Monitoring data across multiple systems and applications can be challenging when working with more than one data source, and this becomes increasingly difficult as environments and data points increase.

Unified Dashboards help address this challenge by adding a layer of observability for your data.

The dashboard combines information from logs, metrics, and tracing data, showcasing it side by side. As a result, you can monitor, identify and troubleshoot issues quickly and easily, without bouncing between the separate interfaces for log, metrics, or trace analytics.

Unified Dashboards Example offers the following features to enhance the Unified Dashboards experience:

Unified Filters

Create a functional overview of your data with intelligent filters that cover all of your data points at once.

Unified Filters help narrow down the logs, metrics, and traces across all of your Metrics dashboards, enabling you to change views without losing your predefined filters. In addition, Unified Filters use Unified Variables for more comprehensive filtering.

Learn more about Unified Filters.

Unified Variables

Unified Variables make connecting fields and analyzing data easier, acting as a directory for your fields and data sources. You can normalize data type names across your data by combining variables from multiple data sources into one parameter.

Account admins can create custom Unified Variables based on similar fields across your accounts. In addition, Machine Learning algorithms generate pre-built Unified Variables based on standard and industry best practices.

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Additional resources
  • Read more about the Metrics solution.