[openstack-dev] [OpenStack][Vitrage] Vitrage Entity Graph supports various actions according to mouse events for entities.
Afek, Ifat (Nokia - IL/Kfar Sava)
ifat.afek at nokia.com
Thu Dec 14 14:17:45 UTC 2017
I think that the right click is a good idea.
· Just to make sure I understood correctly – after the “performance and load test”, do you expect to see the result on the selected resource, or somewhere else?
· What do you mean by “set monitoring configure”?
From: 김민욱 <delightwook at ssu.ac.kr>
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Date: Thursday, 14 December 2017 at 8:29
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Subject: [openstack-dev] [OpenStack][Vitrage] Vitrage Entity Graph supports various actions according to mouse events for entities.
I have been discussing my proposal with the Vitrage PTL a while ago,
I want to get feedback from Vitrage contributors.
In conclusion, my suggestion is that when I right-click on the Entity Graph provided by Vitrage, I want the user to perform various actions through the UI.
These actions include many things, and they do not go through the Vitrage interior.
Ask other projects directly.
This is similar to what appears when you right-click on an icon in Windows.
You can set various parameters for a specific action and pass it directly to the project.
The actions I thought so far are:
1. Execution of Mistral workflow
2. Performance & Load Test using external project for Entity
3. Set monitorig configure?
Entity click & select action
Vitrage-Dashboard -----> Mistral API -----> Execute Workflow
------> Test Project API ----> Execute Test
I want to check the results of these actions on the UI.
For example, if the Performance & Load Test action is triggered on an Entity, the UI will display the following result.
Elapsed time: 59.66 secs
Data transferred: 10340918 bytes
Response time: 2.36 secs
The focus of this proposal is to provide a click action for the Entity to provide convenience to the user.
What do you think?
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