Using meter plugins to collect data

Refer to the following topics for installing and using out-of-the-box plugins to get metric data from various sources.

  • ActiveMQ plugin collects metrics from the Apache ActiveMQ node using the embedded Jolokia instance that allows measurement collection via a REST API.
  • Aerospike plugin collects metrics from the Aerospike database.
  • Cassandra plugin collects metrics from Cassandra.
  • CouchDB plugin collects information that is returned by the stats API http://docs.couchdb.org/en/1.6.1/api/server/common.html#stats.
  • CPU Core plugin reports the CPU utilization of each CPU core individually.
  • Diskuse Summary plugin scans one or more devices/drives for available disk space as a percentage.
  • Docker plugin collects metrics from Docker.
  • Elastic Search plugin collects metrics from Elastic Search clusters and their nodes.
  • Forkrate plugin tracks the fork rate on your server by polling /proc/stat.
  • Hadoop plugin collects metrics from Apache Hadoop nodes.
  • HAProxy plugin collects statistics from an HAProxy instance.
  • HBase plugin collects metrics from a HBase Region Server.
  • HTTP Check plugin polls a set of URLs and reports on the response time.
  • HTTP Server plugin collects metrics from an Apache HTTP server instance.
  • IIS Meter plugin collects metrics from Microsoft IIS performance counters.
  • JIRA plugin collects ticket data from your JIRA core, software and service desk instances.
  • Kafka plugin collects metrics from the Kafka.
  • Litespeed plugincollects metrics from Litespeed HTTP Server instance.
  • Memcached plugin collects performance metrics from a memcached instance.
  • Microsoft SQL Server plugin collects metrics from Microsoft SQL Server instance using a subset of the SQL Server Performance Counters from WMI.
  • Mongo DB plugin collects metrics from a MongoDB server instance using a REST API call.
  • MySQL plugin monitors local MySQL instances for performance statistics.
  • NGINX plugin collects performance stats from an NGINX instance.
  • OpenStack plugin monitors, visualizes, and alerts on your OpenStack environment in one-second intervals.
  • Ping Check plugin pings a set of hosts and reports on the response time.
  • PostgreSQL plugin extracts metrics from a PostgreSQL database instance.
  • Process plugin collects and displays CPU and memory usage for specific processes.
  • RabbitMQ plugin gathers performance metrics for a RabbitMQ instance and can be installed locally or remotely, using the HTTP API.
  • Redis plugin collects performance statistics from a Redis instance using the Redis API.
  • Remedy plugincollects data for ongoing and historical Remedy incident and change tickets.
  • SOLR plugin collects metrics from Apache SOLR using Rest API from Solr Admin server.
  • Spark plugin monitors, visualizes and raises alerts on your Apache Spark Metrics Servlet sink in one-second intervals.
  • Storm plugin monitors, visualizes and alert on your Apache Storm environment.
  • TCP RTT plugin collects and displays the average TCP Round Trip Time for a host.
  • Tomcat plugin monitors, visualizes, and alerts on your Apache Tomcat web server.
  • VMware plugin monitors, visualizes, and alerts on your VMware virtual machines using the vSphere SDK.
  • WMI (Windows Performance Counter) plugin provides a framework using which ad-hoc counter information can be collected.
  • Zookeeper plugin monitors, visualizes, and alerts on your Apache Zookeeper. 

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