The following shows a Dashboard with replication successfully running between the Home to 50-box.
The Dashboard Topology page displays your registered JPDs across geographical areas in a map view with a set of indicators that provide insight into the health of your services running on each JPD. By default, the Topology page displays information about the Home JPD that was configured during the installation process. When you install Mission Control and connect it to JFrog Artifactory, the JPD that Mission Control is part of is automatically declared the Home JPD and is displayed in the Topology view as the default location.
The Topology page is divided into two main panels:
To access the Topology page, from the Application module, click Dashboard and select Topology.
The Topology page displays the JPDs on a map with one of the following health indicators next to each JPD, allowing you to quickly assess the state of your services running in the JPD.
|Indicates that one or more JPDs are running in the same location.|
Indicates that the services are offline.
|Indicates that only certain services are offline. |
Proceed to view the detailed service information.
|Indicates that all the services are online and functioning in the JPD.|
|Indicates that Access Federation information could not be retrieved.|
Indicates that the JPD is offline.
View the topology metrics to find the problem.
Click the dropdown arrow in the bottom panel and scroll to view the service details.
A list of services installed on the JPD opens.
The following metrics are displayed in the bottom panel of the Dashboard providing information on the health of the selected JPD and its services.
Replication ensures developers all work with the same version of remote artifacts and that build artifacts are shared efficiently between the different development teams.
The Replication view tracks and displays information on all replications in which the selected JPD is involved. If multiple replications are configured for the JPD, you can filter the list by source or destination repository. Replication is used in a variety of use cases to synchronise repositories between remote JPDs. Depending on repository size this may require the transportation of huge quantities of data. Since speed of transportation is limited by bandwidth and network latency, this is a process that may take hours and even days to complete. For more information, see Repository Replication.
To access Replication view, from the Application module, click Topology and select Replication from the Show list.
You can quickly check the Replication status for the selected JPD In the bottom panel.
The arrows between the source and target JPDs indicate the direction of the replication data flow from the Target JPD to the Source JPD.
Access Federation gives you control over access to all, or any subset of your services from one location by synchronising all security entities (users, groups, permissions and access tokens) between the federated services. For more information, see Access Federation.
You can view the status and health of Access Federation with arrows indicating direction and the status of the synchronisation process according to your Access Federation topology set up in the system.
From the Application module, click Topology and select Access Federation from the Show list.
In the following example, Access Federation is configured in a star topology, with grey arrows indicating that Datacenter3 is the source federating DataCenter1 and Datacenter2.
The Trends view displays metrics and a set of graphs related to your JFrog Platform deployments.
To view a trend, from the Application | Dashboard click Trends and view the following:
Most of trends rely on the Open Metrics framework, to view these, you must enable metrics and Filebeat in the products that support it:
Enable metrics in the system YAML of the product. For more information, see Open Metrics.
This allows Filebeat (now bundled with the products) to send log and metric data to Elasticsearch.
The Elasticsearch URL should be:
You can apply these global filters to gain different perspectives regarding the health of your JPD:
In addition to the global filters, each trend supports a set of dedicated filters. For example, you can filter the Storage Trend by Repositories and Package Types. To view the filters for each trend type, see the specific Trend section.