Site Activity &Performance Analysis
Business & Performance DataData availability on Client Browser VS on Web Server
System Diagram
Site Activity Features Collects all Site Activity information (web site requests) Open & Simple SQL Server Storage Buil...
Site Activity Features Configurable Extra Data collection fields   – Cookie Value – according to cookie name   – HTTP Hea...
Extra Fields Data Can be filled according to configuration or at runtime.  Extra Fields – Configuration (header / cookie ...
Wizards Analysis Sample// Fill Extra Fields Data – For Creating Wizard   Analysis Reportcontext.Items["Performance Monitor...
Requests Filtering Filter what Requests (URLs) would be recorded.  Page Types Filtering (include & exclude rules)  <!-- m...
User Activity Analysis Report that shows all Requests of a specific User.
Unique Pages Analysis Report that shows Unique Page Visits. Support Unique Count For:   – All Requests Count   – Unique ...
Site Performance Analysis
Site Performance Analysis Collects all Site Activity information (site requests) Analyze Requests Process Time Designed...
Site Performance Analysis Enhanced Performance Reports Built-In monitoring for the Site Activity Module Developers Fram...
Request Life Cycle
Site Performance Analysis Report that analyze site pages, with highest process  time.
Action Types & Page Analysis Report that analyze a specific page. Page Statistics & All Page internal Actions Statistics.
Actions Analysis
Performance - Configuration Examples Requests Process Time Filtering <!-- filter only requests between Min-Max process tim...
Performance - Configuration Examples Enable On Screen Display (Off / On – by parameter / Always On) <!-- on screen diplay ...
Code Examples This example is for Reporting a Custom Action for a Page. Can be Reported from any code (site, referenced ...
Code Examples (continue…)Override Internal Parameters at runtime// Override Session IDcontext.Items["Performance Monitor -...
Code Examples (continue…)Override Internal Parameters at runtime// Override Monitor Sourcecontext.Items["Performance Monit...
RoadmapOn - Development Features
Planned Product Features
Planned Product Features (continue…) Centralized Exceptions Reporting   The ability to report an exception through Http C...
Planned Product Features (continue…) Support More Application Types  The framework is very open and flexible, and the sam...
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Site activity & performance analysis

  1. 1. Site Activity &Performance Analysis
  2. 2. Business & Performance DataData availability on Client Browser VS on Web Server
  3. 3. System Diagram
  4. 4. Site Activity Features Collects all Site Activity information (web site requests) Open & Simple SQL Server Storage Built-in Analysis Reports (simple & flexible reports creation) Configurable Requests Filter options HTTP Business Activity -> TAGS Business (BL)
  5. 5. Site Activity Features Configurable Extra Data collection fields – Cookie Value – according to cookie name – HTTP Header Value – according to header name – URL Request Parameter – according to parameter name Built-In Session ID and Request ID (GUIDs) Runtime override capabilities - Field/Parameter values
  6. 6. Extra Fields Data Can be filled according to configuration or at runtime. Extra Fields – Configuration (header / cookie / request) <!-- extra fields source (1-5) - cookie / header / request_param --> <add key="SiteActivityModules_Field_1_Source" value="cookie: MyCookie"/> <add key="SiteActivityModules_Field_2_Source" value=“header: MyHeader"/> Extra Fields – filled at runtime // context = HttpContext.Current.Context context.Items["Performance Monitor -> Field 1"] = “Value 1"; context.Items["Performance Monitor -> Field 2"] = “Value 2";
  7. 7. Wizards Analysis Sample// Fill Extra Fields Data – For Creating Wizard Analysis Reportcontext.Items["Performance Monitor -> Field 1"] = “WIZARD"; // Type = Wizardcontext.Items["Performance Monitor -> Field 2"] = “Wizard #1"; // Wizard Namecontext.Items["Performance Monitor -> Field 3"] = “1"; // Wizard Step Number
  8. 8. Requests Filtering Filter what Requests (URLs) would be recorded. Page Types Filtering (include & exclude rules) <!-- monitored page types --> <add key="SiteActivityModules_PageTypes" value=".aspx ; .asmx"/> <add key="SiteActivityModules_PageTypesExclude" value=".css ; .js"/> URL Templates Filtering (any part of url string) <!-- filter urls that include/exclude templates (xxx ; yyy ; zzz) --> <add key="SiteActivityModules_UrlsInclude" value="page2.aspx ; …"/> <add key="SiteActivityModules_UrlsExclude" value="page3.aspx ; …"/> Requests Filtering – at runtime context.Items["Performance Monitor -> Page Is Monitored"] = false;
  9. 9. User Activity Analysis Report that shows all Requests of a specific User.
  10. 10. Unique Pages Analysis Report that shows Unique Page Visits. Support Unique Count For: – All Requests Count – Unique Requests For Session – Unique Requests For User
  11. 11. Site Performance Analysis
  12. 12. Site Performance Analysis Collects all Site Activity information (site requests) Analyze Requests Process Time Designed for Production Environments  No Code Changes  No .NET Profiling (production environments)  No Client side Java Script injection  Batch Process for Logs Loading to SQL Server
  13. 13. Site Performance Analysis Enhanced Performance Reports Built-In monitoring for the Site Activity Module Developers Framework for Actions & Activities Reporting
  14. 14. Request Life Cycle
  15. 15. Site Performance Analysis Report that analyze site pages, with highest process time.
  16. 16. Action Types & Page Analysis Report that analyze a specific page. Page Statistics & All Page internal Actions Statistics.
  17. 17. Actions Analysis
  18. 18. Performance - Configuration Examples Requests Process Time Filtering <!-- filter only requests between Min-Max process time (milliseconds) --> <add key="SiteActivityModules_MinProcessTimeToCapture" value="0"/> <add key="SiteActivityModules_MaxProcessTimeToCapture" value="1000"/>
  19. 19. Performance - Configuration Examples Enable On Screen Display (Off / On – by parameter / Always On) <!-- on screen diplay of page request information--> <add key="SiteActivityModules_OnScreenDisplay" value="0"/> Example of data showed on page: Site Activity Monitor - Request Information: Begin Request|Start Page Monitor|203|634954898520043462| ; milliseconds from last action = 0 SQL Call | SQL Activity #4 | 180 | 634954898522303591 | ; milliseconds from last action = 226 Service Call | WCF Call | 140 | 634954898523703671 | ; milliseconds from last action = 140 Service Call | Web Service Call | 150 | 634954898525203757 | ; milliseconds from last action = 150 SQL Call | SQL Activity #5 | 180 | 634954898527503889 | ; milliseconds from last action = 230 End Request|Finish Page Monitor|998|634954898528023919| ; milliseconds from last action = 52
  20. 20. Code Examples This example is for Reporting a Custom Action for a Page. Can be Reported from any code (site, referenced dlls…) that contains Request’s HttpContext Report Action – From Anywhere with HTTP Context Available // Action data format: // context = HttpContext.Current.Context // Action Type | Action Name | Process time in ms | ts (in ticks) | extras if (context.Items["Performance Monitor -> Page Actions"] != null) (context.Items["Performance Monitor -> Page Actions"]) .Add(string.Format("{0} | {1} | {2} | {3} | {4}", actionType,actionName,processTimeInMs.ToString(), DateTime.Now.Ticks.ToString(),extraData));
  21. 21. Code Examples (continue…)Override Internal Parameters at runtime// Override Session IDcontext.Items["Performance Monitor -> Session ID"] = “XYZ…";// Override Current User Namecontext.Items["Performance Monitor -> User Name"] = “User 1";// Override File Namecontext.Items["Performance Monitor -> File Name"] = “Custom File Name";// Override Url Paramscontext.Items["Performance Monitor -> Url Params"] = “Custom Url Params";// Override Full Urlcontext.Items["Performance Monitor -> Full Url"] = “My Custom Url";
  22. 22. Code Examples (continue…)Override Internal Parameters at runtime// Override Monitor Sourcecontext.Items["Performance Monitor -> Monitor Source"] = “My Source";// Filter Current Requestcontext.Items["Performance Monitor -> Page Is Monitored"] = false;
  23. 23. RoadmapOn - Development Features
  24. 24. Planned Product Features
  25. 25. Planned Product Features (continue…) Centralized Exceptions Reporting The ability to report an exception through Http Context, includes all exception details. The framework will be responsible to update all data on the System’s centralized storage, and enable to generate exceptions reports (includes all request data) Centralized Audit Reporting The ability to report audit actions (users audit, business activity…) through Http Context. The framework will be responsible to update all data on the System’s centralized storage, and enable to generate audit reports Centralized Event Log The ability to report event log actions (Debug, Information, Warnings & Critical) through Http Context. The framework will be responsible to update all data on the System’s centralized storage, and enable to generate event log reports
  26. 26. Planned Product Features (continue…) Support More Application Types The framework is very open and flexible, and the same concept of web site pages & in-page actions reporting (both business activity & performance) can be adjusted to other application types (Windows Services, Mobile, Win Forms, WPF…). The framework would provide a static global object (Http Context equivalent) that would handle all internal processing Enhancing Current Framework Flexibility – Advanced requests data extraction (complex post data, xml structures…) through regular expressions, custom extraction code, and more… – Navigate specific requests (for example with exceptions) to other log files – that would get extracted online to centralized storage – SQL Provider – online logs extraction to centralized storage – In Memory Statistics – especially for performance reports

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