Additional Apex dashboards
Use these contributed dashboards to quickly enhance how you use Apex to troubleshoot network, application, and server issues in your environment.
 
 
Importing a user-contributed dashboard
A dashboard’s file extension is .oad. When you import a dashboard, it is a user dashboard and only viewable by you. If you want others to be able to use of the information displayed on these dashboards you must promote each one to a site dashboard.
1. Right-click any dashboard name from the table and save the .oad file to your system.
2. Import the dashboard.
3. Promote the dashboard.
 
 
List of user-contributed dashboards
Right-click the dashboard name to save the file to your system.
 
Dashboard name
Description
Apex Lite compatible?
Created in
Helps you determine if network round trip and latency are impacting server response time to users. It focuses on network-centric information like network latency and delay, network round trip, device byte counts, retransmissions, and utilization. See Is it the network?
Yes
17.0.9.0
Helps you determine if a server is impacting performance and is having slow response times that are affecting users. See Is it the server?
Yes
17.0.9.0
Helps you determine if application transaction response times and application error conditions and the impact they can have on application server response times are the source of the problem affecting users. See Is it the application?
Yes
17.0.9.0
Comprehensive network, server, and application information for a device, all in one dashboard. It also shows detailed application performance between a client/server pair for in-depth analysis.
Yes
17.0.9.0
Summaries for VoIP/UC Analysis performance.
Yes
17.0.9.0
Details from an HTTP perspective.
Yes
17.0.9.0
Shows data source, client and server IP and MAC aentryresses, IP protocol, link protocol, completed and dropped requests, observed connections, and packets sent (client and server) in a table.
Yes
17.0.9.0
Shows VoIP calls by name, number, IP type, station, jitter (ms) maximum, average packet loss, codec, and data source.
Yes
17.0.9.0
Shows total requests between network devices in a map layout. Perfect for focused searching and troubleshooting!
No
17.0.9.0
Intended to track performance of multi-tiered applications using an application dependencymap at top for identification with client/server/application-focused tables below to identify application and inter-tier performance issues based on network response time, application request times, and application response times.
No
17.0.9.0
Having both bits/sec and % util on the same dashboard you get to see the actual traffic rate and you can calculate the total bandwidth.
Yes
17.0.12.0
A dashboard showing the current status of web response times with a table of the corresponding data. Current status and entries are shown for database and SQL averages, file server and CIFS/SMB response times, and VoIP MOS average and VoIP quality.
No
17.0.12.0
Another dashboard showing HTTP, SQL, file server, data center, VoIP, and application status.
No
17.0.12.0