Basic Analytics

FireHydrant's Analytics dashboards provide holistic insights about your incidents, active responders, and affected environments and services. Using the dashboard is a quick and easy way to track key metrics on your incidents and see where you can improve your process.

Click Analytics in the left nav. On the Analytics page, you can drill down into the following reports:

  • Retrospectives
  • Severities
  • Accumulative
  • Responders
  • Environment
  • Services
  • Functionalities

Filtering report results

For all analytics reports, you can dive deeper into results using various of filtering options:

  • Priority
  • Severity
  • Current Milestone
  • Infrastructure (functionalities, services, or environments)
  • Assigned Teams
  • Attached Runbooks
  • Incident Tags
  • Date Range

Note: Inclusion of private incidents in analytics is determined by your user permissions.


Healthiness is calculated by:

(mean time to mitigation * incidents) / time window

The 'time window' is the impacted time of an incident, or how long an incident was open before being mitigated. As an example, if you have an incident for a given service that was declared at noon, mitigated at 1 pm, and resolved at 2 pm, the healthiness for that service would be 50% for the window between noon to 2 pm.

Last updated on 12/6/2023