(Enterprise and Trial versions only) The Dashboard View is divided into four quadrants:
- Health Status
- Failing Watch Items
- Slow Watch Items
The Health Status displays a overall rating of the health of Watch Items for the selected filter and time frame. The overall rating is a weighted average of three factors:
- Failing - This factor represents a weighted average of Watch Item failure rates. Each Watch Type is weighted differently and can be changed through Dashboard Settings.
- Baseline - This factor represents the total number of Watch Items with failure rates higher than the selected baseline Watch Item divided by the total number of Watch Items.
- Downtime - This factor represents the total amount of cumulative downtime divided by the total amount of cumulative time each Watch Item has been in existance since being created.
Failing Watch Items
This pie chart shows Watch Items with the highest failure rate for the selected filter and time frame.
Hover the mouse over a pie slice to separate it from the entire chart.
The number of Watch Items displayed is dependant on the dashboard setting "Max to Show". For each slice of the pie chart, the number in parenthesis is the total number of failures, and the percentage of failures compared to the cumulative number of failures for the displayed failing Watch Items.
This pie chart shows the total cumulative uptime and downtime of each Watch Item has been in existance since being created, for the selected filter and time frame.
Slow watch Items
This bar chart shows the slowest Watch items for the selected filter and time frame. A Watch Item is considered to be slow when its average response time is larger than the maximum number of Response Time Maximum in ms.
The cylinders represent the average response time for each WatchItem and the blue line represents the response time maximum in ms as defined under Watch Item Properties