In general, you can monitor the performance of your application using default parameters like response time, throughput, errors, exceptions, etc. However, to monitor how your users interact with your application or application-specific parameters, you need some additional metrics.
Consider a ticket booking application—its performance is monitored using the parameters mentioned above. But to monitor application-specific metrics such as the number of tickets booked in a day, the number of users logging in per minute, and the number of tickets booked per user, you'd need additional parameters.
This is where App Parameters comes in handy. With App Parameters, you can monitor application-specific metrics and unearth patterns that can help you make crucial decisions.
Here's how to get started with App Parameters.