For each date on the X-axis, there is a green, yellow or red bubble.
- The green bubble represents systems successfully recovered.
- A yellow bubble indicates that a warning was generated during recovery. This is usually to do with customer scripting.
- The red bubble shows systems not successfully recovered, meaning that they did not boot up successfully or did not pass a customer’s own validation script. Note that this data includes DR tests and initial configuration runs by customers.
- If there is no bubble on that day, that means that there were no systems recovered that day.
The size of the bubble corresponds to the number of systems that were recovered. The bubble’s position on the Y-axis shows the average time that it took to recover all of the systems on that day. You can also mouse over each bubble to see the actual number of systems and average recovery time.