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Event type - "FAILURE_RATE_INCREASED"

skanchalwar21
Inactive

Event type - "FAILURE_RATE_INCREASED" does not seem to be documented anywhere. Any idea what kind of alert it is?


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jan_palic
Guide

Hi @Sandeep K.,

every call in your platform between client and service has a general failure rate; ideally near zero.
Dynatrace will notice, if the rate is increased in comparism to the last seven days (if I am not wrong).

In this case, you will see a problem or get a notification (depends on your configuration).

Best,
Jan


Joe_Hoffman
Dynatrace Champion
Dynatrace Champion

What Jan said +1.

Another way to look at this is to go into the Transactions & Services view within Dynatrace, select the Failure Rate column, then switch to the Graph view. This will give you a historical perspective of failure rates over time with the large contributors showing up in the graph. Be sure to select a time range which covers the time when the increase was reported.