Retrace: Ideas Portal

Retrace combines several tools every development team needs, but we are always open to fresh new ideas.  Please submit your feature request/idea for Retrace below.

Ability to Export Historical Data

Clients would like to save historical APM data for future analysis.

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  • Dec 18 2017
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  • Guest commented
    6 Jan 10:01am

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  • Guest commented
    23 Jun, 2021 03:33pm

    Today, only an export of some APM data is available, through the web UI.

    A lot of data are about our servers are stored, like memory and CPU usage of app pools and we need to export them.


    A generic export feature of all data is a must have:

    • list of app and their servers and app pools

    • cpu/memory of servers and app pools

    • data of any monitor (ex: disk space, agent availability...)

  • Guest commented
    11 Jun, 2019 08:30am

    Just the ability to export the "By request" data would make life easier for me. I spent a couple of hours yesterday in Excel after copy/pasting the data. Had to do a lot of format fixes (the "s" in Avg Time for example makes that value a string instead of a number).

    Of course, it would be even better if I could compare different time periods directly in Retrace...

  • Guest commented
    6 Mar, 2019 02:56pm

    This would be extremely useful for problem investigation and performance analysis over time.

  • Guest commented
    6 Mar, 2019 05:02am
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  • Guest commented
    3 Apr, 2018 05:41pm

    Workaround: I was able to get the data into excel by grabbing the JSON response from the debug console and writing a little utility to parse the JSON and spit out a CSV.

  • Guest commented
    23 Mar, 2018 06:45pm

    I would second this. If we can't get APM to compute/present stats, then an ability to export to excel the time taken and the request would be a satisfactory alternative to do offline statistical analysis.

     

    I really need 90% response time and max response times to do my job with APM correctly