response time analysis

Custom anomaly detection for key requests

A key feature of Dynatrace is its ability to continuously monitor every aspect of your applications, services, and infrastructure and to automatically learn the baseline performance metrics related to these components. Dynatrace also automatically learns the baseline response times and failure rates of all requests that are vital to the success of your business. Now, for the first time, you can adjust anomaly detection settings for individual web requests. By understanding the… read more

Root-cause analysis of ‘Suspension’ impacts

If you’ve used Ruxit to analyze the response times of web requests in your environment you may have noticed that some services list a hotspot called Suspension. Suspension time represents the amount of time that requests are suspended by the JVM, CLR, or V8 JavaScript engine during garbage collection activities. Ruxit tracks this and tells you how big an impact suspension has on your requests. To view the impact, click Suspension (see… read more

Service flow visualizes service requests end-to-end

If you’ve ever wondered what your services are calling, you’ll love our new Service flow feature. Ruxit understands your applications’ transactions from end-to-end. We use these transactional insights to construct smartscape topological views of all your services, including your infrastructure. As smartscape is a topological model however, it necessarily lacks detail about individual requests and response-time contributions. Service flow isn’t a topological overview. Service flow shows the actual execution of each… read more

New response time analysis views!

We’ve done a major revamp of our response time analysis view to make them more efficient and visually appealing. To access response time analysis: Click the Services tile on your Ruxit homepage. Select a service to analyze. Click the View response time hotspots button at the bottom of the page. You can also access the new response time analysis from any Web request details page: The response time analysis page… read more