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abhinav v. asked ·

Can we get bandwidth of the monitored server used per user session?

We are using Dynatrace Oneagent in Managed in our organisation. Do we have a way through which we can get the amount of data sent to/from the server, in other words bandwidth utilization per session.

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Chad T. answered ·

you should be able to see the traffic:

I would think too you could see ti at the transaction level plus the Apdex of the user session and the waterfall analysis of the transactions


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