Section: Dashboards

Dashboard - worldPing Endpoint: |--- DNS

The DNS dashboard accepts one endpoint and multiple probes, allowing you to isolate and investigate issues down to a single probe or tag group of probes. Health (Last): The health check is the last state of the selected time range. Uptime: This percentage shows the average DNS uptime of the selected time range. Answers: This singlestat panel shows average DNS answer across selected probes for the time range. Latency: This singlestat panel shows the average latency across selected probes for the time range.

Dashboard - worldPing Endpoint: |--- Ping

The ping dashboard accepts one endpoint and multiple probes, allowing you to isolate and investigate issues down to a single probe or tag group of probes. Over the selected time range: Health (Last): The health check is the last state of the selected time range. Uptime: This percentage shows the average ping uptime of the selected time range. Packet Loss: The packet loss singlestat panel shows average packet loss across all selected probes for the time range.

Dashboard - worldPing Endpoint: |--- Web

The web dashboard accepts one endpoint and multiple probes, allowing you to isolate and investigate issues down to a single probe or tag group of probes. The dashboard defaults to showing HTTP, but HTTPS may be selected via Protocol in the dashboard variables selector. Health (Last): The health check is the last state of the selected time range. Uptime: This percentage shows the average ping uptime of the selected time range.

Dashboard - worldPing Events

The worldPing Events dashboard provides the raw log data returned from each probe. This dashboard can be filered by endpoint, probe, protocol and severity (OK + ERROR). Each time a probe reports an error, a record will be added, however OKs will only be added when a probe returns to an OK state. The event dashboard is particularly useful for seeing the raw events reported from the probe. Template Variables: The template variables available to the Events dashboard are endpoint, probe, monitor type (also known as check type), and severity (OKs and Errors).

Dashboard - worldPing Probes

The probe summary accepts one probe and multiple endpoints. This dashboard is very useful for isolation a single probe and comparing performance of multiple endpoints. The summary dashboard will always show all 4 checks: DNS, Ping, HTTP and HTTPS. If a check is not enabled for any of the selected endpoints, the message No datapoints will appear. Uptime: The uptime value is the average ok_state over the selected time range presented as a percentage.

Dashboard - worldPing: Endpoint Summary

The summary dashboard provide a top level view of a single endpoint, showing uptime percentages, error counts and response times per probe. If a check is not enabled, the message No Datapoints will appear. Uptime: The uptime values are the average ok_state over the selected time range. Errors: The error bars show the OK and Errors over the selected time range. Performance by check: The performance by check panels show data for selected probes, on a per probe basis, for the selected endpoint.

raintank Dashboards

worldPing ships with a handful of starter dashboards to help you view and act on your data. These dashboards are read-only, and are updated frequently. To modify dashboards, click the gear icon in the dashboard header and select Save As…. Once a copy has been made, the dashboard is fully within your control - raintank updates will not impact your dashboards. Dashboard Organization The bulk of dashboards are centered on individual endpoints.