1. First you need to create the workflow. Lot of sample is there on how to create a workflow.
Aggregate_Performance dictionary entry is there in WFA. You need to write filter on top
of it and utilize it in your workflow. You can see if these attributes (Aggregate Utilization, Disk Busy %, Controller Utilization)
are cached as a part of Aggregate_Performance. If not you either need to cache from Performance Advisor
or OnCommand Performance Manager.
2. You can write a script which which call the workflow written in 1. via WFA REST APIs.
3. The script can be invoked via the Windows Scheduler in a repeatative manner. In the next release, there will be an
inbuilt feature to schedule workflows in a repeatative manner.
4. Do you need a sample to see how to repeatitively schedule the workflow?