~Baseline Status~

Baseline Status provides the details of the current status of the baseline for a selected monitored attribute including the different split baselines.

  • Baselines: Lists the baselines that were created according to the defined split order. The Global baseline is shown first, and the different splits appear below it.
  • Quality: Once the minimum number of measurements are available for creation of a baseline, the baseline is created and gets a quality grade. The quality of the baseline impacts the quality of detection, since a baseline that has Low quality may create more false positives than a High quality baseline. A baseline is defined as Low quality if it has a very high STD and/or was calculated using a low number of measurements.
  • Average: The average of the all measurements used to create the baseline.
  • STD: The standard deviation for the measurements used to create the baseline. When calculating a specific percentile for detection, a number of STDs are added to the average to calculate the value.
  • Major Deviation: The baseline percentile that is defined in the detection settings for Major deviation of measurements. If baseline detection is not defined, no value is displayed.
  • Minor Deviation: The baseline percentile that is defined in the detection settings for Major deviation of measurements. If baseline detection is not defined, no value is displayed.
  • Last Updated: Date and time that the baseline was last calculated.