An application specialist can manually create applications through the TrueSight console, or use the automatically generated applications through TrueSight App Visibility Manager. The application specialist can configure applications of any kind (automatically discovered or manually created) to provide synthetic transaction data.
From the Applications page (Monitoring > Applications) in the TrueSight console, you can see a high-level, real-time view of all your applications. You can weigh applications by importance (high, medium, low) or view them by the severity of the application events (critical, major, minor, warning, info, OK).
Example of the Applications page, sorted by importance
You can also set up dashlets to more closely monitor the synthetic transactions of specific applications. From the dashlet library, select one or more of the following dashlets:
Select an application to delve into information and events that are all in the context of that application.
The Application View acquires data from App Visibility Manager to present a holistic end-to-end view of an application. The Application View represents the selected application's logical architecture. With the Application View, you can pinpoint the application, date, time, and problem that you want to investigate.
The Synthetic Tier represents the aggregated performance of the application's synthetic executions. Click the Synthetic Tier icon to see a grouping of the Execution Plans by status.
You can then select one or more of these groupings to see a list of the Execution Plans run on these applications.
From the action menu of an Execution Plan in the Application View select Show Locations to see details for the l .
From the action menu of a location select Show Executions to see details for the executions of this Execution Plan in the selected location.
From the Executions view you can drill down further to see details for a specific execution by viewing the results of timers, or downloading execution logs.