Email Reports

To configure email reports, in your Monitis dashboard go to Reports -> Email Reports.Email_Reports_

You can choose between:

  • Periodic – configuring periodic email reports
  • Ad-hoc – configuring and running emails on ad-hoc basis

    Periodic Reports

    To configure periodic email reports, go to Reports -> Email Reports -> Periodic.
    Email_Reports_Periodic_The Periodic Email Reports window will open. Click the New Report button to configure new report.The Email Report Configuration Wizard Step 1 of 4 window will open.
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    Under Report Name, enter a name for your report.
    Under Periodicity, select “Daily”, “Weekly” or “Monthly” as a period for receiving email reports.
    Under Format, select the file format for your report.
    Click Next.
    The Email Report Configuration Wizard Step 2 of 4 window will open.
    New_Email_Report._Step_2_of__4_Leave checked the Automatically add new monitors to report box if you want new monitors to be automatically included in your email report.Check the Deliver reports for different monitor types separately box if you want to receive reports for different monitor types in separate emails.
    Under Uptime, Server/Device, Transaction, Full Page Load and Application tabs select the monitors that you want to be included in the report. Click the arrow icon next to the Monitor Name heading to sort ascending or descending the monitors in each group.Under Uptime, Server/Device, Transaction and Full Page Load tabs select the monitors that you want to be included in the report.

    Click the arrow icon next to the Monitor Name heading to sort ascending or descending the monitors in each group.In any of the tabs, check the box next to the Monitor Name heading if you want to select all monitors for including in the email report.

    Click Next when finished. The Email Report Configuration Wizard Step 3 of 4 window will open.Periodic_Report_Step_3_
    To add an uptime chart for a monitor to the email report, double-click the cell under “Chart” for that monitor, and select the chart type (Line, Bar or Scatter).

    Note: uptime chart is not available in the following cases:
    • If you have selected “Daily” as email report periodicity in Step 1 of the wizard, OR
    • If you have selected “CSV” as email format in Step 1 of the wizard.

Click Next when finished. The Email Report Configuration Wizard Step 4 of 4 window will open.
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Select contacts to receive this email report and click Finish.

Your newly created Periodic Email Report will appear in the list.

Periodic_E-mail_Reports_You can run any of your periodic email reports for a custom date period by clicking the Send Report button under the Actions heading.

The Send Monthly Report window will open. Select the custom date period and click Send Report. The report will be sent to you immediately.

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Note that this action will not affect your email report running periodically.

To edit a report, click the Edit button under the Actions column. You will be taken through the same Email Report Configuration Wizard, where you can edit your report settings in any of the steps.

To delete a report, click the Delete button under the Actions column.

To activate or suspend your report, click the Activate/Suspend button under the Actions column.

 

Viewing Periodic Email Reports

Below you can see a sample extract from a daily email report. The extract shows data for uptime monitors: name, type and group for the monitor, and the metrics: uptime (%), average response time (m/sec) and the number of failures.Periodic_Report

Note: for monitors that support data aggregation methods change by the user (currently Application Monitors) data in the email report is aggregated using the aggregation methods set by the user for the metrics in monitor’s settings (see Data Aggregation in Monitors).
Note: the following are items listed per monitor type that will be included currenly in the email report for Application monitors in addition to “Monitor Name”, “Uptime (%)” and “Failure Count” items.
  • Disk I/O
    • Reads/sec
    • Writes/sec
    • Queue length
  • Tomcat
    • Bytes Sent
    • Bytes Received
    • Average Response Time
  • Log
    • Match Count
    • Processed Lines
  • Oracle
    • Execution time
  • JAVA/JMX
    • cacheTTL
    • startTime
  • MySQL
    • Connections Usage
    • Threads Connected
    • Slow Queries
  • NodeJS
    • Server Activity
    • Requests/sec
    • Success Rate
  • Email Round-Trip
    • Round-Trip Duration
  • Bandwidth
    • Input Traffic
    • Output Traffic
    • Received Errors


Ad Hoc Reports

To configure ad hoc email reports, go to Reports -> Email Reports -> Ad-hoc.

The Ad hoc Email Reports window will open.
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Click the New Report button to create new report.

The Email Report Configuration Wizard Step 1 of 4 window will open.
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Under Report Name, enter a name for your report.

Select the date interval to receive the email report for.
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Under Format, select the file format for your report.

Click Next. The Email Report Configuration Wizard Step 2 of 4 window will open.
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Leave unchecked the Automatically add new monitors to report box if you want new monitors to be automatically included in your email report.

Check the Deliver reports for different monitor types separately box if you want to receive reports for different monitor types in separate emails.

Under Uptime, Server/Device, Transaction, Full Page Load and Application tabs select the monitors that you want to be included in the report. Click the arrow icon next to the Monitor Name heading to sort ascending or descending the monitors in each group.

Under any of the tabs, check the box next to the Monitor Name heading if you want to select all monitors for including in the email report.

Click Next when finished. The Email Report Configuration Wizard Step 3 of 4 window will open.
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To add an uptime chart for a monitor to the email report, double-click the cell under Chart for that monitor, and select the chart type (Line, Bar or Scatter).

Note: uptime chart is not available in the following case:

  • If you have selected “CSV” as email format in Step 1 of the wizard.

Click Next when finished. The Email Report Configuration Wizard Step 4 of 4 window will open.
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Select contacts to receive this email report and click Send.

The report will be sent immediately to your selected contacts, and will appear in the list of ad hoc email reports.

 

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