You can utilize the Custom Charts and add the metric/s you'd be interested in. Once added to the current or new dashboard, you can edit the tile to show specific time frame or the way the data looks (timeseries, pie...etc.).
Once added to the current or new dashboard, you can edit the tile to show specific time frame or the way the data looks.
Here is an example for all "busy" services compared to one service, showing hour per day, week and month peaks.
You can find more information on creating custom dashboards here https://www.dynatrace.com/support/help/shortlink/charts-create or by visiting the Dynatrace University https://university.dynatrace.com/ondemand/course/21819.
I am using dashboards showing response times and error rates for peak hours (9:00-12:00) in every day of pevious week. The timeframe definition look then this way :
- 8 days back -> "-8d/d+9h to -8d/d+12h"
- 7 days back -> "-7d/d+9h to -7d/d+12h" etc...
Main use case is then - users are subscribing for this dashboard weekly.
See timeselector help