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AlertSite UXM Dashboard provides an easy way to compare monitor availability and performance over time. You can also view the status of individual monitors by locations and by steps. This way, you can quickly visualize the patterns and trends in your monitoring results:
AlertSite shows compared monitors in a table that you can sort by the response time or other columns. You can expand monitor locations and steps to compare their individual performance. The date range selector lets you switch between the data for the last 24 hours, 7 days, and 30 days. The view automatically refreshes for the latest status updates.
Monitor data is displayed in a table with these columns:
|Monitor Name||The monitor name as specified in the monitor configuration.|
|Performance||The response time over time of a monitor, its steps, or monitor runs from a specific location.|
|Availability||Percentage of successful checks (status 0) of a monitor, its steps, or monitor runs from a specific location. Hover over the chart to see the number of checks performed during each time interval.|
|Status||Last status (success or error) reported for a monitor, step, or location.|
|Type||The monitor type: Web, API, or Mobile.|
|Last Response Time||Last response time reported by the monitor, step, or location.|
|Last Run Time||The date and time the monitor was last run, overall or from a specific location.|
– Expand monitor locations.
– Expand steps of a real-browser (DéjàClick), SoapUI API ,or Perfecto monitor.Note: Locations and steps can be expanded only if the monitor has data for the selected time frame. Expanded locations include only those locations where the monitor actually ran during this time frame.
Click + Modify Monitors in the top left, then select the check boxes next to the monitors you want to add to comparison. Use the search and filters to find the monitors you need.
Click next to the monitor name in the left-side panel.
Admin and Co-Admin users can create monitor groups that allow tracking the availability and performance of multiple monitors as a whole. To create a group containing the compared monitors: