This is the overview of how multiple hubs can now be configured in a primary and connected hubs configuration. In the example below Service 3 is shared in each connected hub while service 1 & 2 are only displayed in two connected hubs.
How to create a connected hub
There is a new section in the “Edit hub” section - “Connected Hubs”.
To add a new hub click on “New Connected Hub” button. Choose a new subdomain and name and click “Submit” to save.
There are two options to get to the settings page for the connected hub. The first one is to click on the necessary hub in the “Connected Hubs” section.
The second option is to change the hub at the top of the page.
Almost all settings for these connected hubs are standard.
The difference is that instead of “Services and Integrations” section there is “Services and Groups” section where you are only able to select groups or services you want to show in each connected hub.
Go inside the group by clicking on it, use check boxes to select the services and press “Save”.
After saving all the results you will be able to see only selected services and groups on the status page that belongs to the connected hub. To go to that page click on the blue button with the arrow on the top right corner of the screen.
Below there is an example of a status page that belongs to the connected hub. As you can see Database service that exists in Primary Hub is not visible here:
Variations of disruptions in configuration "Client - Pod - Data Centre"
- There is an issue in Pod 3:
- Application for clients 5 and 6 is affected.
2. There is an incident and the website is down:
- as it is a shared service it is down for every client.
3. There is an issue in DC A:
- Application for clients from 1 to 4 is affected.
As always please feel free to contact support with any further questions regarding using the control panel within StatusHub.
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