The following services are available as shown in Fig1.

1. File Browser

Navigation: Select Organization -> Actions -> Services and click on File Browser

File browser allows to view all the files uploaded under various sections. To navigate click on 'File Browser' (Fig1).

Clicking on File Browser service takes to a view where files uploaded as part of a certain task are shown Fig1.1.

Let us click on uploaded Software POR file under Dictionaries-> Software POR .

From above Fig1.2, we can see the details of when the file was uploaded and other details. User can also download the uploaded files by clicking hamburger menu at filename as shown below (Fig3d). In addition, it also allows to delete a file or to regenerate Notification.

The options available are - Delete File, Download File, Regenerate Notifications

2. Datasources

Navigation: Select Organization -> Actions -> Services -> Click on Datasources.

In order to import data from various API providers like Cisco SNTC API, Cisco Support API, etc the credentials required to access API providers via API are entered, stored and maintained here.

If an organization has credential information, then these are added and maintained here. Otherwise, default information uploaded to platform as part of provisioning will be considered.

  1. Click on Datasources(Fig1).

  2. Inside DataSources view, Click on '+' to add a new datasource.

  3. Enter Datasource Name (Fig2,1), Description(Fig2,2), Requires Gateway Access(Fig2,3), Select Datasource Type (Fig2,4)as shown below Fig2.

4. Based on Datasource type selected, the view expands and prompts the user to enter the required credential information. Following screen shows a sample selection of Cisco Support API.

Enter ClientID (Fig2b,1), Client Secret key(Fig2b,2), Proxy settings (if proxy is used)(Fig2b,3),

5. Select 'Test Connectivity' action (Fig2b, 4) to make sure the entered user credentials are working fine and next, click on 'Save'(Fig2b,5).

The Fig2 above which captures entering user/API credentials for selected datatype varies depending on the datasource. The above example shown is for CISCO Support API.

For AIA, only Cisco SNTC, Cisco Support API and DNS are supported. For other support, please contact CloudFabrix support team.

3. Generate Demo Data

Navigation: Select Organization -> Actions -> Services and Select 'Generate Demo Data'.

It is mainly used to generate demo data and to become familiar with AIA application.

Click on Generate Demo Data as shown in Fig1.

Then click on Generate to populate the application with demo data.

4. Jobs

Navigation: Select Organization -> Actions -> Services and Select Jobs (Fig1).

While jobs run at pre-scheduled times (e.g. once a day, etc) , some times it is required to run a particular job so that the change is immediately required. In such cases, that particular job can be executed.

For example, when a refreshment rate is chagned or when a POR projection needs immediate update so that the dashboard reports can consider updated changes.

When you click on Run Scheduled Job, it opens 'Run Scheduled Job' window with options to choose previously scheduled jobs as shown in Fig4.

  1. Select the Scheduled Job from drop down menu.

  2. Click 'Run' to execute the job.

It shows a message that job is successful and a notification will be sent. Click here on how to view Notifications.

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