Can I configure thresholds & alarms to the apdex, response time metric that I have received?

Can I configure thresholds & alarms to the apdex, response time metric that I have received?

Yes, You can configure thresholds & alarms to the below mentioned metrics. By default, Average data is fetched for last 5 minutes while applying threshold for the respective attributes.

S.no
Attribute Name
Unit
1
Response Time
ms
2
Apdex  
T
3
Throughput
rpm
4
Satisfied
%
5
Tolerating
%
6
Frustrated
%
7
Req. Count
count
8
Errors
%
9
Warning Count
count
10
Fatal Count
count
11
CPU Usage
%
12
Runtime Total Memory
MB
13
Runtime Free Memory
MB
14
JIT Time
ms

      NOTE: Configure Alarm option is supported at Instance level not at Application level



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