The dashboard provides insights on user activity, attack information, blocked connections, forensic data, and much more.

To view the API dashboard, click on Dashboard > API Intelligence.

You can limit the data to a specific time range, such as the current day, the past week to date, the past month to date, or the past six months.

The graph at the top of the page shows global API activity at a glance, including the number of requests and indicators of attack (IoAs) for the specified period.

Click any of the dashboard charts for a more detailed display with filters, and drilldown options for further inspection and analysis.

Chart Name Description
Top APIs Transactions Top APIs transactions and IoA breakdown
API Count Counts of trained and untrained APIs.
Indicators of Attack (IoA) IoAs listed by count, in descending sequence.
Discovered APIs chart API discovery and management
Blocklist Distribution of blocklists by client type
Anomalous Clients Anomalous clients breakdown by count

Dashboard chart types

The charts are all interactive. You can:

  • Hover over any colored area of a pie or bar chart to see additional details.
  • Move the pointer horizontally on a line chart to see the plotted value.
  • Click on the period bar to change the reporting period: Last six months, last month, last week, or last day.
  • Use a filter to change a chart appearance. The diagrams below and in subsequent sections are representative examples. Try the filters to see what works best for you.

Filtered charts offer additional information. Typical cases are shown below.

Pie charts

If you hover over a colored segment of the chart, the underlying value appears.

API Intelligence dashboard pie chart

Bar charts

If you hover over a bar, you'll see a vertical line showing that it has focus and an underlying value. At the top, the values narrow down to those of the focused date. For example:

API Intelligence dashboard bar chart