Viewing managed applications
From the Application Management page in the TrueSight console, you can view the configuration of all your applications.
To view the applications to be managed
Select Configuration > Applications from the navigation pane.
The Application Management page displays all the applications that you can monitor in Operations Management as shown in the following figure.
The following table describes the different elements of the Application Management page:
Displays Edit, Delete, and Download End-User Monitoring Script options. If you are logged in with -level access, you can perform the following actions:
Displays the name of the application. You can perform the following actions:
|Displays the application types. Select an application type from the list below the column title to filter by type:|
Displays whether synthetic monitoring is enabled for the application. Applications with synthetic monitoring enabled have Execution Plans associated with them. Select an option from the list below the column title to filter applications by synthetic monitoring enabled or disabled. Following options are available:
Displays whether the end-user monitoring is enabled for the application. Select an option from the list below the column title to filter applications by end-user monitoring enabled or disabled. Following options are available:
For more information, see Manually setting up active end-user monitoring.
Displays the importance assigned to the application. The importance is assigned when the application is created. Select an option from the list below the column title to filter the applications by their importance. Following options are available:
Displays the Configuration Item (CI) associated with the application. A CI can be associated to the application either when you create it or by editing an application configuration. For more information, see Associating an application to a service.
Where to go from here
You can perform one or more of the following procedures:
- Click an application name to view the configuration details of an application.
- Edit applications (requires -level access).
After your applications are created or discovered, and configured, you can monitor applications.