Being a highly desirable number in Responses Per Interval, it is correct to state that the higher the count, the better the application performance? More Availability!
As a general rule. Yes. But see the issue noted below with High RPI.. This is covered in the manual. Including the diagram that I have included for your prior posts
Responses Per Interval
Responses Per Interval reflects the number of invocations finished in that interval. This metric is a measure of data throughput and thus of application performance. The metric is a simple count of requests that are completed during an interval.
Generally:•A high number is desirable.•A low number is undesirable.•An unexpected spike in responses could indicate overuse of the external system, such as a denial of service attack on a website.
Consider the following information about Responses Per Interval:•Triage with Responses Per IntervalUse trends in Responses Per Interval, which is coupled with changes in other metrics, to identify and diagnose problems.•Consistent ProblemsConsistently high Responses Per Interval values can indicate an over-usage of the external system.
Please let me know if that is helpful and answers your question.
Hello! HALLETT Good afternoon!Yes! This was very useful
Thanks Olivia. Marking as answered. You may post follow-up questions as needed
Hallett, Good Morning! I came up with another question with this case, see if you can help me, to get the measured value of the data transfer rate, would you know which calculation to do?Example (Google Calculator)Https://www.google.com/search?sourceid=chrome-psyapi2&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8&q=milissegundos%20para%20segundos&oq=mil&aqs=chrome.0.69i59j69i57j0l4.3263j0j7
In new branch -- Data Transfer Rate