Report Tab

Report tab gives you an in-depth analysis of your Thundra usages. In this analysis you can display how you are using your Thundra account, is your plan is sufficient or not and which functions consume your limits mostly.

You can navigate to reports tab firstly opening user profile selection and navigating to billing page then selecting report tab.

Following sections are displayed in report tab:

  • Usage Details

  • Request Count Graph

  • Data Usage Graph

  • Resourceful Applications

Usage Details

The Usage Profile shows all the information pertinent to your account and its usage. This includes the following:

  • Current Plan - Indicating the plan you are subscribed to at the moment.

  • Renewal Date - Indicating the next billing date to continue with the current subscription.

  • Used Invocation - Indicating the number of invocations you are limited to as per your current plan and the number of invocations made so far, as well as the percentage of overall used invocations.

  • Used Data - Indicating the amount of data you are limited to as per your current plan and the amount of data consumed so far, as well as the percentage of overall used data.

Request Count Graph

This graph visualizes your Thundra usages in terms of your invocation counts. It provides you an illustration to see at what periods in your billing cycle you make most request and at what periods you did not utilize your Thundra monitoring to the fullest.

Request Count Graph

Data Usage Graph

This graph visualizes your Thundra usages in terms of data amount that you sent to Thundra. It provides you an illustration to see at what periods in your billing cycle you consume the most data and at what periods you did not utilize your Thundra monitoring to the fullest.

Resourceful Applications

This table gives you insight about which applications consume most data on your Thundra account. 10 resourceful applications are listed here in terms of data usages. Using this data you can pinpoint most costly functions/containers and their invocations, log, metic and trace data.

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