When I was asked to give the number of requests in an app pool with requests to port 80 & 443, I thought it would be a breeze...
I haven't managed to find a way how to count this at the service level, not even with Request Attributes? Anyone got an idea?
That should be feasible with Multidimensional analysis. Go to Diagnostic Tools on the side menu, then Create analysis view, and use "Service:Port" as the dimension to split by, Request count as the metric, and add filters to the request filter field until you see the service that you want. From there, you can create a custom metric if you want to display that on a dashboard, for instance. You can also save that view for future reference or to share it with other people with access to the environment.
BTW, the idea behind this question is trying to figure out how many users are still accessing HTTP port 80. Of course there are lots of security concerns using port 80, and I'm trying to demonstrate that the number of requests should be very low... But I can't get it. I was expecting that something so simple wouldn't require an RFE...
Hi @AntonioSousa any chance there is use of Schema or Accept-Schema http headers in this service that you can set RA on? Anyway for getting the answer to your question IMO you can ask the FW guys to split the requests by protocol and send http requests to url:80 and the https requests to url:433 so you will get 2 separated services in dynatrace.