ADF Performance Monitor: Monitoring with Percentiles

Frank Houweling

What is best metric in performance monitoring – averages or percentiles? Statistically speaking there are many methods to determine just how good of an overall experience your application is providing. Averages are used widely. They are easy to understand and calculate – however they can be misleading.

This blog is on percentiles. Percentiles are part of our recent new 7.0 version of the ADF Performance Monitor. I will explain what percentiles are and how they can be used to understand your ADF application performance better. Percentiles, when compared with averages, tell us how consistent our application response times are. Percentiles make good approximations and can be used for trend analysis, SLA agreement monitoring and daily to evaluate/troubleshoot the performance.

Read more on adfpm.com – our new website on the ADF Performance Monitor.

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