You can add a pulse on Pulses section.
After you add a pulse, you can see the pulse URL on Pulses section. Find your pulse, click on the three dots and click on Copy URL. Or you can click on the pulse to see the overview and copy the URL from the overview tab.
Your pulse expects a periodic beat after you send the first request.
You send parameters in integer or string form for your pulse to validate.
💡 Learn more about parameter validation and use of relation expressions on Parameter validation.
You can update an existing pulse on the Pulses section.
An update pauses a pulse until the next beat. Your pulse gets active with the next request as usual. You see a name change instantaneously on the web application.
You can pause an active pulse on the Pulses section.
You can delete an existing pulse on the Pulses section.
We visualize the results collected on our web application. You can see a general overview of the performance of a pulse on the Pulses section. When you click on the pulse you want to analyze, you can see the basic metrics.
You can review the information on different tabs for the time duration of your choice. The time duration is set to last 24 hours by default. You can change it from the Display dropdown list.
On the Overview tab, you can see the performance metrics of the pulse.
On the Incidents tab, registered incidents are listed with date and cause information.
On the Beats tab, you can see the whole list of the requests received for this pulse and the parameters sent within the requests.