Global filters are ways you can filter data across the APM app based on a specific time range or environment. They are available in the Services, Transactions, Errors, Metrics, and Traces views, and any filter applied will persist as you move between pages.
If you prefer to use advanced queries on your data to filter on specific pieces of information, see Query your data.
The global time range filter in Kibana restricts APM data to a specific time period.
The environment selector is a global filter for
It allows you to view only relevant data and is especially useful for separating development from production environments.
By default, all environments are displayed. If there are no environment options, you’ll see "not defined".
Service environments are defined when configuring your APM agents. It’s vital to be consistent when naming environments in your APM agents. To learn how to configure service environments, see the specific APM agent documentation: