On this page you will find more real-time information that is very valuable for your business. Unlike the historic, analytics retains data for the past 36 hours (to view older information, you can consult the historic section).

It can be filtered according to your needs, but the previous hour filter it is applied by default. The maximum period that can be applied for filtering is six hours.

The panel can be customized according to your needs. It displays the following options.

You will also find the requests and bandwidth information.

Hit ratio graphs are then displayed, which include all the cache efficiency information. The missed objects are displayed, along with the expired objects and stale objects. As a whole, depending on the settings, the entire response time of the requests can be displayed.

The following graphs display the response codes of all the requests received by the site and the geographical location from where these requests are sent.

The following graphics show every response code returned to the requests received and the geographical origin of this requests.

The following graphs display the protocol being used (HTTPS or HTTP) and the source of the requests in terms of devices.

Requests by country and the most requested URLs per site are found here.

The next graph displays all the purges performed by clients through the panel. Next to it is the table of all the contents of each site, how many requests it receives, and how much bandwidth it consumes.

All this is displayed in the status codes graph, and the referrer table displays the URLs from where the requests are sent.

The IP address table shows the IPs from where the requests are sent. The content type graph, on the other hand, displays information on the contents of each site.

Remember that everything you can do from our dashboard, you can do from our API.

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