NetApp Developer Session - Use Case: Access Performance Metrics on C-Mode Systems

by New Contributor on ‎2012-09-10 02:50 PM

This session is about querying performance counters of a cluster mode system. The used programming language is Java and the NetApp Manageability SDK provides a handy interface to bring both together.

The session showed how to connect to a cluster mode system and how to traverse the object->instance->counter hierarchy. In brief two queries were sent to the storage system to get all cpu_usage counters. As these counters are within the object category "system", one query was used to get all the instances. A second query was used to specify object category and the instances returned in the prior query.

Atypically the values weren't sent to a database. Instead they were enqueued in a messaging middleware to transport/distribute them.

The code can be found at https://communities.netapp.com/docs/DOC-18927 . It comes as an eclipse project which can be imported to run quickly.

Get your development environment ready and watch the recording of the session here:

https://netapp-learningcenter.webex.com/netapp-learningcenter/ldr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID=67953477&rKey=ccee3df9d9de2772

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