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Unravel User interface tour

After you log in to Unravel, the default user interface looks as follows:

Note

The following user interface is displayed for the Databricks platform. The user interface differs for each supported platform.

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Navigation bar

Lists the leading menu names. The menus differ for each platform. If a selected menu includes submenus, they are displayed beneath the associated menu item. For a list of menus and submenus displayed for each platform, see Supported features by platform.Supported features by platform

Unravel Menus

Depending on the task you want to perform, click the links in the following table to get started with Unravel:

Note

Click the menu icon. The topic related to the menu is opened in a new browser.

Menus (Snowflake)

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Provides comprehensive summary of all the insights generated for your integrated Snowflake warehouses and queries for the last 15 days.

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  • View, understand, and monitor your costs within Snowflake.

  • Access and evaluate the total compute cost associated with your Snowflake usage.

  • Identify and analyze the most expensive warehouses and users in your Snowflake environment.

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  • Provides insights and data relating to your warehouse activities.

  • Monitor costs, review trends, and access detailed warehouse information

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  • Filter and analyze queries.

  • Explore similarities among queries by selecting Same Signature Queries and compare different queries to understand their performance

  • Streamline the query management process.

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Presents information such as metadata, KPIs, and insights about tables and partitions.

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Construct custom dashboards tailored to your specific needs using the collected metadata.

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Get notified, in your preferred notification channel, with alerts which get triggered when the set conditions are met.

Search bar

Search bar

Description

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Search for an application name, application type, or user name. The search is case-insensitive.

Examples:

  • Application name: application_1661849569325_6440

  • Application type: Spark

  • User name: jsmith

For wildcard search, you can use an asterisk (*) at the end of the text you search for. For example, (spark*).

Context menu

You can click various elements on the upper-right corner of the window to see the actions available.

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Description

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Use to install and manage apps. Generate reports of executive KPIs (cluster usage KPIs, including for YARN and Impala).

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Expand to view various management options.

  • Daemons: View daemons that are enabled for Unravel. You can also check the message (Info, Progress, Error, and Fatal) count information. See Unravel Daemons.Unravel Daemons

  • Stats: View database statistics and Elasticsearch details, such as the status of an Elasticsearch cluster, total size, and the number of indexes.

  • Run Diagnostics: Load and view the latest diagnostics log. You can also download the diagnostics.txt file.

  • Monitoring: Monitor information such as Partition Info, DB Status, DB Performance, Kafka (topic by consumer group), Zookeeper (host details), and Elastic (nodes and cluster health).

  • API Tokens: Create tokens for API token authorization. See API authorization token.

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Expand to view the following list of options:

  • Support Portal: Navigate to the Unravel customer support portal.

  • Send Feedback: Send your feedback or share your ideas.

  • Documentation: View the online Help of Unravel documentation.

  • About: View the version of Unravel and its components.

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Expand to view the following list of options:

  • Copy Login Token: Copy the login token.

  • Logout: Log out of Unravel.