TL;DR: Get granular insights into how your Gadget apps are using resources with the new usage reports.
Usage and data reports in Gadget just got an upgrade. You’re now able to see exactly how your projects are consuming your cloud resources, optimize your app performance, and avoid paying for resources you don't need with the new reports dashboard.
Transparency into resource usage isn’t just about seeing what your app is doing; it’s about giving you the insights to make smarter decisions, and understanding how your app is consuming resources is crucial to optimizing its performance. Whether you're a solo developer or a Shopify plus agency, Gadget lets you scale based on your needs, giving you transparency and control over all of your projects.
Break down request time by source, whether that’s specific projects, triggers, or even by Shopify shop domain. The new reports give you a day-to-day overview of request time, segmented by environment, triggers, or both. This granular view allows you to pinpoint exactly where your resources are going so you can make informed decisions to streamline your app's performance and identify inefficient code or processes that are consuming excessive resources.
Understanding your data storage has never been easier. Now, you can view your project data usage in breakdowns by day and source. You can even get as granular as specific data models or see the storage for each application. We hope this will help you manage your storage needs effectively, so you only pay for what you use.
For applications with heavy user interactions or data transfers, it’s now even easier to maintain optimal performance. You can monitor the type of network traffic that’s using the bulk of your project’s outbound bandwidth with breakdowns by day and application.
File storage can significantly impact your usage, and our new reporting tools make it easy to see exactly how many files are being added. You'll have all the information you need to manage your file storage, broken down by day and application.
We built these reports to help give any developer building with Gadget better control over their application. If you have questions, comments, or feedback on the new reports, we’d love to hear from you over on our Discord.