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  • 1. Happy Clouds Purpose: A mobile app that allows users to manage and react to changes in app usage deployed in the cloud Goal: To create a minimalistic interface that prompts direct action 1Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 2. 1 2 3 41—4) On the home screen of Happy Clouds the user can add a cloud by tapping the icon of the cloud with the plus sign. The usermust enter their credentials to add the cloud to the app. If the user chooses for the app to not remember the cloud’s credentials,they will have to log-in in order to access the apps and services in this cloud. 2Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 3. 5 6 7 85) When a cloud is added successfully it is automatically displayed on the home screen of the app. A graphic of a cloudrepresents the cloud added with its given name displayed inside the graphic. Below the graphic, the numbers next to thesymbols tell the user how many apps and services are deployed from that cloud. The box symbolizes apps and the gearrepresents services. The add a cloud button remains on the screen and moves to accommodate the added cloud.5—8) Adding another cloud to Happy Clouds, this time choosing the app to remember the cloud’s credentials. 3Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 4. 9 10 11 129) The add a cloud button remains on the screen and moves to accommodate the added cloud.9—10) Logging into Cats and now choosing for the app to remember the cloud’s credentials. The user will no longer have to log-in to Cats.11) This screen displays all of the apps and services deployed in Cats. The symbols denote if it is an app or a service, and itsrespective name is displayed under the graphic.12) Choosing to view the app Cute Attack. 4Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 5. 13 14 1513) This is the dashboard for Cute Attack. It is separated into 5 main categories: memory, CPU, instances, clone, and alerts. Ineach of the categories, information is displayed. In memory, “set at” refers to the current memory capacity the app is allotted.“high” and “low” refer to the push notifications set by the user. When the app reaches 128MB or 64MB the user will be notified.Similarly, under CPU, “current” shows the user the current CPU, and “high” and “low” refer to the push notifications set by theuser. In instances, “set at” shows the user the amount of instances the app is allotted. The clone button at the bottom of thescreen allows the user to clone the app to a cloud already added to Happy Clouds. The alerts button next to the clone button willprovide notifications when push notification criteria is met.13—15) Instead of using the back button to get to the home screen of Cats, the user can simply scroll right or left to seeall the app and services Dashboards. 5Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 6. 16 17 1816) This is the dashboard of a service. It tells the user what type of database it is and allows the user to unbind the service.16—17) When the unbind button is tapped, a pop up alert box certifies the action by clearly stating what the user is doing. Theoption “yes, unbind” reminds the user the action they are about to complete. Re-adding the service can not be done on HappyClouds.18) Purr is removed from the Cats dashboard. Also, in the top right hand corner the number of services decreases. 6Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 7. 19 20 21 2219—22) The user can change the memory capacity at any time by tapping the “set at” field. The user can change the memorycapacity to any of the standard prescribed options (64MB, 128MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB) by using an iPhone picker interface. Afterclicking save, the memory capacity information is automatically updated on the app’s dashboard. 7Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 8. 23 24 25 2623—26) The user can set push notifications on memory capacity to be notified if the app’s memory capacity is pushed higher orlower than desired. To set the notifications, the user taps either the “high” or “low” field. Both actions take you to the samescreen, since seeing the information side by side allows the user to make quick changes on both settings. There is an “off” optionon the interface for users who want to turn the notifications off. By tapping save, the information is automatically updated andsaved to the dashboard. 8Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 9. 27 28 29 3027—30) Similarly to the memory push notifications, the user can set parameters to be notified when certain CPU rates are met.By tapping save, the information is updated and shown on the app’s dashboard. 9Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 10. 31 32 33 3431—34) The user can increase or decrease the amount of instances on an app by tapping the “set at” field under Instances, andscrolling up or down on the interface the appropriate amount of instances. The interface allows up to 20 instances per app. Bysaving the information, the app and dashboard are updated. Of course, the user can tap “back” in the upper left hand corner tocancel the action, and no information will be altered. 10Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 11. 35 36 37 3835—38) A user can clone an app to another cloud already added to Happy Clouds by tapping “clone.” The user is then promptedto indicate what cloud the app will be cloned to. By tapping done, once the action is completed an alert notification pop upsaying that the app has been cloned to the designated cloud as the predetermined default name—the app name plus a number,in this case Cute Attack 2. When the user taps OK, they will be brought to the cloned app’s cloud dashboard. From there, the appcan be accessed as any other app. 11Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 12. 39 40 41 4239) When a notification parameter has been reached, the app has heavy throughput, or has high latency, the user will be notifiedthrough notifications on the user’s cell phone interface (not shown) and on the app’s dashboard.39—42) The user taps the alerts button to view the notifications. The next screen shows the list of notifications. The user can hitOK and the alert notification would still be shown on the app’s dashboard, or the user can fix it by tapping the notification.Then, the user will be prompted to fix it through standard prescribed means. In this case, increasing the number of instancescould handle a great CPU rate. The user can decide to ignore the alert by clicking cancel (and the alert will still show on the app’sdashboard unless the CPU parameters change) or the user can tap next. When the user taps next, they will be brought to theinterface to follow through with fixing the problem. In this case, the user is brought to the interface to change the number ofinstances. 12Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 13. 43 44 45 4645) Fixing a heavy RAM load scenario through either increasing instances or increasing memory capacity and choosing memorycapacity. 13Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 14. 47 48 49 5049) Fixing heavy throughput by cloning the app to a different cloud, and then proceeding to be facilitated to take those steps. 14Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 15. 48 49 50 5150) Fixing high latency with cloning the app to a different cloud. 15Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 16. 52 53 54 5452) If an app is dead, the app’s symbol will change from a box to a skull and cross bones to signify to the user that the app isdead.53—54) When the user views the app’s dashboard, all actions will be inaccessible. The user will only be able to tap the alertsbutton. The alerts notification page notifies the user the app is dead. The user will have to fix the problem on a non-mobiledevice. The alert notification will still appear on the dashboard until the problem is fixed. 16Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian
  • 17. 55 56 57 5855—58) To delete a cloud from Happy Clouds, the user taps the trashcan symbol in the top right hand corner on the homescreen. The clouds will become highlighted with an “X” to the upper right of the cloud. The user taps the “X” to delete that cloudand is prompted to confirm the action, in which the user can confirm by tapping “delete” or canceling the action. After the cloudis deleted, the home screen updates the interface. 17Happy Clouds v2 | a mobile app for Cloud Foundry TM || Kristen Mozian