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We have an application which makes remote service calls and database calls. It would be helpful to know how to create a dashboard to list all the outbound or remote service calls and their metrics like volume of calls and response time. Could you please suggest how to view such data ?
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If you want to create a dashboard, you can use custom metric for that to populate the data. You need to select following custom metric and that will show the details about the backend calls.
Overall Application Performance|<Tier Name>|External Calls
I explored this option, but it seems to give the cumulative data of the outbound calls for that tier and doesn't provide visibility into each unique URL. I need to identify each unique outboud URL which exist in different Tier which is part of another application in the AppDynamics.
Could you please suggest how to get the data for each outbound unique URL ?
The Outboud service is also instrumented as another application in AppDynamics. So, i believe Remote Services might not help here as Remote Service displays the Services which are not instrumented by AppDynamics.
I am trying to do something similar (report on a remote service) but I need to do more than report on average response time. I need to know each time the response time for the remote service exceeds a baseline/sla. for example. A business transaction has multiple services and remote service, I need visibility one of these remote services whenever a response time exceeds for example 500ms.
Any one here able to instrument/Dashboard on outgoing / exit calls,
that are actually going to another application instrumented by AppDynamics too ?
These calls are not detected as remote calls anymore and I dont know how to include that in my dashboards.