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Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management
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Cloud Pak for Watson AIOps - incl Netcool Operations Management portfolio
Edge Application Manager
IBM Observability with Instana
ITM-APM Products - incl IBM Tivoli Monitoring v6 and Application Performance Monitoring v8
Workload Automation - incl Workload Scheduler
Tivoli System Automation - inc Tivoli System Automation Application Manager (SA AM), Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms (SA MP)
I wanted to submit an idea for a feature as i came across different usecases that could be fulfilled with instana's data.
The idea would be to be able to calculate a percentage between two filters and be able to : - display it on a dashboard (as big numbers as well as time series charts ) - configure alerts based on this metric
For instance here are some usecases that could be useful : Applications : - % of Status 4XX to monitor functional errors - conversion rates between two endpoints - % of apparition of a specific log message
Website/Mobile App Monitoring : - conversion rates between two pages or views. The applications could be endless using the filters (for example analysing the impact of effectiveConnectionType on conversions between cart and finalizations)
- % of Sessions per users : that could be useful to detect abnormal loss of sessions that could explain mobile app crashes, infrastructure problems ...
- % of a specific CustomEvent per views or sessions. For example we log front-end app errors like parsing errors on customEvents on our native mobile apps but we can't have an error rate based on these errors as there is no Http requests
- % of a JSerror
There may be more usecases but anyway if this kind of functionality is possible it could bring a lot of flexibility to analyze problems in production.
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