Dashboard- the main screen with a general summary and the configuration wizard
Nodes- node management and node configurations
Instances- list of currently known virtual machines and access to the details page of each object
Infrastructure- access configuration for hypervisors and hypervisor managers, basic info about the inventoried environment, such as clusters and storage
Backup SLAs- allows you to setup a correlation between virtual machines, the backup destination and schedules (Policies tab). It also allows you to configure policy schedules (schedules tab).
Snapshot SLAs- allows you to setup a correlation between virtual machines, snapshot retention and schedules (Policies tab). It also allows you to configure policy schedules (schedules tab).
Recovery Plans- allows you to setup a number of rules to restore your virtual machines into a hypervisor or filesystem to test your backups (Policies tab). It also allows you to configure policy schedules (schedules tab).
Mounted Backups- browse and download files from mounted backups
Instances- Create Application definition (at least its name and Command Execution Configuration and select node which is going to do the work)
Execution Configurations- Prepare script or commands (this is a description of how your script is going to be invoked)
Backup SLAs- allow you to setup a correlation between applications, backup destinations and schedules. It also allows you to configure policy schedules (schedules tab).
Virtual environments- back up and restore statistics for virtual environments
Applications- backup and restore statistics for defined applications
Audit Log- watch what actions have taken place in the application
Backup Destinations- create and manage backup destinations (including backup retention)
File system- You can use Regular filesystem, remote (NFS, SMB, etc.) or attach a block device and enable Virtual Data Optimizer (VDO).
Object storage- on-premise or cloud-based vendors of object-oriented storage, allowing for safe storage of backups (AWS, Azure, GCS, Ceph, Scality etc.)
Enterprise- configure integration with enterprise backup providers as your backup destination (Dell EMC, IBM, Veritas)
Users- create and manage your accounts (Language, time zones etc.)
Settings- From here, you can manage global settings, licenses, email, authentication and internal DB backup.