Having multiple versions of your app within each service allows you to quickly switch between different versions of that app for rollbacks, testing, or other temporary events. You can route traffic to one or more specific versions of your app by migrating or splitting traffic.
To set up the OpsRamp Google integration and discover the Google service,
go to Google Integration Discovery Profile and select
|OpsRamp Metric||Metric Display Name||Unit||Aggregation Type|
Obtain the per-core CPU utilization ratio by performing a rate operation on a point: doubleValue/(end-start), then divide by instance/cpu/reserved_cores at the corresponding end timestamp.
Delta count of bytes read from disk.
|Disk read bytes||Bytes||Average|
Delta count of bytes written to disk.
|Disk write bytes||Bytes||Average|
Delta count of bytes received from network.
Delta count of bytes sent over network.
Number of cores of CPU reserved for the container. If no core limit is set, this will be zero.
The percentage of the allocated CPU that is currently in use on the container. If no core limit is set, then this metric is not set.
Delta count of interceptions performed to prevent DoS attacks.
Delta count of requests that failed due to the app being over quota.
|Quota denial count||Count||Average|
Delta HTTP response count.
HTTP response latency.
Delta counts on the HTTP serve style.
|Response count by style||Count||Average|
Memcache utilization in one hundredth of Memcache Compute Unit grouped by command.
Count of memcache key operations, grouped by command and status.
Number of bytes received by app from the memcache API, grouped by status and memcache command.
|Memcache received bytes||Bytes||Average|
Number of bytes sent by app through the memcache API, grouped by memcache command.
|Memcache sent bytes||Bytes||Average|
Number of instances that exist.
Total memory used by running instances.
Delta count of incoming network bandwidth.
Delta count of outgoing network bandwidth.
- Not supported