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Monitored Object Types

Every Monitored Object is assumed to represent an instance of a class of similar objects: a Monitored Object Type. It is used to describe a particular kind of Monitored Object, such as Computer Cabinet, ATS Switch or Machine. Monitored Object Types allow objects to be categorized and standardized, defining a common set of attributes and metrics expected to be available for all objects of a given type.

A Monitoring Object Type definition includes:

  • Type UUID: a unique Id for the type.

  • Name (used to denote the type).

  • Icon (used to graphically represent type).

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  • Attributes (a set of attributes an object is expected to have and expose in the user interface). Please see Monitored Object Attributes for more information.

  • Metrics (a set monitored parameters an object is expected to have). Please see Monitored Object Metrics for more information.

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