A Watchpoint is a configurable subset of web traffic, such as traffic associated with an application or traffic coming from a certain geographic area.
Use Watchpoints to filter web traffic for the monitoring purposes. For example, you can set up the performance dashlets to show traffic from a certain Watchpoint.
By default, the system includes a number of typical filters that you can select to create Watchpoints, for example:
You can build sophisticated filter queries using Expression Builder.based on these default filters, but also you can
You can monitor the Watchpoints on the Watchpoint Summary page of a Real User Analyzer.
To perform this procedure, you must have Operator-level access, or higher.
Defining a Watchpoint typically involves:
Choose the Watchpoint type that satisfies your requirements.
Each Real User Analyzer instance can bring up to 120 Watchpoints to the system. If you need more than 120 Watchpoints, or if you want to balance the processing load, you can deploy additional Analyzer instances.
To monitor the Watchpoint for performance, availability, and volume incidents, create incident-detection rules.