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A service page takes advantage of consistent metric tagging to automatically produce queries for common compute and RPC metrics values, generates data visualization panels based on those queries that you can interactively explore, and lists the status of related monitors.
Click Edit service to update the following values:
- Service name: Change the service name. This value defaults to the name discovered by Chronosphere.
- Parent team: Set a team to own the service.
- Select a notification policy: Choose an optional notification policy.
- Service description: Add a description of your service to help others understand the service's purpose.
Service page contents can't be directly modified or customized. Chronosphere maintains these views for you as a streamlined entry point to a service's metrics.
If you require more customization than a service page provides, you can create a dashboard, write your own queries, or configure your own data visualization panels. If you need a more customizable home page for a team or collection, see Team and Collection home pages.
The service page exposes the queries that it uses for the data visualization panels. You can copy and paste them into the Metrics Explorer or a dashboard you've created and modify them as needed.
Service pages support global filters.
The service page header contains links to the service's related team and a dropdown to select a different service.
The service page also contains these columns:
- The primary column displays data visualization panels for compute metrics and RPC metrics (if available), controls for filtering these panels (including by time span), and a list of all monitors related to the service (along with their statuses).
- The sidebar column collects links to related resources, which can include traces in the Trace Explorer, change events in the Changes Explorer, and dashboards.
Each service displays visualization panels populated with queries for commonly tracked metrics.
CPU Metrics panels visualize CPU Usage, Memory Usage, and Network Usage for all pods with metrics tagged for this service.
RPC Metrics panels visualize Requests per second, Errors per second, and Duration P99 (slowest request in the 99th percentile of requests).
You can filter metrics by labels and their values. To view and set filters for available labels:
- Click the Filter dropdown. This displays a list of all labels and selectable values for them.
- Click a label value to select it. This filters all queries in the service page's visualization panels to display only the metrics with those label values.
If any filters are active, they appear as a list of labels and values in the Filter field. To remove a filter, click the X button on that filter in the list.
A service page's visualization panels display data as time-series line charts, which are interactive.
- Hold the pointer over lines in a chart to view data at that point.
- Click a line to pin the data view at that point. Click Show All in the view to toggle between showing only the selected line and all lines at that point in time.
- Click and drag a region in the chart to narrow the view to a time range. Selecting a time range modifies all panels simultaneously, which helps you correlate data across the different types of data displayed on the page.
You can also select a time range by clicking the calendar icon , which displays either a list of time ranges or the option to define a custom range.
You can filter each group of panels collectively. You can filter CPU Metrics by pod and RPC Metrics by service, method, and response code.
To filter the panels:
- For CPU Metrics, click the pod dropdown. For RPC metrics, click the grpc_service, grpc_method, and grpc_code dropdowns.
- Select one or more pods from the list, or select All to show all pods.
Each panel's visualization uses an automatically generated metrics query. You can't modify the query or visualization type in this view. To edit and inspect a panel's query and examine its results in a larger view, you can open it in the Metrics Explorer.
You can also copy the query from the Metrics Explorer and paste it into other tools, including a visualization panel on a dashboard.
To open a panel's query in the Metrics Explorer:
- Click the three vertical dots icon in the panel you want to explore.
- In the menu that appears, click Open in Metrics Explorer.