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LifeTime perfomance: Show the performance of webservice calls in the analytics module

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Hi,

In the analytics module of lifetime I can only see the performance from screen calls. It would be nice if webservice calls (SOAP and REST) would also be added here.

We have a lot of services that are called by another (frontend)application, it would be nice if the performance of these services can also be viewed in the analytics module of lifetime. The data is available (because I can retrieve it trough the analytics reports in service center) so would be nice if it can also be seen in LifeTime.

Kind regards,
Evert

Created on 8 Jun 2017
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Do you mean webservices that are exposed by your modules?

Yes those indeed. I think these services must be  treated  on the same way as a screen

Indeed! With so many SOA/Services architectures, this completely make sense!


I would suggest to have lifetimeanalystics as a single entrypoint to see the performance of the applications.
So, besides Screens statistics, the statistics of (web) services, Timers and BPT processes should be visible as well. 

Merged this idea with 'LifeTime Analytics for API' (created on 21 Feb 2019 12:01:58 by Shanny Anoep)

LifeTime Analytics is pretty great for interactions through Web Screens, allowing drill-downs into the time-consuming actions and queries.

 It would be great if we can have the same where the entry point is an API call for a REST API exposed in OutSystems.



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'LifeTime Analytics for API' (created on 21 Feb 2019 by Shanny Anoep)
- merged to idea 'LifeTime perfomance: Show the performance of webservice calls in the analytics module' on 15 Oct 2019 08:02:11 by Evert van der Zalm

Hi Shanny Anoep,


You can already access data showed in Lifetime Analytics and more through the OutSystems Performance API. Check more about it in:

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/11/Reference/OutSystems_APIs/PerformanceMonitoring_API


You need to process data to reach the same visualizations, but it's exactly the same data that "feeds" Lifetime Analytics and allow to build what we see there.


Hope this helps ;)




This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'LifeTime Analytics for API' (created on 21 Feb 2019 by Shanny Anoep)
- merged to idea 'LifeTime perfomance: Show the performance of webservice calls in the analytics module' on 15 Oct 2019 08:02:11 by Evert van der Zalm

Changed the category to Lifetime




This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'LifeTime Analytics for API' (created on 21 Feb 2019 by Shanny Anoep)
- merged to idea 'LifeTime perfomance: Show the performance of webservice calls in the analytics module' on 15 Oct 2019 08:02:11 by Evert van der Zalm

Hi,


My Idea was not for getting the information in the LifeTime Analytics screens through an API, but rather getting the same information about the "scores" and slow queries, integrations of REST API calls built in OutSystems. So we can monitor and improve that continuously.



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'LifeTime Analytics for API' (created on 21 Feb 2019 by Shanny Anoep)
- merged to idea 'LifeTime perfomance: Show the performance of webservice calls in the analytics module' on 15 Oct 2019 08:02:11 by Evert van der Zalm

I wanted to add this as a new idea when I found this one.

The Analytics for screens found in LifeTime are great. It surprised me that information about Exposed integrations was not shown there. 

So I want to second the idea of adding insights into exposed integrations to the LifeTime Analytics.



This comment was:
- originally posted on idea 'LifeTime Analytics for API' (created on 21 Feb 2019 by Shanny Anoep)
- merged to idea 'LifeTime perfomance: Show the performance of webservice calls in the analytics module' on 15 Oct 2019 08:02:11 by Evert van der Zalm
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