Constantly adding refinements and new features based on user feedback, the latest version of Qloudstat now allows to invert filters. Select not equals from the Filter dropdown menu to select all values not matching. The exclusion of certain dimension values is certainly handy when wanting to drill down on minor events.
Qloudstat allows you to draw quick conclusions about individual dimension values (such as a single resource in your container) by selecting an entry in the value result list. We now also allow to filter these table results with a custom input supporting the ? and * glob patterns to match dimension values that fit the input pattern.
To give an example consider you want to have the metrics for all files that are stored in a container with a given prefix or suffix only. Navigate to the URI dimension analytics page of your report and enter a glob pattern such as */5902/*.png to only list URIs that contain this pattern in their path. This is quite useful to filter versioned resources or limit the result list to files that are served from a specific location in your bucket or CDN origin.
The dimension values list supports multi-selection which gives you a simple way to bring the selected values in relation. When selecting multiple values a pie chart next to the table shows up with the percentage of each value compared to all selected ones.
Update: The filter with search patterns now also works for enumerated dimension values such as HTTP status code.