Browse & analyze your monitoring data

You can access the list of your monitored web pages:

  • From your dashboard: your favorite monitorings are directly accessible at the bottom of the page.
  • By clicking on the "Monitoring" action within the main menu: if you have already created groups, you will then have to click on "see all monitored pages" at the top of the page.
  • From one of your groups of monitored pages.
browse monitoring data

The detailed view for each of your monitorings breaks down into 3 main areas:

  • A reminder of your monitoring settings: URL, test settings, related groups, etc. This area also allows you to retrieve the list of all the analysis reports that are related to this monitoring.
    The "Actions" drop-down menu allows you to disable, modify, duplicate or delete the current monitoring, but also to manage your alerts and related events. On the right side you will find a reminder, over the last 30 days, of the detected resources in error and triggered alerts.
  • A summary area about your monitored web page performance: Dareboost displays the averages and the evolutions over the last 7 days for 5 key metrics concerning the web performance of the monitored page: First byte, Start Render, Fully loaded, Speed ​​Index and the Dareboost quality Score. If the current monitoring has been configured with a daily frequency, averages and evolutions are calculated over the last 30 days.
  • Several interactive graphs to visualize your data. Web Performance metrics, Dareboost quality score, page weight and number of requests: each of these data have their own graphs.
    The "Data Range" area allows you to control the display of data by setting the relevant time range and applying aggregations if needed. The display can range from 15 minutes to 1 month. Available granularities depend on your monitoring frequency and age.
    The legends of the graphs are interactive: check/uncheck the elements that you want to be displayed/hidden for an optimal readability of your data.
    Hovering any dot of the graphs will show you detailed information and a single click allows you to open the detailed report related to the given execution (or to display the period concerned by the aggregation on the graph if the clicked dot represents an average).

TIP!
When clicking on a point from a graph to open a detailed report, you can open it in a new browser tab by maintaining "ctrl" key pressed on your keyboard. Very useful to open several reports!

Finally, the events related to the current period and the alert thresholds that have been configured are also displayed on the relevant charts. Test errors (unreachable page) are shown as a red vertical bar.

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