Summary Dashboard

Document created by DPM Admin Employee on Jul 14, 2017Last modified by Dave Murphy on Sep 13, 2017
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mPulse's Summary Dashboard presents trackable metrics such as conversion rate, number of items sold, total sales in dollars, and number of comments. As with any mPulse System Dashboard, you will be prompted to clone the dashboard when you attempt to change its settings—simply give your new custom dashboard a new name to proceed.

Dashboard Dropdown Filters

As of SOASTA 57.0.25, enhancements to the dropdown filter menus on the dashboard display:

  • an exclude option
  • a search bar feature
  • currently selected dimensions
  • recently used dimensions (up to ten)

When you select the isNot option, you will see the screen below.

The following widgets are included in the Summary Dashboard, and can also be added to custom mPulse dashboards.

 

Measurements Over Time vs. PageLoad

The measurements over time vs. PageLoad is included in the Metric Analysis system dashboard. 

To select from among possible timers and metrics, click Toggle Dashboard Edit Panel, and then select the widget by name in the lower panel Edit Panel tree. 

Summary (Widget)

This summary widget presents configured timers and metrics for the given Domain. 

 

To select from among possible timers and metrics, click Toggle Dashboard Edit Panel, and then select the widget by name in the lower panel Edit Panel tree. Check each box you'd like to show in the dashboard or uncheck those you'd like to remove.

Multi-Dimension Breakdown (Widget)

Countries and Page Groups

This widget shows the values and percentages of the top N countries and page groups.

 

Click Toggle Dashboard Edit Panel, and then select the widget by name in the lower panel Edit Panel tree.

 

 

Geography (with Custom Metric Popups)

Geography Widget Settings

The Geography widget has settings that correspond to the Default Timer Attribute filters discussed above. Click the Toggle Edit Dashboard Mode button on the dashboard toolbar and then select the Geography widget to show the settings below.

Set the color range that corresponds to the length of time for any of the following timer attribute settings:

  • Page Load Colors  – Set the color range for the default timer on page load time (renamed, was "Load Time Colors" in the prior release)
  • DNS Resolution Colors  – Set the color range for the default timer on DNS resolution (e.g. the time it takes to resolve a DNS name to its IP address)
  • TCP Connection Colors  – Set the color range for the default timer on the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connections in a session.
  • SSL Handshake Colors  – Set the color range for the default timer on SSL Handshake.

Scroll down to view the remaining color range options

  • First Byte Colors  – Set the color range for the default timer on the first byte received in a session.
  • Front-end Time Colors  – Set the color range for the default timer on front-end time. Frontend time is client-side time such as the additional time it takes to fully render any content.
  • DOM Loading Colors  – Set the color range for the default timer on loading the DOM (e.g. after the client has finished loading all window frames, objects, and images).
  • DOM Ready Colors  – Set the color range for the default timer on the DOM ready status. This event represents the moment when the browser has fully processed the DOM structure of the HTML document.

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