Viewing the Managed Infrastructure
The Components at a Glance section of the eG web console will display the auto-managed and manually added component types, and the number of components of each type .
To add more components for monitoring, click the Add Component button in Figure 5. Using the resulting page, you can add a new component of any type to the eG Enterprise system.
A quick look at Figure 5 will also point you to the number of components of a type that are 'pending configuration'. This count is prefixed by the symbol . Components 'pending configuration' are those for which one/more tests are still to be configured. Typically, eG Enterprise automatically configures most of the tests that are mapped to managed components. Some tests however may have parameters that a tenant will have to manually configure. Components with such 'unconfigured' test parameters will automatically be counted as components 'pending configuration'.
To know which components of a type are pending configuration, first move your mouse pointer over that component type in Figure 5. Figure 6 will then appear, clearly indicating how many components of that type are fully configured and how many are pending configuration.
- Modify the configuration of a component - eg., changing its nick name, port number etc.
- Configuring tests for the target component
- Setting thresholds for the target component
- Configuring maintenance policies for the component
- Unmanaging the component
- Deleting the component
- Changing the IP address/host name of the component
For detailed steps on how to add a new component using the eG web console or to perform any of the configuration activities listed above, refer to the Administering eG Enterprise