About the Service Overview Page
To access this page, click Service > Service Name > Overview.
You can use the Service Overview page to view information about a service that the service designer has published to the network service catalog from Network Service Designer.
Tasks You Can Perform
You can perform the following tasks from this page:
View administrative details about the service. See General Information in Table 1.
View resources required for the service and its performance specification. See Service Requirements and Service Performance in Table 1.
View the service chain, with its constituent VNFs. See Service Configuration in Table 1.
Configure VNFs. Click a VNF in the service chain graphic. See vSRX VNF Configuration Settings.
Table 1 provides guidelines on using the fields on the Service Overview page.
Table 1: Fields on the Service Overview Page
View a summary about the service’s capabilities.
The network service designer provides this summary.
View the state of the network service:
View the number of tenants using this service.
View the number of CPUs that the service needs (cores).
View the amount of RAM that the service needs in gigabytes (GB).
View the number of sessions concurrently supported by one instance of the service.
View the data rate for the service in megabytes per second (Mbps) or gigabytes per second (Gbps).
View the time a packet takes to traverse the service in milliseconds (ms) or nanoseconds (ns).
Specify the license cost for the network service in USD.
Service Configuration (graphic of the service chain)
View the ingress point—the point at which packets enter the service.
View the egress point—the point at which packets exit the service.
One or more VNFs
Click to view settings for the VNF. See vSRX VNF Configuration Settings.
The service designer can configure the VNF settings in Network Service Designer and the administrative user can configure the VNF settings in Customer Portal.
Best Practice: The network service designer configures settings for the virtual machine (VM) in which the virtualized network function (VNF) resides and the administrative user configures settings for the service, such as policies. The service designer can also configure a few example settings for the service. These example settings should be generic and not network-specific.