This topic shows you how to obtain an overview of an application. On the Overview tab of the application, you can view the application topology, number of requests, response time, number of errors, and HTTP status codes.

Procedure

  1. Log on to the EDAS console.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, click Applications.
  3. On the Applications page, select a region in the top navigation bar and a namespace from the Namespace drop-down list. Select ECS Clusters from the Cluster Type drop-down list, and then click the name of the application whose metrics you want to view.
  4. In the left-side navigation pane, choose Application Monitoring > Application Details.
  5. On the Application Details page, click the node that you want to view, and then click the Overview tab on the right side.
    Overview

Application topology

The application topology section displays the topology of call relationships between internal services of the application in the specified time period.

Call relationship
Optional:In the application topology section, perform the following operations as required:
  • Click the Settings icon to configure the display settings of the application topology.
    Note The settings are stored in the browser and remain effective the next time you access the Overview tab.
  • Click the plus sign or scroll the mouse wheel up to zoom in the application topology.
  • Click the minus sign or scroll the mouse wheel down to zoom out the application topology.
  • Click the RESET icon to restore the application topology to the default size.

Requests

The Requests section displays the time curve that indicates the number of requests of the application in a specified time period. Requests
Optional:In the Requests section, perform the following operations as required:
  • Move the cursor over the statistics chart to view the statistics.
  • Select a period of time to view the statistics for the specified period.
  • Click chartIcon to view the statistics of the metric in a certain time period or compare the statistics of the same time period on different dates.
  • Click codeIcon to view the API details for this metric.

Response time

The Response Time section displays the time curve that indicates the response time of the application in a specified time period. Response Time
Optional:In the Response Time section, perform the following operations as required:
  • Move the cursor over the statistics chart to view the statistics.
  • Select a period of time to view the statistics for the specified period.
  • Click a burst point of the curve for in-depth analysis.
  • Click chartIcon to view the statistics of the metric in a certain time period or compare the statistics of the same time period on different dates.
  • Click codeIcon to view the API details for this metric.

Errors

The Errors section displays the time curve that indicates the number of errors that occur on the application in a specified time period. Errors
Optional:In the Errors section, perform the following operations as required:
  • Move the cursor over the statistics chart to view the statistics.
  • Select a period of time to view the statistics for the specified period.
  • Click a burst point of the curve for in-depth analysis.
  • Click chartIcon to view the statistics of the metric in a certain time period or compare the statistics of the same time period on different dates.
  • Click codeIcon to view the API details for this metric.

HTTP - Status Code

The HTTP - Status Code section displays the time curve that indicates the HTTP status code statistics of the application in a specified time period.

HTTP
Optional:In the HTTP - Status Code section, perform the following operations as required:
  • Move the cursor over the statistics chart to view the statistics.
  • Select a period of time to view the statistics for the specified period.
  • Click legend to hide or show the data.
  • Click chartIcon to view the statistics of the metric in a certain time period or compare the statistics of the same time period on different dates.
  • Click codeIcon to view the API details for this metric.