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Foglight for Infrastructure 5.9.2 - Infrastructure Utilities User Guide

Monitoring Web transactions Monitoring network devices

Quick View

The Quick View is a container view. It contains a combination of location or transaction views, depending on your selection in the Web Monitor Environment view and the pane on the left. Use it to understand the level of user experience offered by the monitored Web sites, and to investigate any issues that they may be experiencing.

This view appears in the Performance Browser, just below the Web Monitor Environment view.

This view contains a combination of some of the following views, depending on your previous selections:

Summary - All Locations view

The Summary - All Locations view displays a list of existing locations, and shows any alarms generated against them.

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On the Monitor tab, in the Web Monitor Environment view, select the Locations tile.
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In the Quick View, in the embedded Locations view, click All Locations.
The Summary - All Locations view appears on the right.

This view is made up of the following embedded views:

Table 10. Alarms view

Lists the alarms generated against the monitored locations.

NOTE: To acknowledge or clear one or more alarms appearing in this table, select them and click Acknowledge or Clear, as required. For more information about alarms in Foglight, see the Foglight User Guide.
Ack’ed. Indicates if the alarm is acknowledged: true or false.
Instance. The name of the transaction against which the alarm is generated.
Severity. Indicates the alarm severity: Warning , Critical , or Fatal .
Time. The time at which the alarm is generated.
Title. The name of the rule that generated the alarm.

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Any row in this table. Displays the Alarm dialog box, showing additional information about the alarm. For more information about alarms in Foglight, see the Foglight User Help.

Shows a list of all hosts from which Web Monitor Agent instances are running and the related statistics.

Health. The highest severity alarms generated against this Web site: Normal , Warning , Critical , or Fatal .
Name. The name of the host on which the Web Monitor Agent instance is running.
Success (Completed). The number of successful executions the Web Monitor Agent performed since it started collecting data.
Total Execution. The number of execution attempts the Web Monitor Agent performed during the selected time range.
Last Polling Time. The most recent date and time the Web Monitor Agent made an attempt to collect data.
Health History (Rolled Up). A color-coded bar, representing the alarm state of the Web Monitor Agent running on this host over the selected time range. The color of the bar changes depending on the alarm state. Red indicates a Fatal state, orange indicates Critical, yellow means Warning, and green is the Normal State.

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Summary - All Transactions view

The Summary - All Transaction view displays overall response and availability information for the monitored transactions. It also identifies the transactions with the lowest availability, lowest MET (met expected time), and highest response time, showing the top five transactions in each of these categories.

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On the Monitor tab, in the Web Monitor Environment view, select the Locations tile.
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In the Quick View, in the Transaction view, click All Transactions.
The Summary - All Transactions view appears on the right.

This view is made up of the following embedded views:

Table 12. Alarms view

Lists the alarms generated against the monitored transactions.

NOTE: To acknowledge or clear one or more alarms appearing in this table, select them and click Acknowledge or Clear, as required. For more information about alarms in Foglight, see the Foglight User Guide.
Ack’ed. Indicates if the alarm is acknowledged: true or false.
Instance. The name of the transaction against which the alarm is generated.
Severity. Indicates the alarm severity: Warning , Critical , or Fatal .
Time. The time at which the alarm is generated.
Title. The name of the rule that generated the alarm.

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Any row in this table. Displays the Alarm dialog box, showing additional information about the alarm. For more information about alarms in Foglight, see the Foglight User Help.

Shows the top five transactions with the lowest availability.

Availability. The percentage of times the Web site was available when the Web Monitor Agent attempted to collect information from it.
Transaction Name. The transaction name, associated with the monitored URL.

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Shows the top five transactions with the lowest MET.

MET. The percentage of times the Web site meets its acceptable response times, expected by the end user.
Transaction Name. The transaction name, associated with the monitored URL.

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Shows the top five transactions with the highest response time.

Response Time. The amount of time the Web site takes to respond to the Web Monitor Agent request.
Transaction Name. The transaction name, associated with the monitored URL.

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Transaction at a Selected Location drilldown view

The Transaction at a Selected Location drilldown view provides details about the performance of a transaction monitored from a specific location. This view describe the overall state of the most recent monitoring attempt and response-times recorded during the selected time range, along with its overall health during the monitored time range. Use it to find out how well your Web sites are performing when being monitored from a specific location in your monitoring environment.

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In the Quick View, in the Transactions view, select a transaction.
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In the Transaction view, click Explore.
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In the Transaction at All Locations drilldown view that appears in the display area, click the down-facing arrow on the right of Choose a Location, and select a location from the list that appears.

This view is made up of the following embedded views:

Table 16. Alarms view

Shows the numbers of alarms generated against the selected transaction, broken down by alarm type (Normal, Warning, Critical, Fatal).

Table 17. Location view

Displays details about the selected location.

Average Response Time. The average amount of time the Web Monitor Agent waits for a response from the monitored Web site.
First Byte Get Time. The time between the Web Monitor Agent detects the first byte of the response from the monitored Web site.
HTTP Status. The HTTP status code, indicating the result of the most recent transaction with the monitored Web site.
Last Polling Time. The date and time of the most recent data collection.
Location. The name of the host on which the Web Monitor Agent is running.
Page Availability. The percentage of time the Web site was available when the Web Monitor Agent attempted to collect information from it.
Page Get Time. The amount of time the agent needs to retrieve the data form the monitored Web site.
Response Time. The amount of time the Web Monitor Agent waits for a response from the monitored Web site.
Server Connection Time. The length of time the Web Monitor Agent used to connect to the monitored Web site.
Service Availability. The percentage of time the service was available when the Web Monitor Agent attempted to collect information about this Web site.
Total Errors. The total number of execution attempts that resulted in errors the Web Monitor Agent encountered during the selected time range.
Total Executions. The total number of execution attempts the Web Monitor Agent performed during the selected time range.
Total Executions. The total number of execution attempts the Web Monitor Agent performed during the selected time range.
Total Success. The total number of successful executions the Web Monitor Agent performed during the selected time range.
Transaction Name. The transaction name, associated with the monitored URL.

Displays the transaction response times over the selected time range.

Health History. A color-coded bar, representing the alarm state of the monitored location over the selected time range. The color of the bar changes depending on the alarm state. Red indicates a Fatal state, orange indicates Critical, yellow means Warning, and green is the Normal State.
Transaction Response Time. The amount of time the Web site takes to respond to the Web Monitor Agent request, over the selected time range period. High values in the graph can indicate potential bottlenecks that likely need to be investigated.
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