There are session counts by country being questioned because we have found 90% differences between Dynatrace Session count and Adobe Visit count. For example, for a single site Dynatrace shows 38k sessions from Germany on a single day, while Adobe indicates there were 1k Visits from Germany. A 97% difference! Leaders are questioning the Dynatrace session counts.
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Dear Michael K.
can I ask you to create a support ticket for this, since to really answer that question we def. need more information!
There could be all sorts of reasons (just one of many like bots and exclusion rules set in adobe but not in DT , Synth calls, etc. ).
So a support ticket, with the DT environment and data provided from Adobe would help here!
At this stage though, I would say that such a difference is not explainable for most normal sites. But would be interested in what you discover 😉
There could be multiple reasons for differences in that number. I usually find that depending on what tools are used there are always some differences given how the technologies work.
Some things to consider:
could not have explained it better myself!
* Timeout: DT - 6 hours, Adobe - 12 hours
* Break up/ending: DT actions, Adobe: hits