Cloud Router dynamically exchanges routes between your Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and on-premises networks by using Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).
For example, if you use a Cloud VPN tunnel to connect your networks, you can use Cloud Router to establish a BGP session with your on-premises router over your Cloud VPN tunnel. Cloud Router automatically learns new subnets in your VPC network and announces them to your on-premises network.
Use the OpsRamp Google public cloud integration to discover and collect metrics against the Google service.
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|
Current number of best routes received by router.
|Received routes count||Count||Average|
Current number of routes received on a bgp session.
|BGP received routes count||Count||Average|
Current number of routes sent on a bgp session.
|BGP sent routes count||Count||Average|
Indicator for successful bgp session establishment.
|BGP session status||Count||Average|
Number of BGP sessions on the router that are down.
|BGP sessions down count||Count||Average|
Number of BGP sessions on the router that are up.
|BGP sessions up count||Count||Average|
Router status, up or down.
Current number of routes sent by router.
|Sent routes count||Count||Average|
BFD control packets receive intervals.
|BFD control packets receive intervals||Count||Average|
Number of control packets received from this BFD session.
|Control packets received||Count||Average|
Number of control packets rejected, from this BFD session.
|Control packets rejected||Count||Average|
BFD control packets transmit intervals.
|BFD control packets transmit intervals.||Count||Average|
Number of control packets transmitted from this BFD session.
|Control packets transmitted||Count||Average|
Indicator for successful BFD session establishment.
|BFD session status||Count||Average|
- Configurable in OpsRamp Google Integration Discovery Profile.