Capacity (Historical)

The Capacity tab is designed to help users understand usage by specific technology.

SUMMARY

Capacity panels have a unique advanced click-through design to show detailed information by simply clicking a data point on any capacity panel. Clicking on any point in a Capacity panel opens up an overlay window with the full participant details list for that particular day and time. In addition, you can click a data point within the capacity details panel to show participants active at a particular time within the date range previously selected.

CAPACITY PANELS

There are multiple capacity panels depending on the infrastructure present in your video environment. All capacity panels have editable parameters enabling the selection of one or more devices. All Capacity panels support advanced click through features and the ability to add multiple panels of the same type if needed.

  1. Acano Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical Acano Peak Capacity Sample Image
    Acano HD Port usage over time.
  1. Expressway Non-Traversal Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical Expressway Non-Traversal Peak Capacity Sample Image
    Non-traversal license usage over time (Expressway-E/C, or VCS-E/C)
  1. Expressway Traversal Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical Expressway Traversal Peak Capacity Sample Image
    Traversal license usage over time (VCS-E or Expressway-E only)
  1. ISDN Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical ISDN Peak Capacity Sample Image
    ISDN channel usage over time.
  1. MCU Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical MCU Peak Capacity Sample Image
    MCU video port usage over time.
  1. Pexip Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical Pexip Peak Capacity Sample Image
    Pexip HD Port usage over time.
  1. TP Server Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical TP Server Peak Capacity Sample Image
    TP Server Screen usage over time.
  1. VidyoLines from VidyoPortal
    vAnalytics Video, Historical VidyoLines from VidyoPortal Sample Image
    Lines is the licensing measurement that drives a good portion of your Vidyo annual costs. It is the primary capacity measurement for Vidyo and is a function determined by the generic equation below:Lines = Total Calls – (Gateway Calls + VidyoRoom Calls)vAnalytics can show Line usage every ten minutes and rolls that up into Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or even Quarterly peaks for analysis in this tab. We collect this metric directly from the VidyoPortal.
  1. VidyoRouter Calls
    vAnalytics Video, Historical VidyoRouter Calls Sample Image
    A call is any active leg of any meeting, whether Direct or Join Room. The number is collected from the VidyoPortal and we use the RouterID portion of the call detail record to assign and track calls to specific Routers. The Router names you see here is what is assigned/reported by the Portal and does not correspond to a device name or network ID. It is an alphanumeric ID created by Vidyo for internal tracking.
  1. VidyoGateway Calls
    vAnalytics Video, Historical VidyoGateway Calls Sample Image
    In Vidyo, the Routers do not handle any transcoding activities to match call protocols like in other MCUs or Bridge devices. VidyoGateways handle all of this as separate physical or virtual machines, and therefore report their own usage every 10 minutes to vAnalytics. Similar to Routers, the Gateway ID is created by Vidyo for internal tracking and doesn’t match the device name in your network.
  1. Acano Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical Acano Peak Capacity Sample Image
    Acano HD Port usage over time.
  1. Expressway Traversal Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical Expressway Traversal Peak Capacity Sample Image
    Traversal license usage over time (VCS-E or Expressway-E only)
  1. MCU Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical MCU Peak Capacity Sample Image
    MCU video port usage over time.
  1. TP Server Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical TP Server Peak Capacity Sample Image
    TP Server Screen usage over time.
  1. VidyoRouter Calls
    vAnalytics Video, Historical VidyoRouter Calls Sample Image
    A call is any active leg of any meeting, whether Direct or Join Room. The number is collected from the VidyoPortal and we use the RouterID portion of the call detail record to assign and track calls to specific Routers. The Router names you see here is what is assigned/reported by the Portal and does not correspond to a device name or network ID. It is an alphanumeric ID created by Vidyo for internal tracking.
  1. Expressway Non-Traversal Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical Expressway Non-Traversal Peak Capacity Sample Image
    Non-traversal license usage over time (Expressway-E/C, or VCS-E/C)
  1. ISDN Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical ISDN Peak Capacity Sample Image
    ISDN channel usage over time.
  1. Pexip Peak Capacity
    vAnalytics Video, Historical Pexip Peak Capacity Sample Image
    Pexip HD Port usage over time.
  1. VidyoLines from VidyoPortal
    vAnalytics Video, Historical VidyoLines from VidyoPortal Sample Image
    Lines is the licensing measurement that drives a good portion of your Vidyo annual costs. It is the primary capacity measurement for Vidyo and is a function determined by the generic equation below:Lines = Total Calls – (Gateway Calls + VidyoRoom Calls)vAnalytics can show Line usage every ten minutes and rolls that up into Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or even Quarterly peaks for analysis in this tab. We collect this metric directly from the VidyoPortal.
  1. VidyoGateway Calls
    vAnalytics Video, Historical VidyoGateway Calls Sample Image
    In Vidyo, the Routers do not handle any transcoding activities to match call protocols like in other MCUs or Bridge devices. VidyoGateways handle all of this as separate physical or virtual machines, and therefore report their own usage every 10 minutes to vAnalytics. Similar to Routers, the Gateway ID is created by Vidyo for internal tracking and doesn’t match the device name in your network.

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