This topic describes the metrics related to HTTP, MySQL, Kafka, TCP, and Redis protocols. This topic also shows you how to view these metrics.

HTTP

The container monitoring feature of Application Real-Time Monitoring Service (ARMS) allows you to view the following HTTP-related metrics for a specific container: requests, response time, errors, and slow calls. For each metric, you can also view the top 5, 10, or 15 API operations that are ranked based on the metric value.

Container monitoring - HTTP-related metrics
In the Requests, Response Time, Number of errors, and Slow Calls sections, you can perform the following operations:
  • Move the pointer over the curve of a metric to view the specific statistics at the specified point in time.
  • Use the mouse to select a time range to view the specific statistics in the specified time range.
  • In the API operation list, select an option from the drop-down list to view the top 5, 10, or 15 API operations that were called based on the HTTP protocol. Click View list in the Operation column of an API operation to view the request details of the API operation. Container monitoring - Container details - API operation details

    In the details panel of an API operation, you can view the following information about each request that was initiated to call the API operation: the time when the request was sent, amount of time that was consumed, HTTP status code that was returned, and trace ID.

    Click View details in the Operation column of a request to view the following information about the request: request URL, request headers, request body, response headers, response body, HTTP status code, call typology, and the result, amount of time that was consumed, and speed of each phase.

MySQL

The container monitoring feature of ARMS allows you to view the following MySQL-related metrics for a specific container: requests, response time, errors, and slow calls. For each metric, you can also view the top 5, 10, or 15 SQL statements that are ranked based on the metric value.

MySQL协议详情
In the Requests, Response Time, Number of errors, and Slow Calls sections, you can perform the following operations:
  • Move the pointer over the curve of a metric to view the specific statistics at the specified point in time.
  • Use the mouse to select a time range to view the specific statistics in the specified time range.
  • In the SQL statement list, select an option from the drop-down list to view the top 5, 10, or 15 SQL statements that were executed. Click View list in the Operation column of an SQL statement to view the request details of the SQL statement. MySQL协议详情

    In the details panel of an SQL statement, you can view each request that was initiated to execute the SQL statement, the time when the SQL statement was executed, and the amount of time that was consumed.

    Click View details in the Operation column of a request to view the following information about the request: the details of the SQL statement that was executed, call typology, and the result, amount of time that was consumed, and speed of each phase.

Kafka, TCP, and Redis

The container monitoring feature of ARMS allows you to view the following metrics related to the Kafka, TCP, and Redis protocols for a specific container: requests, response time, errors, and slow calls.

Container monitoring - TCP-related metrics
In the Requests, Response Time, Number of errors, and Slow Calls sections, you can perform the following operations:
  • Move the pointer over the curve of a metric to view the specific statistics at the specified point in time.
  • Use the mouse to select a time range to view the specific statistics in the specified time range.
  • View the details of metrics related to a protocol. In each metric section, you can click View list in the Operation column to view the request details of the protocol. Container monitoring - TCP tab - View list

    In the details panel, you can view each request that was initiated by using the protocol, the time when the request was sent, and the amount of time that was consumed.

    Click View details in the Operation column of a request to view the following information about the request: the call typology and the result, amount of time that was consumed, and speed of each phase.