View a summary of app and cluster health

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Click the Dashboard to see a high-level view of your apps, clusters, and their health.

A screenshot that shows the Astra dashboard which provides a resources summary and links to get started.

The Apps tile helps you identify the following:

  • How many apps you’re currently managing.

  • Whether those managed apps are healthy.

  • Whether the apps are fully protected (they’re protected if recent backups are available).

  • The number of apps that were discovered, but are not yet managed.

    Ideally, this number would be zero because you would either manage or ignore apps after they’re discovered. And then you would monitor the number of discovered apps on the Dashboard to identify when developers add new apps to a cluster.

Note that these aren’t just numbers or statuses—​you can drill down from each of these. For example, if apps aren’t fully protected, you can hover over the icon to identify which apps aren’t fully protected, which includes a reason why.

A screenshot that shows the tooltip that displays when hovering over the number of not fully protected apps. The tooltip provides the name of the app and the reason why it’s not fully protected.

The Clusters tile provides similar details about the health of the cluster and you can drill down to get more details just like you can with an app.