Microsoft Azure - A1 v2 Web Performance Metrics, Dec 27 2018

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These are the web server and system metrics measured on Microsoft Azure, A1 v2 between December 27, 2018 18:00 and December 28, 2018 00:00 UTC.

  • Num requests is the number of requests processed by the web application during the interval.
  • Average Resptime ms is the average latency of HTTP requests served by the web application (milliseconds).
  • DB Resptime ms is the average time spent executing database queries for each HTTP request (milliseconds).
  • P95 and P99 are percentiles. They are respectively the response times for the 5% and 1% slowest HTTP requests served during the interval.

Started at Duration seconds Num requests Average Resptime ms P95 total ms P99 total ms DB Resptime ms Cpu idle Cpu steal Iowait
23:00 3600 3067 182 370 525 15 81.77 0.00 1.18
22:00 3600 5192 171 370 525 14 76.93 0.00 0.44
21:00 3600 4333 196 390 550 15 79.11 0.00 0.28
20:00 3600 6218 189 410 575 16 73.80 0.00 0.24
19:00 3600 3914 201 440 625 17 82.40 0.00 0.36
18:00 3600 2835 190 400 600 18 80.99 0.00 0.88

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