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  1. Preface
  2. Introducing Administrator
  3. Organizations
  4. Licenses
  5. Ecosystem single sign-on
  6. SAML single sign-on
  7. Metering
  8. Source control and service upgrade settings
  9. Users and user groups
  10. User roles
  11. Permissions
  12. Runtime environments
  13. Serverless runtime environments
  14. Secure Agent services
  15. Secure Agent installation
  16. Schedules
  17. Bundle management
  18. Event monitoring
  19. File transfer
  20. Troubleshooting

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Viewing license metrics

Viewing license metrics

You can view a table of all meters used in your organization and download a report that shows the metering usage. View the table and download the report from the License Metrics view of the
Metering
page.
To open the License Metrics view from the dashboard view, click
All Meters
in the Metrics Summary This Month area. If you do not have the licenses required to see the dashboard view, the License Metrics view is displayed when you open the
Metering
page.
The meters that appear in the License Metrics view are determined by the editions that your organization has. Your organization might also be assigned custom meters. Metering information might not be available for every edition.
If your organization has multiple editions or uses custom meters, a meter might be displayed multiple times with different limits. In this case, the least restrictive limit applies. For example, if one edition has a limit of 500
synchronization
jobs per day and another edition has a limit of 100
synchronization
jobs per day, the 500 job per day limit applies. The
In Effect
column indicates which limit applies.
The License Metrics view displays the following information for each meter:
Property
Description
Edition
Name of the edition that is associated with the meter.
Service
Service to which the meter applies.
Metering
Name of the meter. For example, the number of
synchronization
jobs per day, the number of rows processed by
mapping
jobs per month, or the total number of
replication
jobs.
Limit
Numeric limit such as the maximum number of jobs or processed rows.
The limit applies to the parent organization and to each sub-organization. For example, if the limit is 100 jobs per day, users in the parent organization can run 100 jobs per day, and users in each sub-organization can also run 100 jobs per day.
If this field displays -1, there is no limit.
Used
The actual number units consumed, such as the number of jobs run or compute hours used, in the organization or sub-organization during the metering period.
Percent Used
The percentage of units consumed in the organization or sub-organization during the metering period.
In Effect
Indicates whether the meter is in effect for the organization or sub-organization.


Updated October 29, 2020