APM Monitoring Your Key Performance Indicators with "Old School" Load Averages
How to use CA APM to produce load averages for your KPIs
March 29, 2017

David Martin
CA Technologies

Even managing a small cluster of servers can be challenging if you don’t have the appropriate tools. Unix systems administrators have relied for decades on the "top" command and especially the numbers for "load average" that it supplies: an abbreviated way of stating if a system is headed for distress, in distress, or sailing out of it. In this video, you’ll see how to use CA APM to produce load averages for your KPIs, integrate them by logging with tools like Splunk, and even display them with a couple of clicks in Microsoft Excel.

Download txt file: Load Average APMSQL

David B. Martin is Principal Product Owner at CA Technologies.


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