Supported Metrics

Supported metrics by providers. Two dimensional queries allow to drill down on a dimension value and plot these against a second dimension to visualize the combined metrics.


Amazon S3

Amazon CloudFront

Amazon CloudFront Streaming

Amazon Elastic Load Balancer

Rackspace Cloudfiles (Akamai CDN)
Hits
API hits

Any request made to a resource regardless of the status response code or completion status of the transfer.

Bandwidth Outbound
API bandwidth_outbound

Data transfer out from the service provider. Bandwidth and pricing metrics are calculated from the content length without protocol overhad and will mismatch slightly with actually billed data.

Bandwidth Inbound
API bandwidth_inbound

Data transfer in to the service provider. Bandwidth and pricing metrics are calculated from the content length without protocol overhad and will mismatch slightly with actually billed data.

Cost Request
API cost_request

Request Pricing. Bandwidth and pricing metrics are calculated from the content length without protocol overhad and will mismatch slightly with actually billed data.

Cost Data Transfer
API cost_transfer

Data Transfer Pricing. Bandwidth and pricing metrics are calculated from the content length without protocol overhad and will mismatch slightly with actually billed data.

Turnaround Time
API turnaroundtime

The number of milliseconds that Amazon S3 spent processing your request. This value is measured from the time the last byte of your request was received until the time the first byte of the response was sent.

Total Time
API totaltime

The number of milliseconds the request was in flight from the server's perspective. This value is measured from the time your request is received to the time that the last byte of the response is sent. Measurements made from the client's perspective might be longer due to network latency.

Partial Transfers
API partial_transfer

Requests with the number of bytes transferred smaller than the actual file size.

Complete Transfers
API complete_transfer

Requests with the number of bytes transferred equal to the actual file size.