Better understand your SaaS Controller’s license consumption and limits with license usage graphs. Note: This is not available for on-prem Controllers.
1. To get started, log in to your www.appdynamics.com account.
2. Click on your name in the top right and click Subscriptions.
3. If you have more than one license, select the one you’d like to view.
4. There are two possible views to choose from on the License Usage tab:
The License usage tab displays data for all of your products for the current or most recent usage period. The information displayed is captured and aggregated from the previous day. Please note that it is measured differently for each product as described in our documentation.
Click on a product name to see its historical usage in a line or bar chart. The default time frame is 3 months, but you can adjust it in the top-right corner. Data is captured in 5 minute intervals, then aggregated into larger intervals. If you choose a time period <1 month, we show hourly data. If you select a time period > or = 1 month, we show daily data.
For certain products, like those under the "Application Performance Management" and "Infrastructure Visibility" families, the X-axis is the time frame and the Y-axis is the number of used license units. You will see two types of metrics in the header:
Note: The APM Any product includes multiple agents. To drill down into usage for a particular agent (e.g., Java), select the corresponding filter. Agents not reporting data in the selected time frame will appear grayed out in the filter. Here’s how to interpret metrics:
Hover over a data point on the graph to see granular metrics. If you choose a time period <1 month, we show hourly metrics. If you select a time period > or = 1 month, we show daily data.
For other products like End User Monitoring, the X-axis is the time frame and the Y-axis is the number of reported events. For example, the Y-axis for Browser Real User Monitoring represents page views. This graph displays the Total number of monitored events in that time frame. Hover over a data point on the graph to see granular metrics. If you choose a time period <1 month, we show hourly metrics. If you select a time period > or = 1 month, we show daily data.
Last Updated: 3/1/19