The following are different solutions (but not limited) to provide visibility into Prisma Access deployment.
Bandwidth Utilization on Service Connection and Remote Networks: Navigate to Panorama > Cloud Services > Status > Monitor > Service Connection/Remote Networks. The click on Region of interest. This will show a pop-up window with Status of the regions. Click on Statistics on bottom to see bandwdith utilization
Viewing User Count from the Panorama Web Interface for different locations and deployments
Using CLI commands on Panorama:
request plugins 'cloud_services gpcs remote-active-users-count'
request plugins 'cloud_services gpcs remote-90days-users-count'
debug plugins 'cloud_services gpcs query action <action_type>'
XML API for remote-active-user-count: https://<panorama-ip-address>/api/?type=op&cmd=<request><plugins><cloud_services><prisma-access><remote-active-users-count></remote-active-users-count></prisma-access></cloud_services></plugins></request>&key=<Panorama's -API-Key>
XML API for remote-90days-users-count: https://<panorama-ip-address>/api/?type=op&cmd=<request><plugins><cloud_services><prisma-access><remote-90days-users-count></remote-90days-users-count></prisma-access></cloud_services></plugins></request>&key=<Panorama's -API-Key>
Cortex XDR Integration. Example playbook
SLR Report and ACC tab on Panorama for security insight into the deployment
Email Forwarding of critical logs. For example, to slack channel for operation teams
Log forwarding to syslog server to graph/dashboard different statistics but not limited to
User distribution across gateways
Configure Netflow on your on-prem devices against tunnels created for Service Connections or Remote Networks to view bandwidth utilization