Quick Intro: OverOps Dashboard

Contents

Introduction

Events list

Event Chart

View Pane

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Introduction

OverOps' dashboard serves as the main hub to spot, prioritize and fix critical errors in your staging and production application(s).

 

The dashboard is comprised of 3 main parts - the Event List, Event Chart and Views Pane. These components work together to allow you to zoom in on the error that impacts your application(s) the most. Once you've zoomed in on an error, you can drill into its root cause using the Error Analysis Screen.

 

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The main dashboard, highlighting the Events list (1), Chart (2) and Views pane (3)

 

The Events List and Chart both visualize events selected within the current timeframe and view.


Events presented within the dashboard include Exceptions (caught and uncaught), Log Errors and Warnings, HTTP Errors, and custom defined API event(s). The dashboard also includes a mechanism for focusing on specific types of errors and applications and a labeling method for sorting, tracking, and filtering items.

 

Events list

The Event List uses a grid-like UI to show an ordered list of all events within the current timeframe and view.

Learn more about the Events List

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Event Chart

This chart interactively visualizes the volume of the events included within the current timeframe and view.

Learn more about the Events Chart

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View Pane

Views and labels provide a simple yet powerful mechanism for focusing on specific types of errors and applications.

 

Along with the default dashboard view, you can choose between deployment/ops views or create your own custom view.


Learn more about using and defining views

 

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The Error Analysis Screen

Creating Your Own Custom Views

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