Global Benchmark reporting with multiple monitor types in monitor groups
Global Benchmark Report lets you quickly analyze and benchmark availability and response time trends of Websites, REST API endpoints, and REST API Transaction monitors for a selected time period. You can use this report to measure your various endpoints' availability or response time trends with metric aggregation of average or 95th percentile data and share it with your colleagues for your various business needs. Here are a few unique cases that are devised for proper benchmarking:
- The average value from all the monitor types in the group, (i.e., all the three monitor types: Website, REST API, and REST API Transaction monitors) are used individually for calculating the metric aggregate values. Site24x7 does not split the averages from different monitor types and show in the GUI.
Say you've 10 monitors in a Monitor Group, Zylker during the last month. Out of these 10 monitors, five monitors were REST API monitors and the remaining five were Website monitors. Prior to report generation, you've removed all your REST API monitors from the Monitor Group. Hence, you only have five website monitors in the group now. If you try to generate a report for the past one month, the reporting engine will take into account the average values from all 10 monitors that were previously part of the monitor group.
How are the average values calculated in Global Benchmark Report and Monitor Group Performance Report?
Response time data in a Monitor Group Performance report and Monitor Group Global Benchmark Report is calculated using different logic. As a result, you may notice a slight deviation in the average values deciphered from these reports. Monitor Group ...
What are the major differences between Monitor Groups and Tags
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To monitor specific resource types of Kubernetes like Pods, Containers, and Deployments: Log in to your Site24x7 account. Go to Admin > Inventory > Configuration Rules. Click Add Rule. Enter a proper Display Name and Description. Define the Criteria ...
Device types supported for Network Monitoring
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How will the newly added resource groups/service types, created in the Azure portal, be added for monitoring in the Site24x7 web client?
By default, the newly added service types/resource groups will be not added for monitoring. However, they will be listed in the Edit Azure Monitor page. To add them for monitoring, please follow the steps below: Log in to Site24x7 and go to Azure > ...