Before you can view application page load times, you need to create an Analytics
profile that is logging statistics internally on the BIG-IP
system. In the profile, the statistics-gathering configuration must have Page
Load Time selected as one of the collected metrics. The Analytics
profile also needs to be associated with one or more virtual servers, or an iApps application service.
You can view page load times on the Analytics charts. Page load time
is how long (in milliseconds) it takes from the time an end user makes a request for a
web page, until the web page from the application server finishes loading on the
Note: End user response times and latencies can vary
significantly based on geography and connection types.
On the Main tab, click
The Overview screen opens.
From the Latency menu, choose Page Load Time.
Charts show the average page load times in milliseconds for all
applications and virtual servers associated with all Analytics profiles.
To view average page load time for a specific application, in the Details
table, select only that application.
The charts refresh and show the page load time only for the selected
To view page load time for a specific virtual server:
The charts show page load times for the selected virtual
Click Expand Advanced Filters.
For Virtual Servers select
Click Add and select the virtual server whose
page load times you want to view.
To zoom in on page load time during a specific time period, drag your cursor
across the chart for the time period you are interested in.
The system automatically refreshes the chart to display statistics for
the time period you selected.
Tip: If you are concerned about maintaining a high level of user experience
and productivity, you can configure the Analytics profile so that it sends an alert
when the average page load time exceeds a number of milliseconds for some period of