Image Converter reports

Image Converter Traffic report

The image stored on the origin server, is transformed as it passes through the ​Akamai​ network. The Image Converter Traffic report presents data about traffic and bandwidth associated with supported image formats: JPG, GIF, and PNG.

Data granularity
This report only shows daily data.

Filters
Select at least one required filter in every report. For optional filters, making no selection returns all associated data for that filter.

  • CP code (required). Content provider (CP) codes let you segment your delivered content for tracking and reporting purposes. All CP codes have ties to one or more services, which are tracked and reported under that CP code.

Metrics
You can choose to view this report by hits or by volume.
Hits and bytes data includes information for three data categories:
- Converted. The Content Adaptation Engine processed the image with no failures.
- Fail-Over. An attempt to process the image failed. Instead, the origin returned the original, unaltered image to the requesting browser.
- Non-Converted. The edge server provided an unaltered image because the request URL contained no Image Converter commands. Note that if you are also using the Adaptive Image Compression (AIC) module, this category includes JPG images altered using AIC.

  • Image request hits. The number of requests for images configured to use Image Converter.

  • Maximum hits/sec. The highest rate of requests for images configured to use Image Converter.

  • Latest hits/sec. The most recent rate of requests for images configured to use Image Converter.

  • Image request bytes. The bandwidth used for requests for images configured to use Image Converter.

  • Maximum image request bits/sec. The highest bandwidth per second used for requests for images configured to use Image Converter.

  • Latest image request bits/sec. The most recent bandwidth per second used for requests for images configured to use Image Converter.

  • Converted hits. The number of requests when the Content Adaptation Engine processed the image with no failures.

  • Maximum converted hits. The highest number of requests when the Content Adaptation Engine processed the image with no failures for the selected date range.

  • Converted bytes. The bandwidth used for requests when the Content Adaptation Engine processed the image with no failures.

  • Maximum converted bytes. The highest bandwidth used for a request in which Content Adaptation Engine processed the image with no failures for the selected date range.

  • Fail-over hits. The number of requests when attempts to process the image failed. Instead, the origin returned the original, unaltered image to the requesting browser.

  • Maximum fail-over hits. The highest number of requests when attempts to process the image failed. Instead, the origin returned the original, unaltered image to the requesting browser for the selected date range.

  • Fail-over bytes. The bandwidth used for requests when attempts to process the image failed. Instead, the origin returned the original, unaltered image to the requesting browser.

  • Maximum fail-over bytes. The highest bandwidth used for a request when attempts to process the image failed. Instead, the origin returned the original, unaltered image to the requesting browser for the selected date range.

  • Non-converted hits. The number of requests where the edge servers provided unaltered images because the request URL didn't contain Image Converter commands. Note that if you are also using the Adaptive Image Compression (AIC) module, this category includes JPG images altered using AIC.

  • Maximum non-converted hits. The highest number of requests where the edge servers provided an unaltered image because the request URL didn't contain Image Converter commands. Note that if you are also using the AIC module, this category includes JPG images altered using AIC for the selected date range.

  • Non-converted bytes. The bandwidth used for requests in which the edge server provided an unaltered image because the request URL contained no Image Converter commands. Note that if you are also using the AIC module, this category includes JPG images altered using AIC.

  • Maximum non-converted bytes. The highest bandwidth used for requests when the edge server provided an unaltered image because the request URL didn't contain Image Converter commands. Note that if you are also using the AIC module, this category includes JPG images altered using AIC for the selected date range.

Image Converter URL report

The Image Converter feature lets you graphically manipulate an image through application programming interface (API) commands appended to that image's URL. The image, stored on the origin server, changes as it passes through the ​Akamai​ network. The Image Converter URL report presents the top URLs with traffic and bandwidth associated with supported image formats: JPG, GIF, and PNG.

Data granularity
This report shows daily data only.

Filters
Select at least one required filter in every report. For optional filters, making no selection returns all associated data for that filter.

  • CP code (required). Content provider (CP) codes let you segment your delivered content for
    tracking and reporting purposes. All CP codes have ties to one or more services, which are tracked and reported under that CP code.

  • URL string. The portion of a URL with report data you want to see. You can put limits on the search with a custom string search (using the following match criteria: Contains, Starts with, Ends with, Does not contain, Does not start with, Does not end with, Match a regular expression, Does not match a regular expression, or Is an exact match ). You can also add a URL pattern to match, such as a file type extension or part of a directory name.

Metrics
The Top URLs list shows the most requested URLs or the URLs that generated the highest bandwidth (bytes).

  • URL. The URL of the requested image.

  • Hits. The number of requests for the associated URL.

  • Bytes. The bandwidth used during the request for the associated URL.


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