ReferenceSensorCatalogEntry class (Provider API)

This is a normalized Sensor Catalog Entry. It facilitates uniform treatment of Sensor Catalog Entries provided by different monitoring providers. It is an anchor point to hold all Reference Sensor Catalog Entry Attributes. Example: "VMWare vSphere CPU" Sensor entry or "Amazon EC2 CPU" Sensor Catalog entry can support Reference Sensor Catalog Entry "CPU".

ReferenceSensorCatalogEntry class APIs

The following tables list the basic APIs, operation APIs, and relationship APIs for the ReferenceSensorCatalogEntry class.

Basic APIs

The ReferenceSensorCatalogEntry class has no basic APIs.

Operation APIs

The ReferenceSensorCatalogEntry class has no operation APIs.

Relationship APIs

The ReferenceSensorCatalogEntry class has no relationship APIs.

ReferenceSensorCatalogEntry class relationships and attributes

The following tables list the relationships and attributes of the ReferenceSensorCatalogEntry class.

Relationships

Name

Type

Multi-
plicity

Description

referenceSensorCatalog

ReferenceSensorCatalog

1

sensors

Sensor

0..*

Attributes

Name

Type

Multi-
plicity

Description

applicableCategory

String

0..1

applicableCloudClass

String

1

label

String

1

Identification of ReferenceSensorCatalogEntry. This is shown in all user interfaces.

sensorAttributeCategories

SensorAttributeMeasurementCategory

0..*

Reference Sensor Catalog Entry may contain attributes that belong to multiple categories like Performance, Capacity, Availability, Risk and Compliance. This field contains all attribute categories this Reference Sensor Catalog Entry supports.

validUntil

Date

0..1

Metric expiration date

externalID

String

0..1

Identifier used for the object by an external provider

owner

String

0..1

Name of the owner of the object

reconciliationID

String

0..1

Reconciliation identity value for the object from the BMC Atrium CMDB

tokenID

String

0..1

Token identifier

description

String

0..1

Text that describes the object

guid

String

1

Globally unique identifier for the object

labels

String

0..*

modifiedDate

Date

0..1

Date the Cloudobject was modified

name

String

1

Human-readable name of the object

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