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JFrog Mission Control 2.x User Guide
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In addition to the above service types, Enterprise+ license provides support for:
The Services module allows you to view all services managed by Mission Control in one place.
|The service type.|
|The service name.|
|The service URL.|
|The service version.|
|The service status.|
|The service status details.|
|The site the service is in.|
|The service license type.|
|The service license expiration date.|
The following views are available on the service level.
Mission Control provides detailed information for each of the services depending on the service type.
To access the Details page for a specific service, select the Service Name link on the Services page.
For more information on the specific details for each service, see the dedicated service page.
Enterprise+ License Required
Viewing service trends requires an Enterprise+ license.
From Mission Control version 3.2, a dedicated Trends page has been added to each JFrog service and has replaced the Graphs feature. In addition to the detailed information on the service displayed in the Details page, the Trends page displays a set of graphs and data related to storage and usage based on historical data collected and stored in Mission Control. Note that data is collected according to the collection frequency for each service Mission Control manages.
Data Collection Frequency
Note that the data used to generate the Trends page is collected with different frequency for each service managed by JFrog Mission Control. For details, please refer to Collection Frequency.
The Trends Dashboard displays data for the time range and filters set in 3 separate panes:
Tracked Parameters: Each service displays different trends according to the parameters relevant to the service. For example, the Trends page for the Edge service displays trends for Distribution or Storage Utilization. For more information, see the individual JFrog service sections to view the parameters that are tracked.
The bottom pane is only available only when there is more than one parameter tracked for the selected service.
You can apply these global filters to view different trends:
Selecting a data point on the trend graph in the main pane opens a right pane displaying detailed information on the trend for the specific point in time.
Once you have created your sites, you can add services to them according to their geographical locations.
To add a service click Add Service from the Header or the Services module.
Fill in the service details and click Test Connectivity to check your authorization.
JFrog Mission Control will validate the service and connect to it.
|A logical name for the service.|
|The service type. Artifactory or Xray (Enterprise), Edge, Distribution and Jenkins (Enterprise Plus)|
|The site to assign your service to.|
|The service URL.|
|A description of the service (optional).|
|The service administrator user name.|
|The service administrator password.|
If you are adding an Artifactory or an Artifactory Edge service, after you test connectivity, you will be prompted to deploy a license. Make sure to select a license bucket with the right type of licenses for the service you are adding - Enterprise (for an Artifactory Enterprise service), Enteprise+ (for a fully featured Artifactory service in an Enterprise+ environment or Edge (for an Artifactory Edge node).
Next, select the site to which you want to add the service.
Finally, click Add.
Once added, your service will be assigned to the specified site and displayed in the Service module and Site module.
Editing and deleting a service can be done from the Actions menu in the single service page, or by hovering over the service from the Services module.
Only user will Mission Control admin privileges can edit or remove service.