Go to Data Sources > AlienApps to open the AlienApps main page. Through this page, you can enable AlienApps, set up connection with third-party APIs, or create new rules for your apps. You can also assign assets to these apps.
The My Apps tab gives you information about the apps you have configured in your environment:
- Total Data Usage: Total data usage for the current day and for the current week.
- Top Usage By Data Sources: List of top data usage by AlienApps.
- Events By Data Source: Events correlated by AlienApps. The size of the bubbles depends on the number of issues.
You can see your apps in a list view () or in a grid view (). When you choose the list view, you can use the time filter to limit the display of enabled apps.
The table below summarizes the columns displayed in the list view.
|Name of the AlienApp.
|Name of the sensor where the AlienApp has been configured.
|Status of the AlienApp.
|Data received by the AlienApp since deployment.
|Number of data sources.
|Data Last Consumed
|Data received by the AlienApp since last consumption.
On either view, you can use the filters or search for a specific AlienApp.
You can click a tile to open the specific page for that AlienApp. Sometimes, at the bottom of the tile, you see information about the status of that AlienApp, as shown in the screenshot. You can click the tile to configure the needed data. See Advanced AlienApps for more information.
The Available Apps tab lists all the apps you can configure in your environment.
Through the menu on the left, you can do the following:
- Sort the AlienApps in ascending or descending order.
- Search for an AlienApp by its name.
- Choose whether or not to include auto-discovered AlienApps
Filter the AlienApps by these categories:
- Advanced AlienApps
- Cloud platform
The number between brackets displayed next to each filter indicates the number of total AlienApps available in your environment.
Click the Reset button to remove the selected filters. You can also remove a filter if you click the icon next to the filter.
On the bottom right corner of the page, you can navigate through the AlienApps and go to the previous or next pages.