Data Explorer Dashboard Data Explorer and Data CubesThe Data Explorer and its individual cubes allows you to view, filter, and manipulate data in many different ways. Applications The Applications cube allows you to explore the application data your system uses. Network The Network cube allows you to explore network traffic data and its usage. Airtime Utilization The Airtime Utilization cube allows you to explore the airtime utilization data in your system. Clients The Clients cube allows you to explore client data for your system. Sessions The Sessions cube allows you to explore data about the various sessions in your system. . Events The Events cube allows you to view data about events that have occurred in your system. AP Inventory The AP inventory cube allows you to view information about the various AP models your system uses. AP Alarms The AP Alarms cube allows you to view information about alarms in your system. Controller Inventory The Controller Inventory cube allows you to view CPU, memory, and disk utilization for the controllers in the system. Rogue APs The Rogue APs cube allows you to view information about APs that have been flagged as "Rogue" because they cannot be identified by existing APs in your system. Data Cube FiltersData cubes contain groups of data sets, some of which exist in multiple cubes. The data cube filters are common to all the data cubes and are explained in detail in the sections below. Creating a Data Explorer DashboardYou can create custom dashboards in the Data Explorer portion of SCI to focus on data you are interested in that encompasses any or all of the nine existing data cubes. These dashboards can be saved so that you can create reports for this unique data set whenever you wish. Actions You Can Perform on an Existing DashboardYou can perform many actions on an existing dashboard, such as adding or removing tiles, editing existing tiles, deleting tiles and deleting the entire dashboard. Exporting Raw Data Using the SCI Virtual Machine Command Line InterfaceYou can use the SCI VM command line interface to export larger amounts of raw data than can be obtained with the user interface. This data can come from any data cubes, dimensions, filters, etc. that you want.