In a Real User Analyzer, a Security user can enable or disable security features for services.
To configure the following security features for services, point to Administration > Security settings and click Services.
The storage of raw site traffic data — When the data storage is enabled, the system stores data about individual hits, pages and sessions to support drilling down and export functionality in the Session Browser.
Enabling or disabling session data storage does not impact other features, such as reports, Watchpoint streaming, and bulk data export.
Disabling this feature might increase the system performance.
Disabling this feature prevents any further data from reaching the Session Browser and renders the data storage configuration irrelevant.
Automatic page reload — When automatic page reload is enabled, some pages automatically reload themselves after a predefined interval. This function is useful if you want to monitor data in near-real time without manually refreshing the page repeatedly.
The automatic page-reload function might prevent inactive user sessions from timing out.
Nonsecure data transfer — By default, URL-based data exports (whether for export APIs or for Watchpoint streaming) use a secure connection (HTTPS). When nonsecure data transfer is enabled, you can specify that the actual data delivery might use a nonsecure connection (HTTP) to achieve faster transfer rates with minimal impact on the system.
A request for nonsecure delivery is still required to perform authentication using a secure connection. The nonsecure data transfer flag is limited to allowing the actual delivery to be nonsecure.