Global Application Delivery dashlet


Note

BMC Real End User Experience Monitoring Software Edition version 11.0.00.002 is the latest version of the component and is compatible with TrueSight Operations Management versions 11.3.01 and later.


When you create or modify a dashboard, select and configure the Global Application Delivery dashlet. 

Use the Global Application Delivery dashlet to show data from a Real User Analyzer to help identify problems in traffic volume and performance that end users are experiencing in various geographic locations. For example where the highest traffic comes from or which area has the biggest performance issues. The following topics describe how to configure and use this dashlet:

Understanding the dashlet data

The Global Application Delivery dashlet enables you to compare the performance and end-user experience of your web application by geographic location.

The Global Application Delivery dashlet is based on geographic performance-compliance levels (Geo PCLs) that you configure and enable in the Real User Analyzer. Geo PCLs characterize the end-user experience of server or application performance in a given region as SatisfiedTolerating, or Frustrated. A Geo PCL measures how well a server or an application instance is functioning, by using the E2E Latency or the Page-Render Time metrics. For definitions of these metrics, see End-user experience metrics.

The dashlet shows the all applications that match the criteria set in the selected Geo PCL.

Global Application Delivery dashlet

You can examine data in the dashlet by performing the following tasks:

Sort the grid

Sort by any column in the grid by clicking on the header.

Historic / Live data

To highlight historic data for the application or trends over time, you can display historic data or a live status ticker.

  • Live — Displays the current status of the application according to the definition of the Geo PCL.
  • Last 30 days or Last 72 hours — Displays the data for the selected time period. You can use the time slider to show data for a specific point in time.
    • Last 30 days — Data is shown in one-hour increments.
    • Last 72 hours — Data is shown in 5-minute increments.

Dashlet requirements

The Global Application Delivery dashlet requires a Geo PCL. 

Geo PCL definition is a distinct entity that you configure to monitor end-user experience of your web application for a specific Watchpoint in the geographic zones that interest you. You can configure a Geo PCL definition for each web application that you want to monitor. The Geo PCL definition determines which areas are shown by the dashlet.

Configuring the dashlet

You can configure this dashlet when you add or edit a dashboard .

  1. Click Add Dashlet and select the  Global Application Delivery  dashlet.
  2. Click the Configure Dashlet  icon.

  3. The following configurations are available: 

    FieldDescription
    Title(optional) Enter a descriptive Title for the dashlet.
    Real User Analyzer

    Select a Real User Analyzer that monitors the application for which you want to display information. 
    If you don't see the Analyzer you need, add it in Component Management. See Adding and editing components for more details.

    Geo PCL Definition

    Select a Geo PCL. The Basic Coverage Geo PCL is delivered with the software.

    Define any other Geo PCLs that you need on your Real User Analyzer. See Defining Geo PCLs to measure user experience by location on the Analyzer for more details.

    Aggregate performance data by calculating Select the statistical grouping you want to display on the dashlet.
    HeightSelect the height of the dashlet row within the dashboard. Possible values are:  3X , 4X or 5X
    The value of X is approximately 100 pixels. The default height is 4X.
  4. Click Apply.

Related topics

Getting started with dashboards

Dashlets to measure real end user experience monitoring (Analyzer)

Monitoring application performance from TrueSight console dashboards

Dashlet library

Was this page helpful? Yes No Submitting... Thank you

Comments