2.1. An Overview of RTI Application Performance Analysis
2.1.1. Metrics Dashboard
2.1.2. Metrics Analysis Charts
2.1.3. Lightweight Transaction Profiling
2.1.4. Deep-Dive Transaction Tracing
2.2. Metrics Dashboard
2.2.1. Select Platform, Resources and Metrics
2.2.2. Configuring the Dashboard
2.2.3. Opening a Saved Dashboard
2.3. Analyzing Resource Metrics
2.3.1. Select Platform, Resources, and Metrics
2.3.2. Configuring the Chart
2.3.3. Opening a Saved Chart
2.3.4. Viewing Transaction Response Time Samples
2.4. Lightweight Transaction Profiles
2.4.1. Viewing Transaction Profiles
2.4.2. Analyzing Transaction Profiles
2.4.3. Metrics Charts in the Transaction Profile View
2.4.4. Common Transaction Profile Work Flows
2.5. Deep Dive Performance Diagnostics
2.5.1. Enabling Transaction Deep Dive
2.5.2. Analyzing Deep Dive Trace Data
2.5.3. Common Deep Dive Analysis Work Flows
2.6. Analyzing Thread Dumps
2.6.1. Thread Timeline View
2.6.2. Thread CPU Timeline View
2.6.3. Thread Blocked Timeline View
2.6.4. Thread Waited Timeline View
2.6.5. Monitor Timeline View
2.6.6. Synchronizer Timeline View
2.7. Analyzing End-User Web Performance
2.7.1. Generating Data to be Analyzed
2.7.2. Starting the RTI Console
2.7.3. Analyzing Web Performance Data
2.7.4. What Data Did RTI Collect?
2.7.5. Deep Diving into RTI Web Events
2.7.6. Controlling and Exporting Browser Performance Data
2.8. Diagnosing Performance Bottlenecks in Your Automated Testing
2.8.1. Deep-Dive Tracing from JMeter
2.8.2. Deep-Dive Tracing from SoapUI
2.9. Using Statistical Profiling
2.9.1. Call Graph Tab
2.9.2. Stack Trace Tab
2.9.3. Method Summary Tab
2.9.4. Controls
2.9.5. Interpreting Statprof Results
This chapter provides information on how to analyze your application's performance using the RTI Console.

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