Diverse Visual Components
DLV provides various visual components, including common data charts, graphs, and controls.
Professional Display of Geographical Information
DLV supports display of geographic tracks, flying lines, heatmaps, regions, and 3D globe, and allows layering of geographical data.
DLV allows you to build screens only by drag-and-drop without programming. You can customize the screen size based on the device resolution.
Various Data Sources
DLV can seamlessly integrate with Data Warehouse Service (DWS), Data Lake Insight (DLI), Relational Database Service (RDS), and Object Storage Service (OBS), and supports local CSV files, online APIs, and the private cloud data of enterprises.
Acute Awareness of Enterprise Security Situations
DLV presents details about every security incident on screen to help trace all security intrusions, which facilitates security incidents handling of cloud enterprises.
Supports real security detection to effectively prevent security events.
Uses 2D and 3D map components to expose security threat sources.
Operation and Management Board
With enterprise operation data shifted and lifted to DLV, DLV provides a visualized decision-making basis for enterprise managers by presenting the production status, product quality, and product sales of enterprises.
Enterprise operation status is visualized in real time so that the enterprise managers can understand the most up-to-date enterprise status whenever they want.
Component-based drag-and-drop orchestration makes DLV easy to use.
Published for OBT
Supported right-click shortcut operations on components
Enabled batch component operations and supported the databases created on ECS
Added subcomponents and optimized components
Supported component naming/renaming, locking/unlocking, and displaying.
Put into commercial use.
Optimized component interaction.
Added seven WT components.
Creates and manages data connections and provides dynamic data required for screens.
Creates and manages screens based on different scenario templates.
Uses the canvas, visual interface editor, and screen editing area to lay out components, configure styles, and bind data sources and charts.
Allows you to preview screens and even encrypt the screens before publishing them.