When you open the Nova Report Center, you will see a few chart types available. These are listed below, click on one to see more information about each chart type.
Check out this article for terminology related to the Nova Report Center.
How to Create a Card
When creating a new section choose card:
You can then choose an appropriate datasource, and other attributes related to the card section type.
As you can see at the bottom of the section, as you begin to build it, Nova will show you what the section will look like.
You can add up to 6 cards to a report, like we see here:
You can also filter data sources to create cards that displays the information you want automatically.
For example, let us say you want to know how many Azure Active Directory users have their country or reigon' parameters set to the United States. This is easy to do by following the steps in the image below.
This is just an example, so feel free to explore the filtering system with our great range of data sources and filtering services.
Nova's charts are easy to read and digest. They are customizable, with a range of sorting and filtering choices. Choose to show the raw data as a table, or hover over each segment to see the individual data, as shown below.
Check out some custom chart and pivot report examples below.
Using the Map report in Nova Report Center allows you to see who has logged audit data within Nova. Has there been activity in a location which is unfamiliar to your organization? The map allows you to see if there is suspicious activity occurring in locations which your company is not associated with.
Each circle is representative of audit data being logged in that specific location, which can be viewed down to street level. The shade of the circle represents the amount of logs performed at that location.
To add the map report:
1.Open a new section and select Map.
2.Add a title and description if necessary.
3.For the data source, choose Office 365 Audit Data.
4.Select your organization and organization group if necessary.
5.For select field, select Geo Location.
6.Your audit map should now appear. Click close section.