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You can access the capacity views from the Views page in the TrueSight Capacity Optimization console. While most of the out-of-the-box capacity views are available in the TrueSight console, some are accessible in the TrueSight Capacity Optimization console only. Irrespective of the console in which these views are displayed, they are all listed in the Views page in the TrueSight Capacity Optimization console.


Support for accessing capacity views in the TrueSight Capacity Optimization console is deprecated in TrueSight Capacity Optimization version 10.7.01. For more information, see Deprecated and dropped features and components.

The custom views that you create in the TrueSight Capacity Optimization console can be viewed only in this console.

To access views

  1. Log on to the TrueSight Capacity Optimization console.
  2. Click the Views tab.
    The Views page lists all views that you have added.
  3. Click the name of the view that you want to access.
    If the view is migrated to the TrueSight console, it opens in that console in a new tab of the browser. For more information, see Accessing and using capacity views in the TrueSight console.
    Else, the view opens in the Views page.
  4. In the Views page of the TrueSight Capacity Optimization console, click the pages in the view to explore the view and review its details

Additional information

For a view, some pages might not be visible to all users, depending on the access rights.

About the Views page

The Views page consists of all installed built-in, out-of-the-box views, and also enables you to build customizable views to access analyses and metrics in an interactive and rich-content control panel.

The views that you add, are available through various categories in the Views page. It has a tree structure similar to the Workspace and the Administration tabs.

The general look of the View tab may vary depending on customization; however, the logical components that it is composed of, are the same.

Each view is made up of a set of configurable and interactive pages. A page is a container of interactive visual components that show analyses, models, reports, or any other information.

Views page

Where to go from here

Using views to analyze infrastructure and virtual data