This chart provides the ability to graphically visualize multiple statistics simultaneously at the application level without the need to drill down into each component monitor.
The advantage of this view is that you can easily determine how certain processes are performing in relation to others. For example, you may notice that a spike in RAM usage results in higher CPU usage. This charted information allows you to get a quick overview of what is being monitored and may answer why certain unexpected events are occurring.
You can have the chart show a predetermined time period of data by clicking on any one of the three Zoom buttons at the top of the chart. Alternatively, you can have the chart show a specific time range by dragging the mouse over a small area of the chart, or by adjusting the sliders in the smaller chart below the main chart.
The Multi Chart can be added from the Application Details page.
Add the Multi Chart to the Application Details page
- Navigate to the Application Details page.
- Click Customize Page on the far top right of the page.
- Click the green [+] to the right of the column in which you want to add this chart.
- Search for "Multi Chart."
- Check Multi Chart, and then click Add Selected Resources, then click Done.
Configure the Multi Chart
1. Once the chart is on your Application Details page, click either Edit, Select a chart, or Configure this resource.
2. From this page, you have several options to choose from, including:
i) Title: This allows you to change the title of your chart.
ii) Subtitle: This allows you to change the subtitle of your chart.
iii) Select components: Check the components you want to use.
iv) Show Thresholds: This allows Warning and Critical Thresholds to be displayed as yellow and red bands, respectively.
v) Default zoom range: Allows you to choose the time period of data to be displayed.
vi) Amount of historical data to load: Allows you to select the amount of historical data to be displayed.
vii) Sample interval: Allows you to set the polling time for the components in this chart.