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The TA_KPI Add-on utilizes the KV Store to store SLAs as defined by you. You can access the configuration dashboard by loading the configuration dashboard "configure_kpi". You can add and delete SLAs that are tied to an eventtype. Modify will come later, as will more complicated SLA configurations. The only SLA supported for now is the "Compare the event value to the defined value" type of SLA.


Once configured, you use the custom command. It will automatically look at the eventtypes for the results and perform the kpi on the matching indicators. There will be a new set of fields to look at after the command as finished.

<your_search> | kpi

New fields given that the kpi_field is "latency":

  • latency_kpi_actual : the value in the event
  • latency_kpi_expected: the configured threshold
  • latency_kpi_status: the output of the comparison (from the kpi_ok or kpi_violated setting)
  • latency_kpi_compare: how the values were compared.
  • latency_kpi_eventtype: the eventtypes that applied.
  • latency_kpi_description: the description of the kpi.

Release Notes

Version 1.0
March 19, 2015

This is a beta release. Comments Appreciated and Welcome. Better documentation to follow.


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