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Monitor backup status within Backup & Disaster Recovery in the Dashboard

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Overview

To browse and view the monitoring data regarding the status of the latest backups of the protected endpoints—that is, virtual and physical machines—made using the Cloud Failover Appliances (CFAs) within Infrascale Backup & Disaster Recovery:

  1. Sign in to your account in the Dashboard.

  2. Go to Disaster RecoveryBackup Status.

    Menu item

    The backup status monitoring page opens.

Information on the page is presented in the table format with the following columns:

Column Description
Company Name of the company the CFA is registered under
Account / Appliance Name of the CFA
Endpoint Connection status and name of the protected endpoint—that is, a virtual or a physical machine
Backup Type Type of the backup
Latest Backups  
Latest Restore Point Primary  
Latest Restore Point Cloud  
Notification  
Boot Verification Status of the boot verification
Muted Indication if the events—that is, alerts, notifications, reports, and so on—are suspended for the protected endpoint

Consolidated view

Configure

To configure monitoring of and reporting on the backup status, click Monitoring Settings.

Monitoring settings action

View history

To browse and view the full history of backup events related to Infrascale Backup & Disaster Recovery, as well as to Infrascale Cloud Backup, and to Infrascale Cloud Application Backup, click View All Events.

See details about the backup history.

Backup history action

Actions

You can take actions on individual protected endpoints shown on the page. For this, click Actions (Actions icon) in the last column of a protected endpoint record, and then click the desired action to take.

Some actions are available and active only if the protected endpoint is online.

Action Description
Manage Cloud Go to the Management Console of the secondary CFA
Manage Primary Go to the Management Console of the primary CFA
Mute Device Suspend all events—that is, alerts, notifications, reports, and so on—for the protected endpoint
Remove Monitoring Events Turn the monitoring off and remove all events for the protected endpoint from the system
Unmute Device Resume all events—that is, alerts, notifications, reports, and so on—for the protected endpoint

Actions

By default, the system shows 30 protected endpoint records in the table per page. To browse over the protected endpoints, use the navigation buttons at the bottom of the page. Also, you can enter a number in the box, and then press Enter to go to the respective page.

Pagination

Name Icon Description
Next Next page icon Go to the next page
Previous Previous page icon Go to the previous page
Last Last page icon Go to the last page
First First page icon Go to the first page

Show or hide data

You can select what data to show on the page. For this, click Show / hide columns on the upper right, and then select or clear the columns you want to show or hide.

Show or hide data

Sort data

You can sort data in the table in ascending or descending order by:

  • name of the company the CFA is registered under (Company),

  • name of the CFA (Account / Appliance),

  • name of the protected endpoint (Endpoint),

  • Latest Restore Point Primary,

  • Latest Restore Point Cloud, or

  • status of the boot verification (Boot Verification).

For this, click the name of the corresponding column.

Sort data

Filter data

You can filter data in the table by:

  • Infrascale product (Product),

  • partner (Company/Reseller, for distributors only),

  • company (Company/Reseller, for distributors and partners),

  • name of the CFA (Account/Appliance),

  • name of the protected endpoint (System),

  • Indicator, and

  • type of the backup (Backup type).

For this, set the desired filters on the toolbar, and then click Apply.

Filter data

To reset all filters at once, click Clear (Clear filters icon) next to the filters on the toolbar.

Export data

You can export all data shown in the table to an XLS spreadsheet. For this, click Export to Excel on the lower right, and then save the file with the exported data to the desired location.

Export data