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
Open the browser application in which you are interested.
On the left navigation bar, click Configuration.
Click Instrumentation >.
From the Settings tab, find the Thresholds for Slow End User Experience section.
Configure Browser RUM Threshold Rules
- Select the relevant radio button to indicate whether the threshold is based on standard deviations or static values.
- Type the values in the fields or select them using the scrollbars for one or more of the following:
- Slow greater than
- Very slow greater than
- Stall greater than
- Click Save.