Question2Replies79Views×Close popoverying qu (yingq689) Sun Life Financial Company Sun Life Financial Company CA View Profile yingq689 Member since 2019 22 posts Sun Life Financial Company Posted: December 19, 2020Last activity: 4 weeks agoPosted: 19 Dec 2020 17:08 ESTLast activity: 22 Dec 2020 21:54 EST Solved PLA vs. PALHi: Regarding this question:Your application just went into production and the users are complaining that response times are terrible. Your best initial action should be:1. Use the PLA-PegaRules Log Analyzer to analyze the Alerts, System logs, and GC.2. Run PAL on every screen in the application.Which one is correct answer?To me seems like they both OK.Thanks a lot!Ying Financial Services System Architect Pega Academy ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Accepted Solution Posted: 4 weeks agoUpdated: 4 weeks agoPosted: 21 Dec 2020 1:15 ESTUpdated: 22 Dec 2020 21:54 EST×Close popoverBITTA NAVEEN KUMAR (BITTA_N_2211) Process360 Associate Consultant Process360 SA View ProfileBITTA_N_2211 Process360 replied to yingq689Hello,It depends. If your are only concerned about the response time on a couple of screens, then PAL is your way.If the reponse time is poor through out the application, then it is better to go for PLA. Mostly, PLA flags critical issues that leads to processing failure. So i hope in your scenario, PAL is the quick way. But mostly, after immediate production deployment, PLA should be used. Posted: 4 weeks agoPosted: 22 Dec 2020 21:54 EST×Close popoverying qu (yingq689) Sun Life Financial Company Sun Life Financial Company CA View Profileyingq689 Sun Life Financial Company replied to BITTA_N_2211Thanks a lot!