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Dashboard Configuration Reference

Anypoint Monitoring provides many predefined values and identifiers for your configurations.

Date and Time Field Values

Many fields accept time and date interval values like these:

Date and Time Fields

y

Year, for example: 1y.

M

Month, for example: 1M.

w

Week, for example: 1w.

d

Day, for example: 1d.

h

Hour, for example: 1h.

m

Minute, for example: 1m.

s

Second, for example: 1s.

ms

Millisecond, for example: 1ms.

Metrics Available to Graphs

Many basic and advanced metrics are available when configuring custom dashboard graphs.

Basic Mode Metrics

These metrics are available when you use the Basic mode:

Basic Metrics Unit

Inbound - Average Request Count by Endpoint

short

Inbound - Average Request Count by Flow

short

Inbound - Average Response Count by Endpoint

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Inbound - Average Response Count by Flow

short

Inbound - Failure Average Request Count by Endpoint

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Inbound - Failure Average Request Count by Flow

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Inbound - Failure Average Response Time by Endpoint

ms

Inbound - Failure Average Response Time by Flow

ms

Inbound - Success Average Request Count by Endpoint

short

Inbound - Success Average Request Count by Flow

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Inbound - Success Average Response Time by Endpoint

ms

Inbound - Success Average Response Time by Flow

ms

JVM - CPU % Utilization

percent

JVM - CPU Load Average

percent

JVM - Classes Loaded

short

JVM - Classes Loaded Total

short

JVM - Classes Unloaded

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JVM - Code Cache Committed

bytes

JVM - Code Cache Init

bytes

JVM - Code Cache Max

bytes

JVM - Code Cache Used

bytes

JVM - Compressed Class Space Committed

bytes

JVM - Compressed Class Space Total

bytes

JVM - Compressed Class Space Used

bytes

JVM - Garbage Collection Count

short

JVM - Garbage Collection Time

ms

JVM - Heap Committed

bytes

JVM - Heap Used

bytes

JVM - JVM Uptime

ms

JVM - Memory Utilization

bytes

JVM - Metaspace Committed

bytes

JVM - Metaspace Init

bytes

JVM - Metaspace Max

bytes

JVM - Metaspace Used

bytes

JVM - Par Eden Committed

bytes

JVM - Par Eden Init

bytes

JVM - Par Eden Max

bytes

JVM - Par Eden Used

bytes

JVM - Par New Collection Count

short

JVM - Par New Collection Time

ms

JVM - Par Survivor Committed

bytes

JVM - Par Survivor Init

bytes

JVM - Par Survivor Max

bytes

JVM - Par Survivor Used

bytes

JVM - Tenured Gen Committed

bytes

JVM - Tenured Gen Init

bytes

JVM - Tenured Gen Max

bytes

JVM - Tenured Gen Used

bytes

JVM - Thread count - Server

short

JVM - Total System Memory

bytes

JVM - Total System Processors

short

Outbound - Average Request Count by Endpoint

short

Outbound - Average Request Count by Flow

short

Outbound - Average Response Time by Endpoint

ms

Outbound - Average Response Time by Flow

ms

Outbound - Failure Average Request Count by Endpoint

short

Outbound - Failure Average Request Count by Flow

short

Outbound - Failure Average Response Time by Endpoint

ms

Outbound - Failure Average Response Time by Flow

ms

Outbound - Success Average Request Count by Endpoint

short

Outbound - Success Average Request Count by Flow

short

Outbound - Success Average Response Time by Endpoint

ms

Outbound - Success Average Response Time by Flow

ms

Advanced Mode

These metrics are available when you use the Advanced mode:

Table 1. Advanced Metrics
Metric Key (From clause) Available Field Values (Select clause)

Application Inbound Metrics

app_inbound_metric

  • avg_request_count

  • avg_response_count

Application Outbound Metrics

app_outbound_metric

  • avg_request_count

  • avg_response_count

JVM ClassLoader

jvm.classloading

  • classes_loaded

  • classes_loaded_total

  • classes_unloaded

JVM CPU

jvm.cpu.operatingsystem

  • available_processors

  • cpu

  • load_average

  • total_physical_memory_size

JVM Garbage Collection

jvm.garbagecollector.marksweepcompact

  • gc_marksweep_collection_count

  • gc_marksweep_collection_time

JVM Garbage Collection

jvm.garbagecollector.parnew

  • gc_par_new_collection_count

  • gc_par_new_collection_time

  • gc_parnew_collection_count

  • gc_parnew_collection_time

JVM Memory

jvm.memory

  • heap_committed

  • heap_total

  • heap_used

JVM Memory “Code Cache”

jvm.memory.code_cache

  • committed_memory

  • init_memory

  • max_memory

  • used_memory

JVM Memory Compressed

jvm.memory.compressed_class_space

  • committed_memory

  • init_memory

  • max_memory

  • used_memory

JVM Memory Pool “Tenured Generation”

jvm.memory.metaspace

  • committed_memory

  • init_memory

  • max_memory

  • used_memory

JVM Memory “Eden Space”

jvm.memory.par_eden_space

  • par_eden_committed

  • par_eden_total

  • par_eden_used

JVM Memory “Survivor Space”

jvm.memory.par_survivor_space

  • par_survivor_committed

  • par_survivor_total

  • par_survivor_used

JVM Memory “Tenured Generation”

jvm.memory.tenured_gen

  • committed_memory

  • init_memory

  • max_memory

  • used_memory

JVM Runtime

jvm.runtime

  • jvm_uptime

JVM Threads

jvm.threading

  • thread_count

Markdown Syntax Support

Some Anypoint Monitoring fields, such as Text graph fields in a custom dashboard, accept Markdown. Markdown is a lightweight syntax for styling all forms of writing.

Titles in Markdown

Markdown Title Examples

          
       
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# TITLE 1
## Title 2
### Title 3

Emphases in Markdown

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*This text will be italic*
_This will also be italic_

**This text will be bold**
__This will also be bold__

_You **can** combine them_

Lists in Markdown

You can write unordered and ordered lists.

Markdown: Unordered List

          
       
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Unordered
* Item 1
* Item 2 is **bold**
  * Item 2a
  * Item 2b

Alternatively:
- Dashes work just as well
- For sub points, put two spaces before the dash or asterisk:
  - Like this
  - And this
Markdown: Ordered List

          
       
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1. Item 1
1. Item 2
1. Item 3
   1. Item 3a
   1. Item 3b

Note that the 1. entries will resolved to the correct number in the sequence.

Images in Markdown

You can insert images like this:

Markdown: Image Syntax

          
       
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![MyCompany's Logo](https://www.mycompany.com/content/logo/logo.png)

You can add links like this:

Markdown: Link Syntax

          
       
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[MyCompany's](https://www.mycompany.com/us/en-us.html)

Also note that any URL is automatically converted into a link.

Markdown: Example that Gets Converted to a Link

          
       
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http://www.github.com/

Inline Code in Markdown

You surround inline code in backticks.

Here is an `inline_code` example in Markdown.

Code in Markdown

Markdown: Code Syntax

          
       
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```
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function fancyAlert(arg) {
  if(arg) {
    $.facebox({div:'#foo'})
  }
}
```

Task Lists in Markdown

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- [x] #refs, [links](), **formatting**, and <del>tags</del> supported
- [x] list syntax required (any unordered or ordered list supported)
- [x] this is a complete item
- [ ] this is an incomplete item

Tables in Markdown

You can create tables by assembling a list of words and dividing them with hyphens (-) for the first row, then separating each column with a pipe (|):

Markdown: Table Syntax

          
       
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| Col 1 | Col 2 | Col 3 | Col 4 |
|-------|-------|-------|-------|
|       |       |       |       |
|       |       |       |       |
|       |       |       |       |
|       |       |       |       |
|       |       |       |       |
|       |       |       |       |
|       |       |       |       |

Strikethrough in Markdown

Any word wrapped with two tildes (like ~~this~~) will appear crossed-out.

Blockquotes in Markdown

You use the > to start a blockquote.

Markdown: Blockquote Syntax

          
       
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> And so, my fellow Americans, ask not what
> your country can do for you -- ask what
> you can do for your country.

> You can also create a very long line that should be quoted properly in the UI when it wraps

HTML Support

Some Anypoint Monitoring fields, such as Text graph fields in a custom dashboard, accept HTML elements (or tags).

HTML Titles

Titles

          
       
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<h1>Title 1</h1>
<h2>Title 2</h2>
<h3>Title 3</h3>

HTML Emphasis

HTML Emphasis Example

          
       
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<i>This text will be italic</i><br>
<em>This will also be italic</em><br>

<b>This text will be bold</b><br>
<strong>This will also be bold</strong><br>
<br>
<em>You <b>can</b> combine them</em><br>

HTML Lists

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<ul>
<li>Item 1</li>
<li>Item 2 is <b>bold</b></li>
  <ul>
      <li>Item 2a</li>
      <li>Item 2b</li>
  </ul>
</ul>
Ordered List Example

          
       
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<ol type="1">
<li>Item 1</li>
<li>Item 2</li>
<li>Item 3</li>
  <ol>
    <li>Item 3a</li>
    <li>Item 3b</li>
   </ol>
</ol>

Images

Image Example

          
       
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<img src="https://www.mycompany.com/content/dam/usa/logo/m_logo.png" alt="MyCompany's Logo" height="50" width="50">
Link Example

          
       
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<a href="https://www.mycompany.com/us/en-us.html">Visit mycompany.com!</a>

Blockquotes

Blockquote Example

          
       
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As John F. Kennedy said:

<blockquote>
  And so, my fellow Americans, ask not what your
  country can do for you -- ask what you can do
  for your country.
</blockquote>

Code and Preformatted Text

  • Code: <code>A piece of computer code</code>

  • Preformatted text:

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    <pre>
    Text in a pre element
    is displayed in a fixed-width
    font, and it preserves
    both      spaces and
    line breaks
    </pre>

Tables

Table Example

          
       
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<table style="width:100%">
  <tr>
    <th>Firstname</th>
    <th>Lastname</th>
    <th>Age</th>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <td>Jill</td>
    <td>Smith</td>
    <td>50</td>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <td>Eve</td>
    <td>Jackson</td>
    <td>94</td>
  </tr>
</table>

Strikethrough

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<p> You can use the <strike>strike tag</strike>.</p>

<p>You can also use <del> (<del>del</del>) and <s> (<s>s</s>).</p>

HTML Style Attribute

Style Attribute Examples

          
       
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<h1 style="color:blue; text-align:center;">A heading</h1>

<h2 style="font-family:verdana; color:red">A heading</h2>

<p style="font-family:courier; color:green; font-size:300%;">A paragraph.</p>

Embedded Styling

It is possible to render the entire HTML page with embedded styling.

Style Tag Example

          
       
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<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<style>
ul {
    list-style-type: none;
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
    overflow: hidden;
    background-color: #333333;
}

li {
    float: left;
}

li a {
    display: block;
    color: white;
    text-align: center;
    padding: 16px;
    text-decoration: none;
}

li a:hover {
    background-color: #111111;
}
</style>
</head>
<body>

<ul>
  <li><a href="#home">Home</a></li>
  <li><a href="#news">News</a></li>
  <li><a href="#contact">Contact</a></li>
  <li><a href="#about">About</a></li>
</ul>

</body>
</html>
<hr/>
<p>&copy; 2004 Foo Corporation</p>

Note that you can use HTML entities like &copy; for copyright.

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