Understanding your Securd usage metrics.

Understanding your Securd usage metrics.

In the Account -> Plan Usage section, you can see a real-time view of your Securd usage metrics.
Viewing Aggregated Query Metrics

This analytic shows the volume of DNS queries from all your companies based on your selected time frame. In this analytic, you can view your metrics for the last 30, 60 and 90 days. To see a breakdown of each of your company (tenant) metrics, use the Company dashboard.
Viewing Aggregated Log Forward Metrics

This analytic shows the volume of logs forwarded from all your companies based on your selected time frame. Learn more about forwarding your Securd logs in real-time with http log forwarding or syslog forwarding.
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