RPM Silver/Gold subscribers: new Transaction Summary shows all web transaction types and their metrics in one view

New Relic, Inc.Subscribers of RPM Silver and Gold will see we’ve added a new view of web transactions called the Web Transaction Summary Page. It’s pretty informative and we think you’ll find it very useful. All paid subscriptions get the Web Transactions page. When you click on the Web Transactions tab,  you currently see a rollup of worst-offending transactions with associated graphs on the right side. You can sort these transactions types by throughput, slowest response time, most frequently called, etc.

Web Transactions_Graph View

Now, for Silver and Gold subscribers, we’ve added a comprehensive new Transaction Summary View. Just click the Table View option under the Web Transactions tab: Web Transaction_Table Selectand you can see a summary table that includes a list of all transaction types along with sortable columns for Apdex score, transaction count, response time, standard deviation and more. Now you can look at every transaction type and its corresponding metrics in one view. Want to see what the throughput is for all your dissatisfying transactions? Want to know which transaction types are called the most and their corresponding response times? Let RPM cross reference the data for you using the Table view.

Web Transactions_Table View

Try RPM Silver or Gold today!

Remember, this new feature is available in RPM Silver and Gold. Signing up is easy: simply choose the subscription level that’s right for you and within minutes you’ll have access to more data about your web application performance than ever before. If you’re not ready for a paid subscription, sign up for RPM Lite and take advantage of a free upgrade to RPM Gold for one week. Find out why more than 3,500 customers around the world are using RPM to manage their most important applications in both cloud and datacenter environments.

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