Filter and Search
You can filter views in CloudGuard (Dome9), using the filter box at the top of the page or view. You can also search for a specific entities by name, in the search box.
Filters can be saved and shared with other users.
The filter block
The filter block is at the top of the page, below the search box.
Click to open the filter selection, and then select a filter object. An secondary list is shown, with filter options for the selected object (for example, for Platform, the options are AWS, Google, and Azure).
Select the specific filter options for the selected object.
You can also modify (or remove) a selected filter option. Open the list of options for a filter object, and change or add to the selected options.
You can save a filter, to use it again, or make it available to other users.
Select the desired filters in the filter block.
Click Saved Filters.
In the Save Filter section, enter a name for the filter.
Check Public to share this filter with other CloudGuard users.
Enter text in the search box to search for a specific object in the list. The search is incremental, and search results are updated as you enter more text. Search text is not case sensitive.
System Search (ALT-/ shortcut)
You can open a universal search box anywhere in CloudGuard, and in it search for any entity, alert, policy, or other object, by name or other text.For example, you can search for an asset by its name, or you can search for alerts by severity.
Click ALT-/ anywhere in CloudGuard to open the search box.
Enter search text, and select the entities on which to apply it, from a list.