Every Tuesday - Friday, a batch process triggers around 5:30am and runs for roughly 30 minutes. This generates a large throughput and response times increase during the run.
Comparing today to every other day, it looks about the same:
Every morning between 5:35 - 6:00 Dynatrace generates the same response time degradation problem. I chatted with Dynatrace support, and they said that it's because the response time varies from problem to problem. One day might be 1.2s, another day might be 5s.
A maintenance window was suggested, but we want to be alerted if there are any failure rate increases or major response time differences during this time.
This seems like a perfect use case for the Dynatrace AI to automatically handle the alert. At least detect it as a "Frequent Issue", right?
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