Monitor Types

All of the monitors allow you to view a summary of the collected data at the conclusion of the scenario. Using LoadRunner Analysis, you can generate a graph for any of the monitors. For more information, see Analysis Graphs.

The online monitors are divided into the following categories:

Application Deployment Solutions graphs
Measures statistics related to the Citrix server during a scenario run. For more information, see Application Deployment Solution Monitoring.
Database Server Resource graphs
Measure statistics related to Oracle and SQL Server databases during the scenario run. For more information, see Database Server Resource Monitoring.
Dynatrace monitor

Provides information from the Dynatrace server about monitored applications. For more information, see Dynatrace Monitor.

Flex monitors
Measure statistics related to Flex RTMP connections and throughput, as well as buffering time. For details, see Flex Monitoring Graphs.
Infrastructure Resources graphs
Display information about network client data points during a scenario run using the Network Client graph. For more information, see Infrastructure Resources Monitoring.
JMeter graphs

Display data for the JMeter test in a scenario run. For more information, see JMeter Monitoring Graphs.

Middleware Performance graphs
Measure statistics related to IBM WebSphere MQ during a scenario run. For more information, see Middleware Performance Monitoring.
MQTT Statistic graphs Measure statistics related to MQTT messages, throughput, and connections during a scenario run. For more information, see MQTT Statistics Monitoring.
Network graphs
Displays information about the network delays on your system. For more information, see Network Delay Monitoring.
Network Virtualization graphs
Measure statistics related to network virtualization, such as Packet Loss and Latency. For information, see Network Virtualization Monitoring.
Runtime graphs
Display the number and status of Vusers participating in the scenario, as well as the number and types of errors that the Vusers generate. For more information, see Runtime and Transaction Monitoring.
Service Virtualization graphs
Measure statistics related to Service Virtualization, per operation and service. For information, see Service Virtualization Monitors.
SiteScope graphs
Use the SiteScope monitor and its counters to measure resources. For information, see the documentation provided with SiteScope.
Streaming State Statistics graphs

Monitor statistics about streaming videos during a scenario run. For more information, see Streaming State Statistics Monitoring.

System Resource graphs
Measure the Windows, UNIX, Server, and SNMP resources used during a scenario run. For more information, see System Resource Monitoring.
Transaction graphs
Display the transaction rate and response times. For more information, see Runtime and Transaction Monitoring.
TruClient Native Mobile graphs
Provide information about CPU utilization, free memory on the device, and memory consumption for TruClient Native Mobile Vusers. For information, see TruClient - Native Mobile Graphsor go to the TruClient Help Center (select the relevant version).
Web Application Server graphs
Measure statistics related to the Microsoft ASP application servers during the scenario run. For more information, see Web Application Server Monitoring.
Web Resource graphs
Provide information about the number of Web connections, throughput volume, HTTP responses, server retries, and downloaded pages at the Web servers during the scenario run. For more information, see Web Resource Monitors.
Web Server Resource graphs
Measure statistics related to the Microsoft IIS and Apache Web servers during the scenario run. For more information, see Web Server Resource Monitoring.

The J2EE & .NET Diagnostics Monitor provides trace, time, and troubleshooting information for individual transactions through J2EE Web, application, and database servers. This monitor requires an additional installation, and is accessed from the Diagnostics for J2EE/NET tab in the Controller. For more information, contact your Customer support representative.

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