Galicaster Dashboard is a web-based solution to monitor and manage large fleets of Capture Agents. Galicaster Dashboard takes advantage of the Opencast Matterhorn capture agent API, so any agent implementing it can be accessed by the Dashboard, including Galicaster and the standard capture agent.
Its main features are:
Galicaster Dashboard provides two views: a panel view to monitor your agents providing auto-refreshed screenshots and basic data, and a calendar view, where the recording schedule can be easily checked and modified. In both cases, the agents on the screen can be filtered according to different criteria, so that only the relevant information is displayed.
The panel view is aimed to monitor the agents in your installation. Agents can be filtered by their status or their upcoming events, and also hidden at will. Screenshots are refreshed automatically.
The panel view has two layouts:
From the mosaic view we can see the agent status with a preview (screenshot) of their UI. The following actions are available by pressing on the different buttons on the screen:
The table layout provides a more detailed collection of information including: duration of the last recording, next recording, free disk space, audio and video feedback, etc. There are also shortcuts to a detailed view of the agent's screen and tools to review the agent configuration, logs and access via ssh (coming soon!).
The agent view displays a screenshot of the agent's interface (updated automatically), and a table with useful information including the current loaded profile. There are also shortcuts to other tools available also in the table layout.
The calendar provides an interface to browse and review the recordings in your capture agents.
If you are looking for the source code of any release of Galicaste-Dashboard, take a look into the Release Archive. You also can consult our Git repository for development and source-code information.
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