2. Getting an Overview

2.1. Dashboard

The dashboard is displayed when logging in to the platform (see Fig. 2.1).

The following information is displayed:

Average purchase price per IP address

Average price per IP address that is paid to the MSP.

Billing Method Selected

Number of subscriptions by respective category:

  • Free

  • MSP: managed-service customers, i.e., the subscription is managed by the vMSP

  • Self Service: self-service customers, i.e., customers are able to manage the subscription on their own

  • Project: project keys with special conditions

Total IP’s

Total number of all (internal and external) IP addresses sold to all end customers.

External

Number of external IP addresses sold to all end customers.

Internal

Number of internal IP addresses sold to all end customers.

Total Purchase

Total amount of money that is paid to the MSP.

Income Selfservice

Amount of money received from customers in self-service mode.

Development within 6 months

Development of number of sold IP addresses over the last 6 months, divided into internal and external IP addresses.

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Fig. 2.1 Overview dashboard

2.2. Managed Security

Managed-service customers, i.e., customers whose subscription is managed by the vMSP, can grant the vMSP access to some report data or full access (“Managed Security”).

Clicking Managed Security in the menu panel provides a list of customers who have granted access. The table displays the customer’s number of tasks and the number of severities for each severity class.

The following actions are available:

  • If the end customer grants access to the reporting, managed_sec_info is displayed in the column Actions. Clicking managed_sec_info provides detailed information like the severity trend and a full list of tasks.

  • If the end customer grants full access, three_dots is displayed in the column Actions. When clicking three_dots, either managed_sec_info (see above) or the jump-in feature for accessing the end-customer interface can be selected.

Jump-In Feature

The end-customer interface can be accessed using the Jump-In feature:

  1. Select Managed Security in the menu panel.

  2. In the row of the customer, click three_dots and select Jump-In (see Fig. 2.2).

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    Fig. 2.2 Accessing the end-customer interface

  1. Enter the password used for logging in to the vMSP interface.

  2. Click Jump.

    → The end-customer interface is opened.