Cloud Platforms' home page, the first one that loads after logging in to your account, enables you to see account telemetry data. Accessible through the Dashboard menu item, the page displays information about the usage trend of your existing licenses, and how they are distributed across services. Two charts are displayed here:
The License Usage Trend section displays comprehensive account information in a visual manner, featuring consumed versus allocated Robot licenses. If you want to assess whether there's room for maximizing licensing efficiency, you have the possibility to consult historical licensing data.
The License Usage Trend section in the Dashboard page enables you to:
- view the maximum number of licenses used concurrently by each type of Robot;
- filter out data by selecting a Robot type - all Robot types are selected by default;
- adjust the time interval as desired - show last 7 days, last 30 days, last 60 days, or last 90 days.
Please note that the graph is only populated for Robots that executed jobs, otherwise No usage history is displayed. It takes one day for the Robot usage information to be displayed here. Data is kept and displayed even if you renew or remove your license.
The Dashboard page has another useful section - Distributed Licenses which enables you to keep an eye on the distribution of available versus allocated licenses. A license is allocated if it belongs to a service.
The section displays donut charts for every license type (Attended, Unattended, Development, and Non-Production) with the total number of licenses available in your account versus the total number of licenses allocated to services.
The example above displays the default distribution of licenses for the Community plan, where you get one service and all the Robot licenses are allocated by default to that one service.
For example, if you plan to create another service and need some of the existing licenses to be allocated to the new service, you can change your license distribution and the resulting Distributed Licenses section might look like this: