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Metrics

Classic Metrics Deprecation

Effective January 2024, we've deprecated our Classic Metrics and Classic Dashboards interface in favor of our newer Metrics Explorer interface. No action is required on your part.

Metrics are numeric samples of data collected over time. They can measure infrastructure, such as operating system performance, disk activity, application performance, or custom business and operational data that is coded into your organization’s applications.

Metrics are an effective tool for monitoring, troubleshooting, and identifying the root causes of problems. They can help your organization:

  • Gain end-to-end visibility into application performance.
  • Track key performance indicators (KPIs) over time.
  • Determine if an outage has occurred and restore service.
  • Determine why an event occurred and how it might be prevented in the future.
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Intro to Metrics

Use Metrics for monitoring, troubleshooting, and identifying root causes.

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Metrics Queries

Sumo Logic metric query operators and metrics queries.

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Metrics Operators

Metrics operator syntax rules and examples.

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Managing Metrics Volume

Metric ingestion and storage, metric data limits, and metrics throttling.

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Metrics Rules Editor

The Metrics rules editor allows you to tag metrics with data derived from the metric identifier.

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Metrics Transformation Rules

Control how long raw metrics are retained.

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Logs to Metrics

Set up rules to extract or create metrics from log data.

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Kubernetes Metrics

Kubernetes metrics are collected when you deploy our Kubernetes collection.

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Metrics Charts

Visualize metrics data in Sumo Logic.


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