The interface provides access to the data stored, configuration of the processes, and provides user processes. The interface is connecting often to a fairly large datastore, and some actions may take longer than expected as the amount of data in a request may be large.
Fluency Cloud Server instances use a Web interface for Management and Data Review. Collector appliances do not have a Web interface and are instead managed through the connected Fluency Server.
Note: Google Chrome is preferred, IE may not be supported
USER: [email protected]
Note: Fluency Cloud instances launch with this default administrator account. It is local to the instance. Fluency instances can also support authentication using an existing Single-Sign-On (SSO) service.
The current operational status of the Fluency device can be determined by the System status indicator, located on the right side of the Main Menu bar.
A "GREEN" color indicates normal system operation. A "YELLOW" color indicates temporary system congestion, generally caused by a sudden, large increase in input data flow. A "RED" color indicates a more serious malfunction, which may require a system reset.
Fluency layout shares a basic three component breakdown:
The facet is one way to search. On many pages there is a search input with button. This search allows lucene syntax searches to be used.
When first logging into the system, the data is cold. The login event triggers a load of the last 24 hours to move into hot storage. For large systems, this may take a number of minutes. When data requests fall outside of the loaded window, the system will need to load that data section into active (hot) memory.
The system stores all time in GMT.