Business Graphs

You can create a diagram of your architecture, can be one or more systems/application. To create a diagram, Maestro uses the dependency field, the fast way to set connections between applications it using the dependency tree feature.

Go to Analytics > business Graph > New Graph

Maestro Server - Create dependency graph

The first modal shows three options, you can start using a client, a system or an application.

Maestro Server - Graph modal
by System It uses all entry applications set on those systems.
by Client It uses all systems set on those clients.
by App A entry given application

Entries applications

Entry applications are the diagram root branch, normally represents the first application hit by users, common categories are cdns, proxies, loadbalances and/or webservices.

Using the dependency tree wizard.

Maestro Server - Entry apps

In this example, app4 is the entry application.


You can choose with applications can be used as an entry point on each system. (On entry app tab).

Creating a new diagram, selecting an entry application.

Maestro Server - Analytics by apps

You can analyses density, total connections, histograms, accountant clients, systems and applications linked on that architecture.

  • Density - The density for undirected graphs is [d = frac{m}{n(n-1)},] where (n) is the number of nodes and (m) is the number of edges in (G).

The density is 0 for a graph without any edges and 1 for a complete balance diagram. The density of multigraphs can be higher than 1.

More detail - NetworkX Graph - Density.

  • Histogram - Total by deep dependency.
Maestro Server - Single page analytics

You can expand the diagram.

You can export the diagram in SVG, png or share that graph. Also, you can mouse over on lines to see each type of connection between each application.

Maestro Server - Expanded graphs

On a shared page, you can click on “see a public link”, it will generate a shared link to embed on external tools, such as Confluence.

Maestro Server - Setup public view