The Latency and Deployments Graph is one of the features available on the platform, along with other metric applications, for performance monitoring and the impact of deployments. This graph displays the response time between the platform's agent and the application through a route determined by the health check URL. Additionally, it showcases the performance of deployments on the timeline, allowing for monitoring the application's impact after a change.
By default, the graph shows data from the last 24 hours. In the top right corner, you can find tools to modify data collection, such as adjusting the verification interval and the option to remove any fluctuations necessary for more specific analysis.
Other functionalities of the graph:
Selection Zoom: With this feature enabled, you can select a portion of the graph and isolate a specific interval. The plus (+) and minus (-) buttons are complementary and provide overall zoom for the graph.
Panning: By using the hand-shaped feature, you can have a panoramic view of the graph, panning horizontally to view past or future time intervals.
Reset Zoom: Symbolized as a house, this feature is used to adjust the graph's zoom to the default last 24 hours view. Clicking it will automatically reset the zoom.
More: Represented with three lines, this action gives you the option to export the data present in the graph in three formats: SVG, PNG, and CSV.
When your development team releases a change to a service, it's crucial to monitor that application constantly to understand if there is an improvement or deterioration in its performance.
By inserting a deployment in your product's application on the platform, the graph records the day and time when the change was made, allowing you to identify if there was any impact on the response time after the release.
The deployment records are also saved in the applications' timeline, along with incident notifications.
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