You can't create heatmaps directly from the modelling report (because heatmaps work on 'live' performance data, they can't access the calculations used in our modeling or trending)
But you could create heatmaps and set your own custom thresholds which factor in the N+1 requirement, as I suggested before for the cpu/memory monitors.
For example - to see a red cluster if memory usage is >N+1 requirement:
Create heatmap -
- Use cluster CPU % to size the tile (there will always be some CPU usage, so the tile will always be visible)
- Then use cluster Memory % to colour the tile.
-Set your colour threshold so that tile is red if memory% is >65%. That would mean your cluster tile would be red at 65 % overall usage which is approx 500GB - in other words, as you approach your N+1 limit of 512GB.