Data Workbench Profile Dimensions and Metrics

Last update: 2022-10-04
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This document describes the profiles with their fields, dimensions, and metrics employed by the data workbench Monitoring Profile.

To monitor data workbench servers, data is collected using a script that parses the Detailed Status while also capturing specific server information. Data workbench server information is then passed to a page tag call for the data workbench Sensor to collect and save to a VSL file.

Profiles Employed by the Data Workbench Monitoring Profile

These profiles provide dimensions and metrics that allow you to view server state and performance data:

The Status profiles allow you to see how data workbench is currently performing from an operational perspective. The Profile Status profile and the Server Status profile gather data from the Detailed Status and the data workbench servers. All gathered data is placed into the cs-uri-query field for use.

The Historic profiles allow you to assess the impact of configuration and hardware changes using historical data. The historical profile may be the most useful because it allows you to assess the impact of configuration and hardware changes over time.

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