Summarize and analyze the entirety of your Corvil data with flexible, interactive and concise views into key metrics - from high-level dashboards to detailed multi-dimensional views
The Lens categorizes and analyzes Corvil data according to your business-defined hierarchies:
In an electronic trading environment, you can summarize all activity by client, with a breakdown by application or gateway; then pivot to rank the performance of each gateway to see which clients are on the slowest gateway.
For monitoring a web application, you can rank servers by response time to find the slowest, break its traffic down by clients to see whose sending the most requests and compare response times across clients.
In all cases, key metrics are measured at a granular level – individual servers, data feeds or network flows. Flexible aggregation policies allow these low-level results to be summarized on-demand into highly aggregated dashboards and views that can be named and saved. These views can be interactively sorted, pivoted and filtered for investigation and troubleshooting.
A configurable dashboard provides at-a-glance visualization of your key metrics. Select charts to summarize activity according to the criteria most relevant to your business. For example, in a data center deployment, show request volumes for the busiest branch offices with their response times overlaid, and alongside provide real-time updates on whether service provider SLAs are being met.
The Lens provides detailed analytics via the pivot table view - a hierarchical multi-dimensional view of your data, supporting fast, intuitive analysis. High-level summary information can be sorted by key metrics, then filtered or broken down to allow root causes to be quickly identified.
Flexible Metrics – Key indicators, defined on a per-application basis, can be customized to the needs of your business or infrastructure
Live Updates – All of the data and hierarchical views can be displayed in a live monitoring mode – real-time updates every 10 seconds with a user-defined history from 10s up to 10 minutes
Real-time alerts – flexible alerting policies can be configured against monitoring statistics and the customizable metrics. Alert conditions are highlighted in the Lens allowing correlations to be quickly identified; for instance, between server response latency and session logouts
Business Hours Reporting – Display monitoring results only for the periods of interest – 9 to 5, Monday to Friday; or market open in Tokyo