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Discovery Dashboard

The Discovery Dashboard is an at-a-glance view of key performance indicators (KPIs) relevant to a particular objective or business process.

To view the Discovery Dashboard, on the left, expand the Discovery menu and click Dashboard.

Dashboard Controls

Alerts and notifications appear in the uppermost bar. For a related dashboard, see Alerts Dashboard.

Click the refresh icon to refresh the lists in the Discovery Dashboard.

The Discovery Dashboard has the following search filters:

  • Search by Application: View scan results by application name.

  • Search by Datazone: View scan results by datazone.

  • Search by Tags: View scan results by tags.

You can also search by specific date range. To use a specific date range filter, you need to always keep the ON/OFF toggle set to ON.

  • Today.
  • Yesterday.
  • Last 7 Days (default).
  • Last 30 Days.
  • This Month.
  • Last Month.
  • Custom Range.

Parts of the Dashboard

The dashboard has the following general divisions:

  • Summary
  • Graphs
  • Trends


For each summation, hover over the info icon to view a description of it.

  • Files Scanned: Number of files scanned by Discovery, including all file systems.

  • Columns Scanned: Number of columns scanned by Discovery including all tabular data.

  • Total Scanned: Number of total resources scanned by Discovery.

  • Unique Tags Found: Number of unique identified tags during scan.

  • Tags Applied: Number of auto-classified tags; that is, tags applied automatically by Discovery.

  • Tags Pending Review: Number of tags requiring manual verification.


  • Data Map is a ring chart of percentages of data sources that have been scanned.
  • Datazones is a bar chart of the counts of datazones that have been scanned.

Trends is a categorization of tags:

  • Discovered: Total number of occurrences discovered for the specified tag.
  • Applied Classification: Total number of applied classification for the specified tag.

Hover over the trend to see the exact number of discovered tags and applied classification with date and time.

To navigate to the Classification page, click View Classification.