The wow map provides a quick overview of the usage of your website across the globe. Each bump on the map represents the usage and data distribution spreading in this geographical region. The wider the bump, the larger the throughput acheived in this region. Also a tall bump represents a high number of requests from this geographical region.
The graphs on the dashboard are designed to bring a clear overview of the content distribution system in use on your website.
The throughput graph shows the speed at which each provider is delivering your content to the visitors of your website. The values displayed are the average for one hour. To put it into simple terms, the higher the throughput, the faster the elements of your website loads.
On the y-axis of this graph the upper and lower values are the highest and lowest throughput acheived. The dotted line represents the average throughput.
This graph gives an overview of the time taken to load the images of your website. Like the throughput graph, the values displayed are the average for one hour. Because the loadtime represents the time the visitors of your website are waiting for images to laod, lower is (much) better. In order to reduce the loadtime as much as possible, Greta always picks the route that is the fastest.
In the same fashion as the throughput graph, the upper and lower values on the y-axis are the highest and lowest loadtime acheived. The dotted line also represents the average loadtime.
The pageview graph simply shows how many times the pages of your websites were visited. The figures displayed are the sum of all the visitors for one hour.
On this graph, the maximum and minimum are represented by the round popups. Hovering the graph will display the value for each time period.
The request graph shows how many requests were handled by each provider, per hour. This graph represents the amount of time a visitor loads a content through each provider, independently of the size of the payload carried.
In the same fashion as the pageviews graph, the maximum and minimum are represented by the round popups, and you can also hover it to have each value for each time period.
This graph shows the amount of data delivered by each provider, in percentage per provider. The figure displayed up to the bar chart is the total payload carried for 24 hours. A higher value from a provider indicates that this provider delivered more content through its distribution pipes than another.
This graph simply shows the web-browers usage among the visitor of your website, in percentage of the total for 24 hours.