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Show AO count in Service Studio and LifeTime

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It will be helpful if the number of AOs an application and its espace consume is displayed as a badge icon over the application/espace.

In Service Studio the total AOs could be displayed per espace when viewing the application's espaces as per this image:

In Service Studio when viewing all Applications, indicate it as below:


In LifeTime indicate it as below:

Here it will give a quick way of determining the AO impact when a deployment is to be done to the next environment.

Created on 21 Jun
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Changed the category to Lifetime


Merged this idea with 'Need Application Object usage moved where Developers can see it' (created on 18 Jan 2018 16:38:27 by Justin James)

While the AO usage is part of licensing, which makes sense, it is not information that should be restricted to admins. In fact, I *need* developers to be able to see it so they can help understand and manage the object usage. I don't want to make every developer an Administrator just to look at this number.

J.Ja



Merged from 'Need Application Object usage moved where Developers can see it' (idea created on 18 Jan 2018 16:38:27 by Justin James), on 22 Jun 2018 04:48:09 by Justin James

Agree it will help to have a quick check of AOs growth especially on development phase

I agree with this idea.

We are doing sizing estimates and sometimes, we feel that the one we developed is more or less exceeded the estimated AOs and then, the administrator would just then inform us if we have exceeded which is not good on our end.

It would be nice to, to make it available through an API espace. So we can create reporting and some other cool stuff around it

Merged this idea with 'Show AO count on app while deploying' (created on 29 Aug 2018 19:13:52 by PJ M)

We are constantly bumping up against our AO count when deploying to QA. It'd be nice to have better metrics on AO counts when deploying so we can manage this better.



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Show AO count on app while deploying' (created on 29 Aug 2018 by PJ M)
- merged to idea 'Show AO count in Service Studio and LifeTime' on 06 Sep 2018 08:20:58 by Kilian Hekhuis

I agree with you PJ, I also faced similar issue while pushing the code from dev to test.

My dev has the unlimited object limit but when it comes to test or prod it's limited. so whenever I push to test, during the last step of deployment it showed me the error saying object limit is full and that doesn't make sense.




This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Show AO count on app while deploying' (created on 29 Aug 2018 by PJ M)
- merged to idea 'Show AO count in Service Studio and LifeTime' on 06 Sep 2018 08:20:58 by Kilian Hekhuis

Exactly! It would be nice if they could tell us that we'd exceed our limit before going through the entire process. Put a red marker on any applications that are too big to deploy with a note that it will break the limit.



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Show AO count on app while deploying' (created on 29 Aug 2018 by PJ M)
- merged to idea 'Show AO count in Service Studio and LifeTime' on 06 Sep 2018 08:20:59 by Kilian Hekhuis

Hi PJ & PP,

If you are near to AO limit then OS warn you at the top of service center with the warning message. You can see Used % in respect to Allocated AO %.

Lifetime is simple, if we show everything then after sometime it become complicated. You can also check AO in service center.


Thanks,

Rajat Agrawal



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Show AO count on app while deploying' (created on 29 Aug 2018 by PJ M)
- merged to idea 'Show AO count in Service Studio and LifeTime' on 06 Sep 2018 08:20:59 by Kilian Hekhuis

Rajat, looking at Used % doesn't really help. If I have 10% Unused AOs, does that mean I have enough available to deploy my solution or not? Firstly, there is no easy way to see how many AOs a solution will consume, so you need to manually estimate that. Secondly, surely Lifetime should calculate the number of AOs that will be consumed upfront, and check that there are sufficient available before it starts with the deployment.



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Show AO count on app while deploying' (created on 29 Aug 2018 by PJ M)
- merged to idea 'Show AO count in Service Studio and LifeTime' on 06 Sep 2018 08:20:59 by Kilian Hekhuis

Good idea in my opinion. I created a similar idea a while ago and think this will definitely be of value to developers.




This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'Show AO count on app while deploying' (created on 29 Aug 2018 by PJ M)
- merged to idea 'Show AO count in Service Studio and LifeTime' on 06 Sep 2018 08:20:59 by Kilian Hekhuis

Hi guys,


Great discussion here! Thank you guys, we really appreciate!


There is an important feedback that we need your alignment. Does this AOs awareness need to be in place on development / 1CP time, or in deployment time to a different environment (Service Center or LifeTime)?


Cheers,

Joao Bento


João 

I think it makes the most sense in LifeTime/Service Center when deploying to a different environment.

Hanno

Developers need it real time in Studio, so when they are trying to cut AOs they can see their progress without going to LTM, which they may not even have access to.

J.Ja

But ALSO in Service Center as data on the module/application. And ALSO in Lifetime.

Basically, anywhere you could do a publish/deploy, you need to know AOs.

J.Ja

+1 for what Justin said!

Agree with Justin - Developers need it real time in Studio, so when they are trying to cut AOs they can see their progress without going to LTM, which they may not even have access to.

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