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Driven User Guide

version 2.1.4

Starting with an Overview of Monitored Applications

When you first log in to Driven, the page displays a status snapshot for applications that you have developed or will monitor. This is the SHOW MY APPS page, which you can return to at any time by clicking on the navigation menu.

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Figure 1. Navigation menu, with all view menu nodes collapsed

SHOW MY APPS displays a compilation of status information for applications that are monitored by the Driven teams to which you belong. The SHOW MY APPS page shows information from the data set that the SHOW ALL page in previous versions of Driven used.

SHOW ALL APPS provides a status overview for applications that are monitored by your teams and applications that are the responsibility of teams to which you do not belong.

If you change the navigation panel from a text menu to icons by clicking HIDE MENU, you can access the same parts of the Driven interface.

Typically, when you alternate between selecting SHOW ALL APPS and clicking SHOW MY APPS on top of the navigation panel, the data on the page changes—​maybe just slightly—​but appears in the same format. Both SHOW ALL APPS and SHOW MY APPS are similar to home pages of many applications and are a good place to start familiarizing yourself with Driven.

In SHOW ALL APPS, you may or may not have the ability to view more detailed information about application execution, such as application details or unit of work details, depending on which app visualizations that you click and on the system configuration. SHOW MY APPS displays the accumulation of data only from applications that are associated with the Driven teams of which you are a member. As a result, you always can click the data that is displayed in a SHOW MY APPS window to delve into underlying details.

SHOW ALL APPS and SHOW MY APPS pages look and function the same as Status Views, except that they accumulate more data and do not display "Status View" on top of the window. These two pages are the highest-level visualizations of runtime performance for the applications that your Driven deployment is monitoring and can be helpful when you need to monitor or troubleshoot across the whole data cluster.


To gain meaningful insights into the root causes of application performance problems or frequency, you likely need to focus on a subset of the data that is displayed in SHOW ALL APPS and SHOW MY APPS. See Status Views for how to interpret and dynamically filter the data.