Disaster Recovery Dashboard

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The Disaster Recovery Dashboard is a preview of the most critical information gathered from all entities both on-premises and in the cloud for your organization in the Command Center.

You can use the Disaster Recovery Dashboard to monitor disaster recovery performance from a high level. Many tiles on the dashboard open more detailed reports that you can use to analyze the collected statistics. Information on the Disaster Recovery Dashboard is divided into databases, file servers, applications, and VMs.

Who Can View the Dashboard

The Disaster Recovery Dashboard is available only for CommCell Administrators and Managed Service Provider (MSP) Administrators, and the dashboard appears as a choice in the list on the Overview Dashboard when an administrator opens Command Center. For users of the Commvault Disaster Recovery solution, this dashboard appears first when they log on.

Virtual Machines

The following table includes descriptions for the VMs tile.

Section

Description

Overview

The number of VMs in the environment.

Last month stats

The number of live mount operations that were performed, the number of cloud migrations that were performed, and the number of failover operations that were performed in the previous month.

Replication monitor

The number of VMs in replication groups with replication jobs that completed successfully (met) or failed (missed).

Databases

The following table includes descriptions for the Databases tile.

Section

Description

Overview

The number of database servers in the environment.

Last month stats

The number of clones that were created, the number of cloud migrations that were performed, and the number of failover operations that were performed in the previous month.

Replication groups

The number of databases in replication groups with replication jobs that completed successfully (met) or failed (missed).

File Servers

The following table includes descriptions for the File servers tile.

Section

Description

Overview

The number of file servers in the environment.

Last month stats

The number of live mount operations that were performed and the number of failover operations that were performed in the previous month.

Replication groups

The number of file servers in replication groups with replication jobs that completed successfully (met) or failed (missed).

Applications

The following table includes descriptions for the Applications tile.

Section

Description

Overview

The number of applications in the environment.

Last month stats

The number of live mount operations that were performed and the number of failover operations that were performed in the previous month.

Replication groups

The number of applications in replication groups with replication jobs that completed successfully (met) or failed (missed).