Custom Dashboard Performance and Current Status widgets — Monitors and their supported child entities
Your Custom Dashboard's Performance and Current Status widgets support the following set of child entities for the below set of monitor types.
Current Status Widget
Web Transaction (Browser)
Network, Processes, Disks, CPU Cores
Microsoft IIS Server
Application Pools, Applications
Microsoft Hyper-V Server
VM Details, Virtual Network Adapters, Virtual Switches, Legacy Network Adapters, Virtual Storage Devices, Virtual IDE Controllers
Microsoft SharePoint Server
Microsoft SQL Server
Backup Devices, Databases, Publications
Microsoft Failover Cluster
Nodes, Resource Types, Disks
Application Load Balancer
Network Load Balancer
Elastic Beanstalk Environment
Kinesis Analytics Application
Data Stream Destination
API Gateway Resource
Services, Container Instances
VMware ESX/ESXi Server
Networks, Disks, CPU Cores
Guest Disks, Disks, Networks
Performance Counters, Interfaces
Network, Processes, Disks, CPU Core
Different cases considered for domain scoring and severity benchmarking in Anomaly Dashboard.
The following methodologies (in the same order specified below) are usually considered for the final score determination: 1. Another attribute of the same monitor detected as anomalous It facilitates the increase of the overall anomaly score if an ...
Publish service status via custom domain
Status page lets you share the current status of your services with your customers and end users. To publish public service status via custom domain, please perform the following steps: Create a new domain using which you can publish your service ...
Retention of performance data across Site24x7 monitors
The performance data from the different monitors are stored for the following time period: RAW data for every poll (based on your configured check frequency) will be stored for the last one month. However, for Custom time period the hourly data will ...
Limitations of custom instrumentation in .NET agent
While most of the functions can be instrumented using custom instrumentation, the following kinds of methods will be ignored for profiling: 1. Constructors 2. Object finalizers and Disposer methods 3. Lambda functions 4. Property getter / setter
Troubleshooting steps if some widgets do not show data
Troubleshooting steps if some widgets do not show data In the Network > Device Performance tab or Server-Agentless > Summary tabs, if you're unable to view values for CPU Utilization, Memory Utilization, or Hardware Details and are instead receiving ...