The page provides details on two elements - License and API Activity - both tabs available from the System Administration section InsightCloudSec under "Administration --> System Administration".
License is available via "Administration --> System Administration" under the "License" tab. This section of the platform includes: displaying license information, a history of billable resources, and control over the collection of anonymous data.
The second, API Activity, is available via "Administration --> System Administration" under the "API Activity" tab.
The license data includes the Expiration Date, Customer ID, and Build. It displays options to refresh and an indicator showing whether the license is valid.
This section also includes the ability to opt-in (selected by default) or opt-out of anonymous data collection.
With this feature enabled, InsightCloudSec collects:
- Expanded anonymous product data; for example: numbers of specific resource types, totals of active Insights, and specific cloud types. This data helps us determine how and where our features are being used.
- We also collect anonymous information around navigation within our tool. We are able to observe navigation with all PII and customer data completely masked. This data is extremely helpful in the analysis of overall navigation and user experience workflows. It allows us to observe and replicate errors so we can track the steps taken that result in a broken workflow or poor user experience.
With this feature disabled, InsightCloudSec only collects license validation and high level counts around generic product metadata (e.g., number of organizations, number of Insights, etc.)
All Data Collection is Anonymous
As explained in the examples provided above, all data is anonymous and collected with the sole intention of improving our product and user experience. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to us through the Customer Support Portal.
This section of the License page displays a chart of billable instances. Hovering on the graph displays a count for the selected timeframe. Selecting a data point will update the tables below the graph to match the selected timeframe. Note: To have this data emailed to you, click on the email icon.
Additional information pertaining to Billable Instances is organized into two different tables below the graph:
- Average Billable Instances by Cloud -- Displays the average number of billable instances by cloud type for the selected month
- Average Instance Counts -- Displays the average instance counts for a cloud account
The "API Activity" tab of the System Administration section displays a log of API activity that includes:
- User name
- Access Time
- Remote IP Address
This data can be sorted and viewed using pagination, rows, date range, and also sorted based on the columns listed above.
Updated 8 months ago