In this article, we will have an in-depth look at the environment pane. In BizTalk360 Cloud dashboard, the environment pane will display the status of the BizTalk360 Cloud agent (whether it is active and receiving the data from the environment). If the agent is active, you will notice a green solid icon. When you hover over the icon, you will see the time stamp when the agent was last in the active state. The environment pane will also display the status of the alarms that are configured in the environment. You'll also see information such as Management Database name, BizTalk server name, the number of applications in the BizTalk server environment, and the number of artifacts configured for monitoring.

  1. Environment NameDisplays the friendly name that was used during environment creation 
  2. Environment Settings - Settings helps you to edit the basic details of the environment and helps to perform various operations like copy the agent key, download agent, and enable/disable/delete operations on the environment
  3. Delete - Delete the environment permanently from your BizTalk360 Cloud account  
  4. Download Agent - Click this icon to download the Cloud agent to your local machine 
  5. Copy Agent Key - Copy the Agent Key to clipboard
  6. Receiving Data - Quick indication showing whether the Cloud agent is pushing the data to BizTalk360 Cloud. Green indicates that the environment is receiving data and red indicates that no data received from the agent. 
  7. Exceptions - View the exceptions (if any) related to data collection by the agent installed in the environment. If any exception occurs then the icon will be turned red enabling a View link next to the status icon. By clicking this link a new blade will be opened displaying the exception details.
  8. Environment Details - Displays information such as Management Database name, SQL server name, and number of applications in the BizTalk server environment 
  9. Configured Artifacts - Displays the number of artifacts configured for monitoring in the particular environment 
  10. Environment Status - Shows the current status of the environment. If the environment if disabled, the info icon shows the user details who disabled it. 
  11. Alarms - Displays number of alarm configured and status of each alarm. With this, the user can easily identify which alarm is healthy /Critical/Warning / Not Mapped / No execution  
  12. Manage Environment - By clicking this button you can navigate to Monitoring Dashboard screen. Monitor your application artifacts such as receive locations, orchestrations, send ports, and host instances in BizTalk360 Cloud