GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2023
Must-Know Performance Metrics
Highlights: The Most Important Performance Metrics
- 1. Throughput
- 2. Response Time
- 3. Error Rate
- 4. Resource Utilization
- 5. Availability
- 6. Latency
- 7. Scalability
- 8. Capacity
- 9. Load time
- 10. Conversion Rate
- 11. Retention Rate
- 12. Churn Rate
- 13. Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
- 14. Mean Time to Repair (MTTR)
- 15. Customer Satisfaction Score (CSAT)
- 16. Net Promoter Score (NPS)
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Performance Metrics: Our Guide
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The number of transactions or tasks completed in a given time period. It helps to evaluate the efficiency of a system or process.
The time taken by a system or application to process a request and deliver a response. Lower response times indicate faster and more efficient performance.
The percentage of errors or incidents that occur during a specific time period or process. A lower error rate indicates higher quality and reliability of a system.
Resource utilization assesses how efficiently a system uses available resources for improved performance.
The period during which a system or service is operational and accessible to users. Higher availability indicates better system reliability and reduced downtime.
Latency is the delay between initiating and completing a process. Lower latency signifies faster and more efficient performance.
Scalability is a system’s ability to handle increased workloads while maintaining performance.
The maximum output or throughput that a system can handle without impacting its performance. Higher capacity values indicate a more robust system.
The time taken for a webpage or application to fully load ona device. Faster load times contribute to better user experience, efficiency, and conversion rate.
Conversion rate is the percentage of users completing a desired action, showing marketing effectiveness.
Retention rate is the percentage of customers or users continuing to use a product or service, reflecting satisfaction and loyalty.
Churn rate is the percentage of customers/users who stop using a product or service, reflecting satisfaction and performance.
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
The average time between failures or issues in a system or process. Higher MTBF values indicate more reliable and stable systems.
Mean Time To Repair (MTTR)
The average time taken to repair or fix a failure or issue in a system or process. Lower MTTR values indicate more efficient and streamlined maintenance processes.
Customer Satisfaction Score (CSAT)
CSAT is a metric measuring customer satisfaction. Higher scores signal better performance and greater satisfaction.
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