RealOpInsight provides the ability to handle reporting and SLA analysis. This feature is useful for Business Intelligence (BI) graphs and other features that give trends on Quality of Service (QoS) and Service Level Agreement (SLA) over time. Furthermore the generated can be exported in CSV format so as to be treated by external tools like Microsoft Excel and other CSV-compatible tools.
he only important think to do is to start the RealOpInsight QoS Data Collector daemon:
$ sudo service realopinsight-reportd start
The daemon seamlessly collects reporting data behind the scene. By default, data are collected every 5 minutes. You can change this by editing setting the environment variable
DAEMON_ARGS in the configuration file located in
/etc/default/realopinsight-reportd. In the following example, the period is set to 5 minutes (default value). You can set it to any valid integer number. Invalid value will be ignored and the default value will be used.
After editing the file, you must restart the daemon:
$ sudo service realopinsight-reportd restart
Bear in mind that, according to the selected period of time and the among of data generated during that period, computing report data as well as building the related charts may require a high memory usage. Hence, it’s important to dimension the resources allocated to RealOpInsight server accordingly.
QoS Trend Graphs & SLA Charts
Each operator can access to the reports related to business applications views assigned to him. Displayed reports are by default based on data generated during the last 30 days. As you can see on the following screenshot extracted from our demo platform, you can extend or restrict the period using a date-based filtering.
All the generated data can be exported in CSV format so to be processed by external third party tools, (e.g. scripts, Microsoft Excel):
- Select a start and an end date to the exportation interval.
- If you click on
Applythis will update the trend graphs on the selected interval.
- Select the icon to start the exportation.
- When prompted, select a destination file to save the exported data.
As you can see on the screenshot below, each entry of the exported CSV file has the following fields:
- A timestamp in seconds since epoch corresponding to the date of the sample.
- The name of the associated business application.
- The status of the sampling date at that timestamp.
- The percentage of IT services in Normal state.
- The percentage of IT services in Minor state.
- The percentage of IT services in Major state.
- The percentage of IT services in Critical state.
- The percentage of IT services in Unknown state.