View reports for AMD

You can monitor and identify key trends of your Adaptive Media Delivery (AMD) traffic.


Media Delivery Reports has been decommissioned

On 10/31/2023, ‚ÄčAkamai‚Äč decommissioned the legacy Media Delivery Reports user interface. As a result, some of the reports it offers are no longer available.

The reports covered below replace several of these reports. Also, you can check out the Delivery Reports Consolidation documentation for the affected reports and potential workarounds.

Use ‚ÄčAkamai Control Center‚Äč

‚ÄčAkamai‚Äč offers easy-to-use interfaces via the Reporting tool in ‚ÄčControl Center‚Äč .

  1. Go to ‚ėį > COMMON SERVICES > Traffic reports.

  2. Click the magnifying glass icon to expand the menu and list the available reports.

  3. Scroll down the list to the Traffic Reports and select any of the following:


    Cloud Interconnects Traffic

    View this report to estimate how much of your cloud origin egress traffic is successfully sent through Private Network Interconnects (PNIs).

    Origin Performance

    This report shows performance characteristics observed by ‚Äč‚ÄčAkamai‚Äč edge servers when making requests to your origin servers.

    Today's Traffic.

    This report provides hits, volume, bandwidth, and offload data for the most recent 48 hours.


    This is the default report. This report provides hits, volume, bandwidth, and offload data over time for Adaptive Media Delivery.

    Traffic - Carbon Calculator

    This report helps you get an idea of the emissions your ‚ÄčAkamai‚Äč traffic may be creating and the efficiency ‚ÄčAkamai‚Äč is applying to reduce these emissions.

    Traffic by Browser & OS

    This report provides information about what browser types and operating systems are generating traffic.

    Traffic by Geography

    This report returns traffic data based on the country or area where requests originated for your site or app.

    Traffic by Hostname

    The report offers data per end-user-requested hostname.

    URL Responses

    This report delivers HTTP response data by URL. HTTP URL data is stored only for URLs with at least 50 hits per day.

    URL Traffic

    This report delivers traffic data by URL. Data can be viewed based on the number of hits or bytes transferred.


Reports are available based on the services you use and your permissions in ‚ÄčControl Center‚Äč. See How to use reports for more details on using the Reporting tool.

Use the API

‚ÄčAkamai‚Äč offers the Reporting API that you can call to generate customized reports to meet your specific need.