Operation Center consists of the following modules: Overview, RealTime Task Maintenance, Cycle Task Maintenance, Manual Task Maintenance, Alarm, and Intelligent Diagnosis.

Module Description
Overview This module displays the running status of nodes in charts. For more information, see View the dashboard.
RealTime Task Maintenance This module displays the real-time sync nodes that are committed to the scheduling system and the instances that are generated after the real-time sync nodes are run by the scheduling system.
Cycle Task Maintenance This module displays the nodes that are committed to the scheduling system and the instances that are generated after the nodes are run by the scheduling system. The nodes and instances include auto triggered nodes, auto triggered node instances, retroactive instances, and test instances. For more information, see View auto triggered nodes.
Manual Task Maintenance This module displays the nodes that are committed to the scheduling system and the instances that are generated after the nodes are manually run. The nodes and instances include manually triggered nodes and manually triggered node instances. For more information, see Manually triggered nodes.
Alarm This module monitors the running status of nodes. You will receive alert notifications if the monitored nodes are abnormal. For more information, see Monitor.
Intelligent Diagnosis This module helps you track the running of nodes and identify problems. For more information, see Instance diagnosis.

Scenarios

  • You can view your nodes and instances, test nodes, and generate retroactive data in Operation Center.
  • If you are using a workspace in standard mode, you can switch between the production and development environments by modifying the env parameter in the URL of the Operation Center page. If the URL contains env=dev, the development environment is displayed. If the URL contains env=prod, the production environment is displayed. You can modify the content framed in red to go to Operation Center in the corresponding environment, as shown in the following figure.Switch between environments
  • In node operations and maintenance (O&M), you can view the instances of all your nodes and stop and rerun the instances that are displayed.
Note Instances are generated after nodes are run by the scheduling system. An instance is a snapshot of a node at a specific point in time. The instance contains information such as the time when the node is run, the running status of the node, and operational logs.