This page explains peer activity section of the console reports
Peer activity section allows you to see when your users actually stream content and where is your usage prime time.
Please note: this differs from Peer provision report as:
Provisioned peer – User has launched the app(it can be idle)
Active peer – User has launched the app and is actively streaming content
This page shows Active peers history
Example of Peer provision report
The “Start date” and “End date” define the report start and end dates to display.
Fetch report button updates the report after selecting the dates. By default a report for the last week is shown.
Stream selection allows you to see activity for specific stream or as in example a combined activity of all video streams.
Using the Activity History graph you can see when your users stream content. You can as well easily select different streams to compare popularity of different video titles over time.
“Weekdays for day average” and “Activity daily average”
You may be interested to see how much your users stream content on different weekdays. People tend to services in different ways depending on the weekday.
For example, during the working week days people tend to use OTT services later at the evening after the work while during weekend OTT usage is more spread throughout the day.
If you would like to see an user activity for specific weekdays, select those weekdays and fetch the report. The bottom graph will show you how many users on average are streaming content during selected weekdays.
For example, if we would like to see many users on average are streaming on Saturdays in January we will set:
Start date 1st of January of that year
End date 31st of January of that year
Only select the Saturday checkbox.