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Monitor: Overview
Monitor: Overview

Learn more about deployed pipelines’ general performance report screen

Written by Júlio César
Updated over a week ago

IMPORTANT: This documentation has been discontinued. Read the updated Monitor: Overview documentation on our new documentation portal.


The Overview tab offers more visibility and information to users, allowing a detailed and progressive follow-up of the performance of the main pipelines deployed in the environment (test or prod).

It’s possible to filter the 10 pipelines with the highest number of executions within the selected period and generate reports based on continuous monitoring, made from the moment a pipeline is deployed.

Environment select

On the upper left corner, it’s possible to choose the desired environment in the page at any given moment. When choosing the environment, the whole page is updated.

Period selector

On the right side there is the possibility to choose the desired period for the report, ranging from 15 minutes to 30 days.

Monitoring cards

Below there are a few important numbers regarding the chosen environment:

  • Pipelines: Number of created pipelines in the chosen realm..

  • Deployed: Number of deployed pipelines in the chosen environment.

  • Accounts: Number of Accounts created in the realm.

Monitoring graph

In the next section of the page will be displayed a graph made based on the pipelines’ performance.

It contains the success rates, errors, average time, and maximum and minimum execution times.

Individual report

Below it’s shown an individual report of the most executed pipelines

Each line contains the following information:

  • Pipelines’ name

  • Pipeline’s deployed version.

  • Execution’s average time.

  • Success: number of successful executions in the chosen period).

  • Error: number of unsuccessful executions in the chosen period).

  • Dynamic: a graphic representation of the relationship between success and error rates in the chosen period).

  • Actions: magnifying glass icon with a link to the Finalized Executions containing details about the executions of the selected pipeline.

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