Capacity (Advanced Analytics)

The Capacity tab provides usage by specific technology and bridging method.

OVERVIEW

The Capacity tab focuses on the utilization levels of your UC&C infrastructure, typically viewed as a percentage of licensing or port capacity of your infrastructure devices. Most capacity panels include an advanced click-through feature that enables you to view capacity details for a specific resource as it is utilized during the course of a day. To explore capacity details on any chart, mouse over a line and click a point on the graph.

DEFAULT CAPACITY PANELS

The default capacity panels are built using the Trend panel type to view capacity data over time, based on the types of infrastructure present in your environment. Vyopta will automatically add individual trend capacity panels based off the infrastructure type present in your organization upon creation of your account and first time login.

All capacity panels have editable parameters enabling the selection of specific devices in case you want to segment capacity as per your organization’s specific needs. It is usually more convenient, however, to use the built-in enable/disable capability in the chart legend to tailor the display dynamically, allowing you to focus on an individual system or systems as needed.

Current supported capacity panels include: Cisco CMS, CTPS, CUCM Trunk, Expressway, MCU, VCS, Pexip, Polycom RMX, Vidyo, Webex and Zoom.

EXAMPLE CAPACITY PANELS

CMS Peak Capacity

In this example, CMS system capacity is tracked as a  percentage of licensed capacity utilized at the peak of the interval specified (day, week, month, quarter) over time. Data is grouped by CMS instance name, and a system filter is applied to focus the resulting data for the CMS (Acano) system type.

Panel Settings

 

Option

Setting

Category

Capacity

Metric (Value)

System Capacity Percentage

Group

By System Name

Display Type

Line Trend

Filter

System Type (Acronym) equals Acano

  -or-

Select: Systems→ Bridge→ Acano

Expressway Cluster Traversal Peak Capacity

In this example, VCS cluster capacity is tracked as a percentage of licensed capacity utilized at the peak of the interval specified (day, week, month, quarter) over time. Data is grouped by cluster name, and a filter is applied to focus on the result of this panels data for Traversal calls. (Non-traversal calls can be captured in the same manner by changing the filter to “Non Traversal.”)

Panel Settings

 

Option

Setting

Category

Capacity

Metric (Value)

VCS Cluster System Capacity Percentage

Group

By Cluster Name

Display Type

Line Trend

Filter

Measurement (Unit of) Equals Traversal

 

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