I noticed that when a problem is opened in dynatrace it will show as it was open before and it is very confusing.
I think that the cause of it is that dynatrace is using the problem start timestamp of the “Trigger event start analysis timestamp” while it should get the “Problem start timestamp” which is the “Trigger event end analysis timestamp”.
you can take a look here:
it is from this documantaion about problems life cycle - https://docs.dynatrace.com/docs/platform/davis-ai/problem-and-root-cause/problem-lifecycle
if this is indeed the case than I think it should be changed .
the problem start time should be the "Problem start timestamp" and not the event start time.
what do you think?
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I think this diagram is a little bit misleading. Dynatrace will create a problem at the problem analysis end timestamp, but with the problem start time then the initial event was received. Typically root cause analysis is 3 minutes, so if your event is received at 8:02, a problem will be created around 8:05 with the timestamp 8:02. This is mostly due to the root cause analysis trying to find other events being part of the same problem.
I found problems where it is taking more than 3 minutes analysis but either way I don't think that using the event time is the right thing.
Think of a NOC engineer which is being measured by his response time and he is getting the problems with the event start time so he is "late" with his response time.
It should be at least part of the problems attributes in a way we can choose what should be displayed.
It is misleading the way it is working now.