Steve: So the first dashboard we call the Site dashboard.
Steve: So that's going to be whatever the name is-
Mark: Put your name on it.
Steve: Yeah. So what do we have in there?
Mark: So we got performance budgets, is kind of the big one here, so you go into your settings and you define the matrix that you really care about, and this depends a little bit what mode you're in. If you're in development mode, it's probably all about the size of your CCs, how many images, how many requests, how big those images are, and you're monitoring those things. So [00:00:30] jump into your settings, define those budgets, and they'll all appear here on this dashboard.
And that's really there to help you guys as a team, decide what are the really important matrix, and use those throughout your project. And when you define those, then you get alerts. So you cross a particular threshold, you can either set a hard threshold, saying about 100K for your CCs or you can define a percentage change. Let me know when my CCs changes by 20% and we'll send you e-mails, [00:01:00] we'll push it out to Slack, we'll push it out into the various kind of web huts.
Steve: And we have kind of standard set of metrics that you can pick from for these alerts, for these budget thresholds-
Steve: So you can track the user experience of those critical design elements in the page.
Mark: Yeah. So they big image for a product. And the other big thing is that you can pull [00:02:30] those events through into Rome as well, so it's a wonderful thing to do. It's that deciding, "Hey, what's important to us? And let's instrument that." So, go do it!