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Google Machine Learning Version

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Introduction

Machine learning (ML) is a subfield of artificial intelligence (AI). The goal of ML is to make computers learn from the data that you give them. Instead of writing code that describes the action the computer should take, your code provides an algorithm that adapts based on examples of intended behavior. The resulting program, consisting of the algorithm and associated learned parameters, is called a trained model.

Use OpsRamp Google Public cloud Integration to discover and collect metrics against Google Machine Learning Version.

Setup

If you have not already done so, please set up the OpsRamp Google Integration.

Need to select Ml Version in Google Integration Discovery Profile in order to discover Google Machine Learning Version.

Metrics

OpsRamp MetricMetric Display NameUnitAggregation TypeDescription
google_ml_prediction_error_countError countCountAVERAGECumulative count of prediction errors.
google_ml_prediction_latenciesLatencyCountAVERAGELatency of a certain type.
google_ml_prediction_prediction_countPrediction countCountAVERAGECumulative count of predictions.
google_ml_prediction_response_countResponse countCountAVERAGECumulative count of different response codes.

Event support

OpsRamp support Google events for Google Machine Learning Environment. Need to configure Google Stream Events in Opsramp Google integration discovery profile.