Monitors: Key Transactions

Key Transaction Monitors allow you to quickly identify critical transactions (Web Requests and SQL Queries) that APM has discovered and add a layer of intelligent, proactive monitoring & alerting around them. They’ll all appear together in a sortable, filterable list complete with inline spark lines and access to deeper levels of data & customization. Default Key Transactions Whenever a new …

App Monitors: Overview

Once you see your apps in Retrace, you will be able load the App’s Dashboard by clicking on the app’s name and configure monitors and alerts so you can be notified of any issues that may arise. You can expand the Environment name to view Servers, Key Transactions, Errors, and Website metrics that are associated with that App/Environment combination. Configuring …

Monitors: Log Queries

From the Log Queries screen you can set up monitors for your Saved Log Searches. Below will give you some tips on configuring and implementing log query monitors. Add a New Monitor You can find the Log Queries link under the Monitoring tab. Once there select “Add New” to set up a new Log Query. Configure Monitor Settings If you have already …

File Monitors: Configure

A file monitor can only be created for a single file, but you may have as many file monitors in Retrace as you desire. Directory & multiple file monitoring isn’t currently supported. Adding a File Check Monitor The File Check option is in the Server tab of the Monitoring Configuration widget. You can setup a File Check Monitor as an …

Monitors: Web Sites

With Retrace’s Web Site Monitors, you can monitor websites both from outside your network and inside (behind the firewall) – great for both public-facing sites as well as intranet sites. Monitor performance, status codes returned, and even the content on pages to make sure your app is running smoothly at all times. Adding a Web Site Monitor From the Web …

Monitors: SQL Queries

If your app relies on a database, you know that problems in the database often have wide-reaching impact downstream. In this section, you will learn how to make SQL monitors to effectively monitor query results.  SQL Monitors are a great way to more proactively keep tabs on data and database health. Preparing for SQL Monitors If you haven’t already set …

Monitors: Queues

If you take advantage of Azure Service Bus, you will likely want to keep an eye on your Queues, Topics, and Subscriptions. Here’s how to do it. Configuring Service Bus Queues From the Queue Monitors page, you will be able to add new Azure Queue and RabbitMQ Monitors. Azure Queues Configure an Azure Connection You will have an option to …