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AI-powered hitmap pattern alerts

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Alerts are sent by automatically recognizing application distribution patterns through machine learning. You can quickly and accurately recognize issues without setting complex conditions. Numerous hitmap patterns have been learned, and you can receive an alert when a pattern similar to the learned pattern occurs in the real-time data.

Hitmap Pattern


For more information about the hitmap and its patterns, see the following.

Default options

  • Detection exclusion time: Patterns out of the set time are ignored.

  • Silent: This option can prevent excessive alert notifications from happening. No alerts are sent for the selected period after the first alert notification is generated. In addition, they are not recorded in Event History.

  • Save: The settings are saved and applied.

Hitmap Pattern

You can set the alerts to be sent when any of the following hitmap patterns occur. This alert can be enabled or disabled by selecting the toggle buttons for each item.

  • Hitmap horizontal pattern: A pattern in which multiple transactions end within a specific time. Timeout or delay occurs when resources are acquired or making external HTTPS calls.

    Horizontal line pattern

  • Hitmap vertical pattern: This is a pattern where the transactions with different call times end at the same time point. There is a temporary bottleneck in common resources used by transactions.

    Vertical line pattern

  • Hitmap flying pattern: Shortage of specific resources or common resources such as logs, causes a wave-like pattern at intervals.

    Flying pattern

  • Hitmap overload pattern: Temporary problems with all or part of response results cause a pattern of transient transaction crowding.

    Overload pattern

  • Hitmap flood pattern: If excessive transactional requests or load occur, an overall pattern of increase in the response time appears.

    Flood pattern


For more information about the hitmap and its patterns, see the following.