A monitor's dashboard provides a quick overview of the monitor's status and performance. The dashboard is available from the monitor list. Click the monitor name to open the dashboard.
The dashboard displays the following information:
This section displays the monitor's name, type, and status. The status is either OK or Down. It also gives you insights into the IP address, location, and ISP.
This chart shows the monitor's performance over the last 4 hours. You can hover over the chart to see the exact values.
Depending on the protocol of the monitor, the chart shows different metrics:
- ICMP: response time
- HTTP: DNS lookup time, connection time, time to first byte, and total response time
- HTTPS: DNS lookup time, connection time, SSL handshake time, time to first byte, and total response time
You can change the timeframe of the chart by clicking the 4 hours button and selecting a different timeframe, up to 30 days.
This section shows the monitor's uptime over the last 24 hours, 7 days and 30 days. The uptime is calculated as the percentage of time the monitor was up over a given period.
This section shows the monitor's average, highest and lowest response time over the selected timeframe.
This section shows all incidents related to the monitor. It gives you easy access to the incident details and allows you to acknowledge or resolve the incident.
This section shows the monitor's Apdex score over the selected timeframe. The Apdex score is calculated as the percentage of requests that were satisfied, tolerated, or frustrated.
SSL certificate information is only available for HTTPS monitors.
This section shows the SSL certificate information for the monitor. It displays the certificate's issuer, validity, and expiration date.