12 Dec 2018 06:31 AM - last edited on 30 Sep 2022 04:14 AM by MaciejNeumann
We can see the individual page object response times for a particular user session / page hit, but I am unable to find out how to convert that into an overall trendline (i.e. - what's the average / min / max response time, CPU, etc utilization of homepage component "identifyuser.jsp" over a 7 / 14 / 30 day timeframe)?
Is this possible via Dynatrace RUM?
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I think, that you can't do such a detailed report in Dynatrace. However, in our clients we used build-in integration with elastic search to build complex reports. The integration is fabulously simple and you have full control over the data.
Relatively new to Dynatrace (coming from a background with a competing RUM service), can you point me to a link with an example of what you are describing please?
I guess this is what Radek is referring to: https://www.dynatrace.com/support/help/shortlink/session-export-http#send-data-directly-to-elasticsearch
Correct me if I'm wrong 🙂
As @Radosław J. said, exporting data to elasticsearch is one of the options. The second is using dynatrace API for adwanced user session queries:
Elasticsearch approach is better for long therm analysis because you can control data retention by yourself. If you want to create reports for larger time period than couple of days/weeks, exporting whole data to ELK will be domething for you. There you can script data hendling and present it in kibana according to your needs 🙂
Thanks for the link! Will pursue both options with the team and see where we end up, appreciate it!