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The Dashboard Panel#

The Dashboard panel presents the overall picture of your entire infrastructure, in real-time and over time. From there, users can drill-down to more specific information, for example, looking for a specific technology or device.


From there, users can:

  • Browse dashboards and analyze deeper by selecting time ranges, etc.
  • Share dashboards with colleagues or customers.
  • Search Dashboards by name or tag.
  • Add annotations on a graph, to mark points.
  • Export data to CSV, Excel or PDF.
  • Create their own dashboards specific to their needs.
  • Import or Export dashboard templates.

Out-of-the-box dashboards#

Unryo comes with hundreds of dashboards, covering the most popular technologies and vendors across the full stack.

Out-of-the-box dashboards are read-only. They are updated periodically, along with the portal.

Custom Dashboards#

You can create your dashboard by either starting from scratch or duplicating an existing dashboard.

Go to the Dashboards tab, and from there, add a New Dashboard or Save an existing dashboard with a new name.

Then, select the type of panel (i.e. graph, table, pie chart, etc.) you want to add and specifying your data query.

Set-up drilldowns (Unryo portal redirect feature)#

The Unryo portal provides a redirect feature, allowing drill-down between in-context with the resource selected. The following examples show how to drill-down between visualizations.

From a dashboard, go to another dashboard:


From a dashboard, go to the Topology Map:


From a dashboard, go to the Alarm Console:


Schedule PDF Reports#

You can use the Schedule Reports to schedule the generation of dashboards in PDF format, and send them periodically to email recipients.

  1. From the top right gear, select Schedule Reports
  2. Click + to add a schedule, then enter the parameters for that schedule.
  3. Click Confirm

If you want to test your new schedule, click Send Report Now icon, from the list of schedules.


For on premise deployments, you must specify the variable SMTP_ADDRESS in your docker-compose file:

x-portal-environment: &portalEnvironment
    <<: *commonEnvironment
    SMTP_ADDRESS: "<host>:<port>"