Use dependency maps to see an item in your virtual infrastructure and how it is related to other items. Dependency maps enable you to see how problems in the environment can affect applications, services, or other areas of the virtual infrastructure.
Dependency maps have one or more items in context.
Only the items that are related to the items in context are displayed. Changing the context changes the dependencies.
You can access the dependency map in these ways:
Click Show Entire Environment to put all clusters in the virtual environment in context.
To set the context to specific items:
For more information, see Export search query results or lists.
As you move through the time line, hover over the resource to see which alerts were raised during the selected time period.
Besides alert information, you can also see the dependencies of an item over time.
Time Travel information is only available when a single item is in context.
The Comparison or Add to Chart commands you run on items while you are in Time Travel mode run in the context of the selected time period.