Centralized reports give you a single-pane-of-glass view of your entire customer and trial base, letting you quickly evaluate the health of deployments, see security activity volume across your entire base of customers and trials, and quickly identify issues that require your attention. With Centralized reports, you can assess and prioritize customers and trials when issues arise. You can drill down to those that require your attention, whether that means a deployment that requires policy changes, network changes, the remediating of infected workstations, or the redeploying of software.
Centralized reports are broken down into the following reports:
- Overview Report—Gives you a quick snapshot of two key features for all your customers: Activity Volume, and Deployment and Health Status.
- Deployment Status Report—Gives you an overview of the total number of networks, Umbrella roaming clients, and VAs for your customer base.
- Security Summary Report—Gives you an overview of traffic and security events for all of your customers.
- Cloud Services Report—This report shows you the use of cloud-based SaaS services across your customer base by matching their DNS traffic to the Umbrella list of known cloud services. This helps you deal with possible shadow IT, the introduction of security threats through the use of non-approved tools and possibly even the opportunity to sell a solution to meet the needs of users of this cloud service.
All of these reports can be generated based on a modifiable time period, giving you both an immediate view—the last 24 hours or today—or an extended custom range of days or weeks.
Reports are generated from event data saved to a customer's data warehouse. By default, this data warehouse is located in North America. From a customer's Umbrella dashboard, you can change the location of of a customer's data warehouse from North America to Europe at ant time.
When a data warehouse location is changed to Europe, MSSP reports update to give you the option of generating reports for customers whose event data is stored in North America or for customers whose event data is stored in Europe.