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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
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  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
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  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
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Click on Event Processing Report

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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
  • Click on View
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support
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Performance of key services and Data Fabric and AIOps components

2

List of Active services. From here you can - Activate new services -Launch service dashboard

3

RDA Studio is the interactive workbench where you can work with data bots and author pipelines in a low-code environment. Iterate/test/inspect or debug pipelines and publish once ready.

Click on Home

Home Page shows Overall Analytics and Enabled Services

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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Data
  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
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  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support
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In cfxCloud you can deploy one or more services from catalog. You can also create your own service.

2

Overall Analytics and Monitoring stats for Data Fabric and AIOps components

3

Fabric Components like Worker Nodes, Event Gateway, Datasets, Pipelines, Persistent Stream etc.

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Get started with few curated learning videos

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Documentation, Community and Support resources

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Hover mouse to left side to see Main Menu

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  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
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Services page

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Click on Details to Launch Service Dashboard

Click on Services

  • List of Enabled Services
  • Add New Services
  • Launch Service Dashboard

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  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
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Click on Analytics

Overall Analytics and Monitoring of Services, Fabric Components and AIOps

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  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
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Worker nodes process data, execute bots and pipelines. Workers can be deployed both on-prem and cloud. Every SaaS customer tenant has 1 default worker

2

Number of edge locations where workers are running

3

Number of Data Fabric agents like Event Gateway or Edge Collector

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Total number of active/running jobs. Each Pipeline executing is a job. Some jobs run indefinitely, for example streaming data pipelines.

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Number of total jobs executed by each data pipeline

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Number of jobs across executed across different worker nodes.

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Analytics Summary

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  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
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  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
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Click on Worker Job Activity

Trend of job executions across all workers

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Click on Event Gateway Ingested Data

Trend of all logs/events ingested into Event Gateway 

Event Gateway is how you Get Data In (GDI) into cfxCloud

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Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count

Events Per Second (EPS). 

Here you can see we hit almost 250K events/second

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Click on Configuration

This will launch Configuration and Management page for various key components of cfxCloud

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Click on Fabric Configuration

RDA Fabric configuration identifies you as a secure and authenticated entity on RDA Fabric.

Use this configuration to correctly register and authenticate your other fabric components like Workers, Event Gateway, RDA client etc.

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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
  • Click on View
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support
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Worker nodes provide computational capacity to execute bots and pipelines. A worker node is container based software, can be deployed on-prem and cloud

2

Agents extend RDA Fabric to enterprise and cloud environments. Agents are Event Gateway, Edge Collector

3

cfxCloud is powered by Microservices, including Core Microservices, Application Microservices

Click on Fabric Components

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  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
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  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
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  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
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RDA client (rdac) is a command line utility that allows you to interact with cfxCloud and RDA fabric.

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Installation instructions for RDA Client

Click on RDA Client

View Details

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  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
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  • Click on Support
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Service Blueprints define what is composed in a service, and how they should be run. For example, pipelines, which worker node to run, scaling and what dashboards/reports to publish.

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Data pipelines automate data operations using data bots in a workflow. Pipelines are implemented with simple low-code like template.

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Encrypted secure vault for storing login credentials to integrate with data sources/sinks/APIs. Used by RDA bots in pipelines

4

Jinja 2 style templates to format text payloads. For example can be used to create json payload for PagerDuty incident create API

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Advanced Log/Event reduction policies based on intelligent sampling, correlation based, time-based etc.

Click on Artifacts

This pane shows key cfxCloud artifacts

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Click on Service Blueprints

Deployed Service Blueprints shows all active services.

Service Blueprint Catalog shows services available for deployment from catalog. Services can have multiple versions or variations. You can select a specific version.

Partners or Customers can create Service Blueprints easily. It is YAML based

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  • Click on Fabric Components
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  • Click on Artifacts
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  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
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  • Click on Support

Click on Pipelines View Details

View and Edit RDA Pipelines. Pipelines allow you to automate data operations.

Pipelines, run on any Worker node

To interactively work with bots and pipelines you can launch RDA Studio from Home page

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Click on Search

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Click on 3-button menu

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Click on View

This pane shows key cfxCloud artifacts

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This is low-code pipeline content. Pipeline is a workflow of data bots to help automate data operations.

2

Green color text indicates name of the RDA bot. RDA bot can be invoked by simply mentioning its name. We have 500+ bots in our library and growing.

3

Blue color text indicates parameters for RDA bots.

4

--> indicates new stage in the data pipeline.

Click on Close

Close the dialog after reviewing Pipeline content

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  • Click on Close
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Click on Datasets View Details

Datasets are data repositories for bulk or batch data.

Datasets are typically created/used by Pipelines. Datasets can also be used for enrichment, lookups, key-value pairs etc.

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  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support

Click on Search

Here you will find list of Datasets and for each Dataset you see key metadata

  • number of rows
  • number of columns
  • last updated

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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
  • Click on View
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support

Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)

For each Dataset you can 

  • View Metadata
  • View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • View Data Types
  • View Dependencies

View Dependencies will show which Pipelines are referring to this Dataset 

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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
  • Click on View
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support

Click on Persistent Streams - View Details

Persistent Streams (or pstreams) are data repositories to hold real-time streaming data and analytics

pstreams are created and used by cfxCloud as well as Services to provide real-time analytics.

Here you can View and Query Data in pstreams 

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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
  • Click on View
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support

Click on View Data

Here you can View Data in pstream.

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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Data
  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
  • Click on View
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support

Click on Close

Here you can see real-time analytics captured for Log Intelligence service. 

Take a note of data size (byte_count), event type (type), syslog severity (syslog_severity) etc.

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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Data
  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
  • Click on View
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support

Click on Log Archives - View Details

Log Archives are object storage repositories (cloud or on-prem) to store raw and unfiltered data. Data can be sent to Log Archives in two ways:

  1. Directly from Event Gateway (which is our log forwarder)
  2. From Pipelines

Logs/Events can also Replayed from Log Archives using data bots

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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
  • Click on View
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support
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You can add new repositories by clicking here. Typically you would need hostname, bucket name, access key, secret key etc.

Click on Log Archive Repositories

Here you will see list of Log Archive Repositories. Any AWS S3 compatible object storage would work. 

In this case, we have an on-prem Minio storage and AWS S3. 

 

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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
  • Click on View
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support

Click on View Details

You can View Details of repository

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  • Click on Event Gateway Ingested Event Count
  • Click on Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
  • Click on Service Blueprints
  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
  • Click on View
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
  • Click on Support

Click on Log Archives

Here you can see

  • Number of Archives - typically one for each application/team
  • Number of Days of Data
  • First Day, Last Day

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  • Click on Fabric Configuration
  • Click on Fabric Components
  • Click on RDA Client
  • Click on Artifacts
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  • Click on Pipelines View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on 3-button menu
  • Click on View
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Datasets View Details
  • Click on Search
  • Click on View Data (First 10 Rows)
  • Click on Persistent Streams - View Details
  • Click on View Data
  • Click on Close
  • Click on Log Archives - View Details
  • Click on Log Archive Repositories
  • Click on View Details
  • Click on Log Archives
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