Application Insight is one of the primary use cases for Tetration. Go to Application > Scope and search for the server:
Provides – displays the list of open ports to which the host is providing traffic, along with the local process responsible for the open port. Ports listed in bold represent flows which Tetration has observed a workflow while light grey ports have not seen any network traffic.
Consumes – displays the list of ports over which the host is consuming traffic.
Distinctive Processes – displays processes that reach a certain threshold of traffic flow, which is determined based on a Tetration algorithm, as well as where the process originated
Policies overview. Each cord represents the policies generated by the ADM (Application Dependency Mapping) that run between a pair of clusters – a bidirectional set of policies. It shows the specifics of that relationship, including which ports each partition is providing services on.
Click the icon to the left of the pie chart. The following screen will provide deeper visibility into the Domain Controllers application cluster, displaying the individual servers within the cluster as well as their dependencies.
Absolute Policies – Ordered policies to be created with the absolute rank.
Default Policies – Ordered policies to be created with the default rank
Catch All Policy – the policy that is applied when neither an absolute or default policy applies. The default catch all policy is deny.
Go to Application > Scope > App View: