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The Dashboard

After successfully logging in to Megaport ONE, the dashboard shows all of your deployed global infrastructure and cloud resources.


Dashboard resources

The resources include infrastructure running any part of your network:

  • Tenants – When logged in as a partner (root tenant), the number of TenantsAn account that receives Megaport ONE services and support through a Megaport ONE partner, or root tenant. The partner can customize the features in the Megaport ONE Portal to limit visibility and features for a tenant account. associated with the account.
  • Ports – The number of PortsA high-speed Ethernet interface that connects to Megaport’s global software-defined network (SDN). deployed globally.
  • MCRs – The number of Megaport Cloud RoutersA managed virtual router service that establishes Layer 3 connectivity on the worldwide Megaport software-defined network (SDN). deployed globally.
  • MVEs – The number of Megaport Virtual EdgesAn on-demand, vendor-neutral Network Function Virtualization (NFV) service that enables branch-to-cloud connectivity on Megaport’s global software-defined network (SDN). deployed globally.
  • Clusters – The total number of Kubernetes clustersA set of nodes that run containerized applications. deployed globally.
  • Apps – The total number of unique applicationsAn application package that includes dependencies and necessary services. deployed on clusters globally.

Click any resource for details. For more details, see Viewing Network Services and Viewing Clusters.

Global resource map

All compute and networking resources deployed globally are visualized on the dashboard map. The map identifies the geographic locations of the resources.

Dashboard Map

To zoom in for details, select a resource location to display more information about the product.

Dashboard Map Zoom

Filtering the display by resource

By default, the dashboard displays all of your compute infrastructure and networking resource locations deployed throughout the Megaport ONE platform. You can filter the display to show only deployed compute resources or deployed networking resource locations. For example, select Compute to view all compute resources such as databases, data stores, machine-learning workloads, and so on.

To filter the display

  • Clear the Compute or Networking check boxes.
    The map updates to reflect the current setting.

For details about creating network services, see Provision Services in Quick Start - Networking.

For details about creating compute resources, see Creating a Cluster.

To view resource details

  1. Click a location on the map.

  2. Click Go to service page.

Recently deployed

All resources deployed within the last 24 hours appear under Recent Deployments. To filter the list, select a product type from the drop-down list.

Recently deployed

To filter the list

  • Clear the Compute or Networking check boxes.
    The list updates to reflect the current setting.


To view a list of all deployed networking services and not just those recently deployed, see Viewing Network Services and Viewing Clusters.

Service status

The icons for each Megaport ONE service change color and indicate their provisioning status.

Status Description
Green Live icon The service is configured and Live.
Green deployed icon An application is deployed in a cluster.
Green ready icon A cluster is ready to receive workloads and applications.
Purple configured icon The service is configured but is awaiting deployment. The service is not Live.
This status can happen for a number of reasons, such as an MCR can be provisioning or a Port could be waiting for connection approval from the data center.
Red icon The service is down.
For example, the service is having connectivity issues.


You can edit a service even if its status is not Live.

To investigate a network service that is down, see Troubleshooting Overview.

Last update: 2023-05-16