You can use Performance Monitoring Toolset to monitor incoming requests and see various metrics for REST, SOAP, or RPC requests.

You can see the following sections in the screen:

  • Average Response Time - Average Response Time for all the REST/SOAP/RPC calls is calculated and displayed separately for all 3 kinds of services in timeseries graph for the timeperiod selected by the user.
  • Top Slow URL's- List of slowest distinct urls for each of the 3 categories is shown for the time period you have selected.
  • HTTP Method Distribution - Pie chart containing the HTTP Methods like GET/POST/DELETE being used for services.
  • Average Response Time

It is the total time taken to get a REST API response. The response time of your REST requests are monitored and colelcted, and is shown as a line chart. You can further drill down the chart and visualize across various time periods.

ART of REST
ART of REST

Top Slow URLs

You can see the time taken by each URL to execute. Based on this data, you can go back to the API and make modifications. 

Time taken by URL
Time taken by URL

Click each URL to view the details, such as:

  • Basic info
  • Code flow
  • CF Server
  • Database
  • External services
  • Tags/Functions
  • Error/Timeout
  • Memory
URL details
URL details

Content distribution

The pie-chart displays the distrubution of HTTP status codes of your REST API requests.

In the chart below, you can see that seven REST requests resulted in a status of 200. The rest resulted in status 204.

Status codes
Status codes

You can click each pie to drill down for details like ART for each URL and the time taken by each URL to execute.

Status code details
Status code details

HTTP method

The pie-chart displays the distrubution of the number of request types (GET, POST) that were made by the REST API.

HTTP methods
HTTP methods

Click a pie to drill down to details, such as, ART, number of requests made, and response time for a URL.

HTTP method details
HTTP method details

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