Statistics Summary

This is the Statistics Summary page please see the help video to the right. We also have the text help below.

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Statisitcs Summary

The statistics overview page gives you quick insight into your IdP statistics. This page will be developed further and will contain more key insights as the dashboard development process moves forward.

In the top left we have the IdP statistics panel which shows a quick overview of what’s happened in the last 24 hours. It displays the number of authentications that have happened on the IdP as well as the number of unique user logins during that time period. A ‘login’ is counted as an authentication, which could mean the same user has logged into an SP multiple times. The unique logins uniquely identify the user, and helps you gain a quick insight into what has been happening on the IdP in the last 24 hours.

To the right of the IdP statistics panel we have a list of the top 5 service providers accessed in the last 24 hours. Here you will see the friendly name of the SP if you have defined it within, or the SP’s entity ID if friendly names have not been set. And then the number of authentications (not unique logins) to that SP next to the SP name.

Underneath the IdP statistics is an area chart which plots the number of authentications and unique logins in the last 24 hours. We can see the authentications broken down into hours of the day which will give you more information about your busiest times of the day. You can also hover over each point in the chart to see the number of authentications and unique logins for a specific time of the day. You also have the ability to turn on or off the authentications or unique logins graph by clicking on the coloured legend at the top of the graph.

Below the top 5 SP’s panel there is another area graph which plots the number of failed authentications in the past 24 hours.