Feature Idea: Portal response time comparison table - daily/weekly basis

Hello Experts -
Looking for tabular display of comparing our web-portal response times for customer requests. After we do a deployment, want to compare the response times observed pre-deployment and post-deployment. To find out what is the delta increase/decrease of response times. Is it possible to do this with NewRelic ?


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Pretty sure your best way to do that is to use the COMPARE WITH capability, https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/query-data/nrql-new-relic-query-language/getting-started/nrql-syntax-clauses-functions#sel-compare

Thanks for the response, this compare with option gives either json response or billboard.
What I’m looking for is the tabular output as I get when I tried without the compare with option.

Deployment markers provide a way to view the differences pre and post deployments.

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Hey @lakshmanarajan.savad - Compare with won’t return table data. For the most helpful information from pre-post deployment of APM apps, Stefan’s suggestion of Deployment markers would be best.

Deployment markers show 90 minutes before, and after the deployment, showing you the performance impact. I made a quick video on this recently, feel free to check that out here.

There is actually a feature request similar to your requirement @lakshmanarajan.savad. Go and add your vote.

Edited to add: @RyanVeitch if we could have the feature request for tabular COMPARE WITH, I would definitely vote for it . The current functionality of having to create a widget per Transaction or PageView you are analysing is very time consuming.

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Yup! I’ll get that filed and attached to this post, feel free to add in your vote at the top of this thread.

Thanks @RyanVeitch. I’ve added my vote :+1:

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Fantastic :smiley: Cheers!!