In the CSS console, you can manage domains and streams, configure transcoding, recording, and acceleration, as well as push streams (web) and monitor resources.
Click Overview on the left sidebar to view data including the current downstream bandwidth, today’s downstream bandwidth, the current number of push channels, the number of concurrent connections, as well as bandwidth usage, traffic usage, and push channels trends in the last 30 days. You can change the granularity of the data. On the same page, you can also change the billing mode or click Beginner's Guide in the top-right corner to read instructions to get started with CSS.
This section displays the downstream peak bandwidth, downstream traffic usage, the current number of push channels, and the number of concurrent connections of the day.
|Current Downstream Bandwidth||The peak bandwidth consumed for acceleration by all playback domains.|
|Today's Downstream Traffic||The total traffic consumed for acceleration by all playback domains on the current day.|
|Current Push Channels||The number of current push channels.|
This section displays usage trends (Bandwidth Trend, Traffic Trend, and Push Channels) for today, yesterday, the last 7 days, and the last 30 days.
|Bandwidth Trend||The sum of the peak bandwidth consumed for acceleration by all playback domains in the query period.|
|Traffic Trend||The total traffic consumed for acceleration by all playback domains in the query period.|
|Push Channels||The number of push channels under the selected domains in the query period.|
You can click the drop-down list box next to Granularity to change the granularity of the usage trend data.
For more information, see Pricing Overview.
Click Start Now in the Get Started with LEB area to read the instructions to quickly get started with LEB.