You can view monitoring details across your network, for all applications that are being monitored. This gives you an overall view of monitoring information per monitored application.
View the status of all monitored applications
View how many sources are being monitored
View usage patterns in graphical format for a selected application, and see how V-Maestro is learning an application in a graphical representation so you can understand which applications are good migration candidates in real-time
Stop monitoring for a selected application
Understanding Application Monitoring Status
No Usage Status
An application that shows no usage is likely a poor candidate for migration.
In the image below, all three applications are in a Learning status, which means that it is best to continue monitoring until their status changes to Candidate. They are being used and the Learning column shows that V-Maestro is still learning about them.
In the image below, all three applications are in a Candidates status, which means that you can consider them ready for migration. They are being used, and the Learning column shows that the learning has gone down. V-Maestro has therefore declared them as candidates for migration.
To View Overall Application Monitoring
Click Monitor. The Application Migration Learning windows displays.
The following table describes the information listed on the Application Migration Learning window.
The name of the application being monitored.
The host name of the source running the application.
The IP address of the source running the application.
How long the application has been monitored, in days.
The number of components found associated with the monitored application, and the user who launched the application.
The status of the monitored application. Can be:
Learning - V-Maestro is still learning and analyzing the application.
Candidate - V-Maestro has learned the application and it is a candidate for migration.
No Usage - V-Maestro did not detect use of the application during the monitoring time. This is not likely to be good candidate for migration.
A graphical representation of the usage pattern for the monitored application. Each square or block represents a day of use.
A graphical representation of the application learning process. Learning is represented per day.
Opens a menu of actions that you can perform on the application:
Lets you stop monitoring for a selected application.