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Topology Map#

The Unryo Topology Map lets you visualize your infrastructure across multiple topology layers.


Use the Search Bar Field to locate a node.

  • once the node is selected, the map shows the node in question and its immediate neighbors.
  • both nodes and edges are colored to reflect their most severe active alarm.
  • grey icons are used for non-monitored nodes.

Use the Layer Dropdown to switch the view from one layer to another.

  • If the node has relations from multiple layers, you can display a multi-layer map using the Expand option from the node tooltip.


Hover over a node or an edge, or click to bring a contextual tooltip:

Attribute Description
Metadata information different data - tags and metrics - can be shown in a way that is contextual to the node or edge type.
Monitored YES means the node is monitored by Unryo (metrics are collected). NO means the node has been discovered - for example as a neighbor - or imported by the Topology API, but is not monitored by Unryo.
Discovery (Method) Indicates from which data the node or the edge is modelized. UNRYO METRICS if from the monitoring metrics. LLDP/CDP, VLAN or IP if from a network discovery. Other values possible (i.e. 3rd-Party)
Last Processed At Time of the last processing update. If two or more discovery methods are used (ie. UNRYO METRICS + LLDP) then the most recent processing time is shown.
Reachability ONLINE means metrics are received for this node. OFFLINE means metrics are no longer being received for this node.
Status Shows the most severe currently active alarm.
Recenter To make this resource the new center of the map.
Expand Show node neighbors for that node on the given layer.
Inspect Resource Link to the Performance Dashboard, the Explore View or the Alert Console.


Offers a mechanism to quicky find nodes in the map (by any property), count them and filter them out.

Group By#

Group nodes based on one or more properties.

Time Travel#

Unryo is able to retrieve topology dependencies in the past. Operational Teams can then troubleshoot issues with the topology information at a given point in time, and be aware of topology changes.