Overview of the Report Builder on Entuity Network Analytics (ENA)
This article is going to show you the overview of the Report Builder in Entuity Network Analytics to have better control of your network management when navigating around your network.
- Report Builder
- Time Series Chart
- Multi-Chart and Table
- Inventory Table
- Time Series Table
- Network Management
The Report Builder is available from the Main Menu → Reports Page. It enables Administrators and suitably Authorized Users to define and create reports that can be run either interactively or on a scheduled basis. These custom-built reports supplement the already large collection of pre-built reports provided as standard with the package. Entuity monitors hundreds of metrics and settings from many different types of the network device and makes these available for inclusion in reports.
Four different types of the fundamental template can be used to present information gathered from the network and more sophisticated reports can be created by combining multiple search reports into a composite report template. The basic report templates shown below are Time Series Chart, Inventory Table, Multi-Chart/Table and Time Series Table. You can see these described in the user interface. Let’s take a quick look at the purposes of each report.
Whereas, the Multi-Chart/Table Report presents attributes taken from the same component in a combination of charts and tabular formats. It allows multiple of these to be displayed with each taking its data from a different component. The attributes can also be aggregated together within these reports and an additional facility allows different periods of history to be displayed together in the same chart.
The Inventory Table template presents a table with one column per attribute and one row per component. The attributes can be directly taken from a component or computed by summarizing a metric from time series data on that component such as the mean CPU utilization for devices over a defined period of time.
One point you should remember that when you build a rapport and you’re considered to be its owner, which allows you to modify its configuration at a later date via this icon.