Monitor Deployments in Dashboards

Updated 2 weeks ago by Michael Katz

Harness Manager's Main Dashboard and Services Dashboard offer predefined views of your principal deployment data.

Main Dashboard

The Main Dashboard foregrounds deployment and instance activity. It includes breakdowns by successful versus failed deployment, by Harness Service, and by other factors.

Services Dashboard

The Services Dashboard foregrounds data about currently deployed instances. Harness syncs every 10 minutes. The dashboard is a live snapshot of what is currently running.

It includes breakdowns by Harness Service, Cloud Provider, Production versus Non-Production Environment, and Harness Application.

Only active, running instances are reflected in the Services Dashboard's count and details.

How often does Harness Sync with my Deployed Service Instances?

Harness syncs just after the deployment and then it syncs every 10 minutes.

You can check the status using the Instances section of the Services dashboard by hovering over the Environment.

You can also sync on demand using the Refresh icon. You don't need to rerun the deployment.

Instances Drill Down

Click on any instance in Instances are a drill down of the instance's deployments is displayed.

To see older deployments, go to the Deployments dashboard and filter for the Service:

Environment Comparison

Currently, this feature is behind a Feature Flag. Contact Harness Support to enable the feature. Feature Flags can only be removed for Harness Professional and Essentials editions. Once the feature is released to a general audience, it's available for Trial and Community Editions.

See New features added to Harness and Features behind Feature Flags (Early Access) for Feature Flag information.

The Services dashboard contains a Compare Environments option.

Compare Environments shows you what artifacts have been deployed to each Environment.

You can see the Environments where each Service was deployed:

  • Green: Services have the same versions deployed on both environments.
  • Red only: Services have different versions deployed on both environments.
  • Red and Not deployed: the Service was never deployed to that Environment.

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