Browse & analyze User Journey monitoring data

You can access the list of your monitored User Journeys by clicking on the "Scenarios" action within the main menu. Then, choose one of your User Journey and simply click on its name to display its monitoring overview.

User journey monitoring overview

On the monitoring overview, the "Actions" drop-down menu allows you to execute, enable/disable, modify, or duplicate the current User Journey monitoring, but also to manage your alerts relating to entire execution and related events.

The User Journey executions overview then consists of 4 parts.

It starts by a reminder of your User Journey monitoring settings: the URL defining the starting point of the scenario, the test settings, the frequency of monitoring, etc. This area also allows you to retrieve the list of all the execution reports that are related to this monitoring.

The report then features a summary area about your monitored User Journey performance over the 7 last days. First, a breakdown will inform you about the status of your monitoring (errors, alerts, checks failed, successes). Then, Dareboost displays 4 web performance metrics of the monitored scenario: First Byte, Start Render, Fully Loaded, and Speed ​​Index. For each metric, Dareboost displays the cumulative averages over the last 7 days and the evolutions over the previous 7 days.

Then, the "Data Range" is dedicated to the visualization of cumulative metrics (performance timings, weight, number of requests) over a configurable time range. Choose an aggregation level (or none) and select a display type (median, percentiles or average by default) to see the graphs being updated automatically. Available aggregation levels depend on your monitoring frequency and age, from 15 minutes to a month.

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.

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.

Hovering any dot of the graphs will show you detailed information about an execution or an aggregate of executions. If it's an aggregate, a click will zoom on the data. If the dot is relative to a specific execution, a click will open the related detailed execution report.

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On a graph of non-aggregated data, if you maintain the Ctrl (or ) key pressed on your keyboard, you’ll be able to open the report in a new tab or window. Very useful to open several reports!

Under the graphs, Dareboost will list the most frequent resources in error during the configured time range.

Finally, the detailed averages of the last 7 days displays the step-by-step values of the 4 aforementioned metrics and their evolutions.

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