You can use Enterprise Manager™ to view reports for managed devices that are provisioned to use Analytics, also referred to as Application Visibility and Reporting (AVR). The Enterprise Manager device must have an AVR centralized reporting license. You can display the Analytics reports for a single BIG-IP® device or aggregated reports for a group of devices. In this way, Enterprise Manager provides centralized Analytics reporting.
Analytics reports provide detailed metrics about application performance such as transactions per second, server and client latency, request and response throughput, and sessions. You can view metrics for applications, virtual servers, pool members, URLs, specific countries, and additional detailed statistics about application traffic running through one or more managed BIG-IP systems. With Enterprise Manager, you can create custom lists to view application statistics for only the devices you specify.
|Devices||Specifies a managed device or a list of managed devices for which you want to display statistics.|
|View all traffic by||Specifies type of data to view, and provides an optional filter so you can display more information.|
|Date range||Specifies the time period for which to display statistics (last hour, day, week, month).|
|Data visualization||Specifies how to format the data (details table, or line, pie, or bar chart).|
|Available measurements||Specifies up to six measurements to display in Details tables. Line, pie, or bar charts display only the first measurement.|
|Select this option||To see these application statistics|
|Overview||Top statistical information about traffic on your system or managed systems, such as the top virtual servers, top URLs accessed, and top applications. You can customize the information that is displayed.|
|Transactions||The HTTP transaction rate (transactions per second) passing through the web applications, and the number of transactions to and from the web applications.|
|Latency > Server Latency||How long it takes in milliseconds from the time a request arrives at the virtual server until a response arrives at the virtual server.|
|Latency > Page Load Time||How long it takes in milliseconds for a whole web page to fully load on a client's browser from the time the user clicks a link or enters a web address until the web page is completely displayed.|
|Throughput > Request Throughput||HTTP request throughput in bits per second.|
|Throughput > Response Throughput||HTTP response throughput in bits per second.|
|Sessions > New Sessions||The number of transactions that open new sessions in sessions per second.|
|Sessions > Concurrent Sessions||The total number of open and active sessions at a given time, until they time-out.|