This topic describes the availability bar.

The bars across the top and bottom of the the tab contain grey dots, each of which corresponds to a timeslice. The length of the timeslices depends upon the currently selected Metric Display Range — if the display range is 8 hours, each timeslice is 8 minutes. If the display range is 4 hours, each timeslice is 4 minutes. The color of the dot for a timeslice indicates the availability of the resource during that timeslice. If the timeslice is longer than the collection interval for the metric, the availability shown for the timeslice is based on the multiple data points collected during the timeslice.

  • Green — indicates 100% availablility during timeslice — each time that availability was reported during the interval, the resource was available.

  • Orange — indicates availability greater than 0% and less than 100% — during the interval, the availability of the resource was reported to be unavailabledata point during the interval was the resource was available.

  • Red — indicates 0% availability during timeslice — each time that availability was reported during the interval, the resource was not available.

The average availability over the display range is shown to the right of the availability bar.

Click an availability indicator to display the start time of the timeslice, and a vertical bar to help you view the state of each metric during the timeslice.