HTTP Performance Trends

Tips to help you interpret this HTTP Performance graph are outlined below:

HTTP Performance Graph

TCP
Time taken to establish a TCP connection to the web server.

HTTP Request
Time taken to dispatch the HTTP request to the web server, including any SSL negotiation overhead.

Execution
Time taken to receive the first byte of the HTTP response after the request has been dispatched. This can be interpreted as the amount of time the server took to process and prepare the response, and as such is a useful metric in measuring the performance trends of your web server as its' load level varies.

Transfer
Time taken to for the HTTP response to be received in full.

Data for this graph is collected by the HTTP Monitoring Sensor.

Performance Graphs

 

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