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DivvyCloud is a Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) platform that provides real-time analysis and automated remediation across leading cloud and container technologies.

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Dashboard

Overview

DivvyCloud's Dashboard provides an overview of your infrastructure's most important characteristics. It is the main landing page in DivvyCloud and includes the full sidebar navigation menu for access to all DivvyCloud features.

Sample Landing Page

Dashboard Displays

Four summary displays (two lists, two graphs) are shown on the dashboard:

  • A listing of the bot coverage per cloud account
  • A listing of the instances per cloud account
  • A donut chart showing top 5 regions by resource count
  • A pie chart showing top 5 clouds by resource count

Together, these displays provide an overview of your infrastructure.

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First Use Dashboard Display

When DivvyCloud is first installed, the Dashboard displays will be blank. Cloud Account Setup must first be completed and harvesting begun, before the dashboard summary displays are available.

The Navigation Menu

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Permissions and Displays

Access to some functions on the Navigation Menu (e.g., Provisioning, Identity Management, System Administration) will require specific permissions. If a user does not have the required permissions, these functions will not appear on the navigation menu.

The DivvyCloud Navigation Menu - Collapsed

DivvyCloud's Expanded Navigation Menus

Dashboard Administration

The top line of the navigation menu displays the current user and organization (see Users, Groups, Roles and Organizations). From here, the user (you) can update your profile information, access release notes and other documentation, logout, or select a different organization to view.

Dashboard Administration

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Dashboard


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