27 Aug 2019 12:19 AM - last edited on 18 May 2021 04:07 AM by MaciejNeumann
i am asking hereif we can meet the following requirement with DynaTrace:
More than 95% of all interactive client requests during a floating period of 5 minutes do not have a higher response time than twice the baseline of the corresponding client request.
And if yes, what would be the best solution to get this value?
Thanks in Advance.
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Well, Dynatrace automatic baselining already alerts on a deviation of the 50th and 90th percentile of all service requests and you can adapt the threshold of 50% above the historic baseline. You can find the setting in the service anomaly detection settings.
Unfortunately, the 90th percentile that we use is not configurable to your requested 95th percentile. With the upcoming new metric events and alerts screen you can also set an alert on top of the 90th percentile and configure the sliding observation window. Dynatrace also calculates a baseline and recommends a threshold that you can use to alert on top of the 95th percentile for example. That improved custom alert screen is introduced as Preview within the next days in Dynatrace SaaS.
Hello Wolfgang, thank you for the answer.