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Using Dashboard to monitor important notices

The Dashboard page displays the application's request and threat data, and other important statistics.

Threat data

The Threat Level and Threat Level History widgets display the threat scores of the application over a certain time range. FortiWeb Cloud can send alerts to the specified email addresses if the threat score exceeds a certain level. For how to configure the alert email settings, see Configuring attack log alert.

 

Use the OWASP Top 10 Threats widget to investigate into the most critical attacks to your application. Click the threat category links to check the details such as the source IP and affected URLs.

Statistics on requests

The following widgets display the number of requests to the application, and how many requests are blocked by FortiWeb Cloud.

You can use the time range selector in the Incoming Requests widget to view the number of allowed and blocked requests over the last hour, 24 hours, 7 days, and 24 days.

Monitoring server status

The Server Status widget displays whether the origin server is available. In the following example, the server is available (), while the health check is disabled ().

If you have multiple origin servers, it's recommended to enable Health Check, so that when a server becomes unavailable FortiWeb Cloud can distribute its traffic to other servers.

Using Dashboard to monitor important notices

The Dashboard page displays the application's request and threat data, and other important statistics.

Threat data

The Threat Level and Threat Level History widgets display the threat scores of the application over a certain time range. FortiWeb Cloud can send alerts to the specified email addresses if the threat score exceeds a certain level. For how to configure the alert email settings, see Configuring attack log alert.

 

Use the OWASP Top 10 Threats widget to investigate into the most critical attacks to your application. Click the threat category links to check the details such as the source IP and affected URLs.

Statistics on requests

The following widgets display the number of requests to the application, and how many requests are blocked by FortiWeb Cloud.

You can use the time range selector in the Incoming Requests widget to view the number of allowed and blocked requests over the last hour, 24 hours, 7 days, and 24 days.

Monitoring server status

The Server Status widget displays whether the origin server is available. In the following example, the server is available (), while the health check is disabled ().

If you have multiple origin servers, it's recommended to enable Health Check, so that when a server becomes unavailable FortiWeb Cloud can distribute its traffic to other servers.