Data retention for RUM data.

Data retention in Real User Monitoring (RUM).

The following table explains the data retention period of real user monitoring data that are being stored by Site24x7. 

Data type
Retention period
JS errors
One week
Filterable performance and user sessions
One month
Performance metrics like average response time, throughput, apdex score, and user sessions for geographies, devices, and browsers.
Three  months
Metrics on webpage performance
Three  months
Resource type, and time consumed by individual resources
Three  months
Three  months
Overall application response time, throughput, apdex score and user sessions
5 years - can be viewed under Reports tab.

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