Transaction Performance Report

The Transaction Performance report shows monitoring check result (OK or NOK) over the time intervals for each of the transaction monitors included in the report (listed on the left pane on the chart). NOK results are shown in red, and OK results are shown in green.

To access the Transaction Performance report, in your Monitis dashboard go to Reports -> Management Reports -> Transaction Performance.

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The Transaction Performance report module will be added in your Monitis dashboard.

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The report shows results for the last 24 hours aggregated over one-hour intervals.

You can filter data by an individual monitoring location, or run it for all locations as shown in the screenshot.

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Clicking the tooltip on a red rectangle will open the monitor details view.

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For individual location

If an individual location is selected than the location’s uptime for a monitor in each of the one-hour intervals is calculated as:

% of OK results out of all monitoring checks completed by the location within the one-hour reporting interval.

E.g. if Monitor A is set to run checks at 5-min frequency from the US-EAST location, the location will run 60/5=12 checks during the one-hour interval. If, for example, 9 out of 12 checks return OK result, the uptime will be equal to: 9/12*100% = 75%

If the location’s uptime for the monitor is less than 90%, the summary result for that one-hour interval is assigned NOK status and shown in red on the chart.

Otherwise it is assigned OK status and shown in green.

For all locations

If “All locations” is selected the location’s uptime for a monitor for each of the one-hour intervals is calculated as follows.

  1. For each monitoring check run by the monitor, if there is at least one OK result returned by any location, then the “All Locations” uptime result for that check is assigned OK status. Otherwise, if all locations return NOK for that check, it is assigned NOK status.

For example, let’s suppose 2 locations are used by Monitor B: US-West and US-East, and the monitor is set to run checks at 5 min frequency. If for some check US-West reports NOK, but US-EAST reports OK, than the “All Locations” uptime result is assigned OK for that check. If both locations return NOK, then the “All Locations” result is NOK.

  1. For every one-hour interval uptime result is then calculated as % of the checks that have returned OK as “All Locations” result (per the above rule) within one hour.
    If uptime for a one-hour interval is less than 90%, the check result for that interval is assigned NOK and shown in red on the chart.
    Otherwise it is assigned OK status and shown in green.

For example, let’s suppose 2 locations are used by Monitor C: US-West and US-East, and the monitor is set to run checks at 5 min frequency. The “All locations” check result will be determined every 5 min within the one-hour interval (60/5 = 12 five-min intervals in total).

If e.g. 10 out of 12 five-min intervals have returned OK as the “All locations” check result (there was at least one OK received from either of the 2 locations), then the “All locations” uptime for Monitor B for that one-hour interval in the Transaction Performance report will be: 10/12*100% = 83%. As the result is less than 90%, uptime for this interval is assigned NOK and the interval is shown in red on the chart.

See Uptime Calculation in Reports for more detailed explanations on uptime calculation for individual location and across all locations.