- What is historical data
- How to analyze historical data
- What are the uses of historical data
- How long we store the historical data
What you are going to learn:
Obkio's Network Monitoring application measures and collects performance history, so you can analyze, compare, and troubleshoot performance from the past.
From Obkio's Network Response Time Graph, users can change their time range to go back in time and analyze historical data. Zoom into Obkio's graphs with your selected timeframe to get more detail into events that occurred in the past.
With this historical data, users can go back in time and establish a baseline of the network performance with a 1-minute granularity. This is why the Obkio's Network Monitoring Thresholds are relative to the historical value, which is the median of the last 48 hours, and is updated every hour.
You can also leverage historical data to go back in time to troubleshoot past network issues. Many network problems are interrmittent, and hard to pinpoint because they seemingly disappear before they're caught. With historical data, it's easy to go back and catch problems that happened, even if they only occurred for a short period of time.
The data is saved for up to 36 months but it varies depending on your Subscription Plan. The exact retention period for each plan is avaiable in the Pricing page.