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You can configure the thresholds that define slow, very slow, and stalled end-user requests. These thresholds are used to trigger browser snapshots. See Transaction Thresholds for a detailed discussion about static, dynamic, percentage, and standard deviation thresholds.

You can define Browser Monitoring thresholds as one of the following:

  • a multiple of the standard deviation. The default standard deviation threshold duration is two hours. For example: "Experience is slow if end-user response time is slower than 3 X the standard deviation." 
  • a static value; For example: "Experience is stalled if end-user response time is slower than 30000 ms."

The default thresholds are:

  • Slow = 3 x standard deviation
  • Very Slow = 4 x standard deviation
  • Stalled = 45000 ms

Access Browser RUM Threshold Rules

  1. Open the browser application in which you are interested.

  2. On the left navigation bar, click Configuration.

  3. Click Instrumentation >.

  4. From the Settings tab, find the Thresholds for Slow End User Experience section.

Configure Browser RUM Threshold Rules

  1. Select the relevant radio button to indicate whether the threshold is based on standard deviations or static values.
  2. Type the values in the fields or select them using the scrollbars for one or more of the following:
    1. Slow greater than
    2. Very slow greater than 
    3. Stall greater than 
  3. Click Save.