You may want to see how your endpoints are performing and you may want to know how many successful request have been made. You can get a quick overview of your endpoint's performance through the Insights Dashboard.
This dashboard is populated with live data from a published endpoint and updated dynamically. You can quickly see the key metrics of an endpoint through a visualization of an endpoint's request/response cycle over time. You can dig a bit deeper into your endpoint's performance with a more detailed summary.
After selecting Insights from the Home menu in a project. the Insights Overview page is displayed. This give you an overview of the performance of all endpoints in your project. It gives you a summary of the key metrics of each endpoint.
Clicking on one of the endpoints in the list displays a set of time series graphs and a summary of the endpoint performance.
The Requests time series graph displays the number or requests made per day. The X-axis is date points beginning from the date the endpoint was created to the current date. The Y-axis is the number or requests made. Request performance is plotted on this graph where each point represents a summary of a day's number or requests. Hovering over a point displays this summary.
Using the same data as in the Requests graph, you can find out what was the average duration of all requests/responses on a specific day on the Avg. Duration (ms) time series graph. On this graph the X-axis is the day and the Y-axis is the average duration per day. Hovering over a point shows an exact number in ms.
A detailed summary of endpoint performance is provided in the Endpoint Summary table.
The following table describes the information provided in the Endpoint Summary.
Slide to On to display the graphs. You can hide the graphs by setting the Plot slider to Off.
Indicates which endpoint in your project these metrics are from.
Total number of requests made since the endpoint was published.
Average duration of the requests/responses. However, it may or may not reflect actual performance of the endpoint. The P95 duration may be a better metric for this.
Displays in a bar the duration of a request/response in comparison to other units.
Displays the duration data values that are greater than or equal to 95 percent of the request/responses. This is actual user experience with the endpoint, which means 95. It is the latency of an endpoint which is the amount of time spent sending a request and receiving a response at a given duration.
On Insights page, apart from the performance summary, you also can find information about last requests to endpoint.
The Debug Overview window shows you the endpoint behavior for the last ten requests. It includes the following information:
Status of request
Timestamp of the request
Link to Debug dashboard with corresponding Correlation ID.
You can filter by All Requests or by Failed requests only.