multiple Data Models using the + Add Data Model button.
Note: You can create multiple graphs by clicking the + Add Graph button at the bottom of the Graphs section.
If the selected Data Models have supporting data, then UTM will be visualized.
To visualize the UTM, create nodes and links with these steps:
Step 1: Click + Add Node under Nodes, and enter the node name.
Step 2: Choose the Node Type from the dropdown to assign icons to the nodes. The “customnode” type has the default icon.
Step 3: Select the Data Model and metric from the dropdown. Add multiple Data Models with the + Add Data Model button.
Note: You can create multiple nodes by clicking the + Add Node button at the bottom of the Nodes section.
Click Preview at the top to visualize the data.
Next, create Links:
Step 4: Click + Add Link under Links, and enter the link name.
Step 5: Select the From Node and To Node from the dropdown (nodes created earlier). All the nodes which were created in the previous section will be listed in the drop-down here.
Step 6: Choose the Data Model and metric from the dropdown. Add multiple Data Models with the + Add Data Model button.
Note: Multiple links can be created by clicking + Add Link at the bottom of the Links section.
Step 7: Click Save on the top right and provide a unique name for the UTM dashboard (maximum 50 characters).
To change the time range and refresh the data, use the Date Time selector and Refresh button in the top right corner.
Drag and Drop can reposition nodes. Save the updated visualization by clicking Save.
You can easily perform actions on your UTM configurations on the main page. There are three main actions:
Click the Name of UTM to view the configurations. All the names are clickable as shown below
Now, You can click on Permissions to manage Object Level Permissions in the UTM.
Once your UTM configuration is complete, the next step is to Configure the UTM Visualization panel on the Panel creation page.
In this section, you can add a new UTM and configure it. It consists of the following steps.
Before configuring, set the Data Source as “Vunet (provisioned) ”, as Insights can be accessed only through this.
Step 1: Create a Dashboard.
On the Toggle menu, click on the Dashboards tab and Click on New Dashboard.
Step 2: Click on + Add Visualization
Step 3: Select Data Source as Vunet (Provisioned)
Step 4: On the right side of the screen, pick Unified Transaction Map for your UTM panel.
Step 5: Choose Unified Transaction Map as your QueryType.
Now, simply select one of the pre-configured UTM configurations.
You have several ways to tweak your panel. Let’s start with Panel Options:
In the Unified Transaction Map settings, you can configure how your UTM looks and behaves:
In the Standard Options, you can change how the panel looks. Here are the details:
Data Links are like Panel Links, but they’re attached to specific data, not the entire panel.
Value Mappings help you find a specific value in your data and replace it with custom display text. If there are similar values, they’ll stand out with the chosen color.
The Threshold option lets you establish value thresholds and assign colors to them. You have two ways to show thresholds:
The “Add Field Override” option allows you to modify an existing field. Overrides let you tweak settings for specific fields.
The field options for overrides are just like those for a regular panel, but you choose which fields they apply to. Here’s how:
You can add multiple field overrides by repeating these steps.
You’ve already learned how to create filters for your Dashboard. Now, you can apply these filters to your UTM visualizations. Here’s how:
Notice that the filter values are applied, and the Dashboard now shows panels only for those selected values.
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