The Sysdig metrics dictionary lists all current default metrics supported by the Sysdig product suite, as well as kube state and cloud provider metrics. The Metrics Dictionary is a living document and is updated as new metrics are added to the product.
Each metric in the dictionary has several pieces of metadata listed to provide greater context for how the metric can be used within Sysdig products. An example layout is displayed below:
Metric definition. For some metrics, the equation for how the value is determined is provided.
Metric type determines whether the metric value is a counter metric or a gauge metric. Sysdig Monitor offers two Metric types:
Counter: The metric whose value keeps on increasing and is reliant on previous values. It helps you record how many times something has happened, for example, a user login.
Gauge: Represents a single numerical value that can arbitrarily fluctuate over time. Each value returns an instantaneous measurement, for example, CPU usage.
The type of value the metric can have. The possible values are:
The levels within the infrastructure that the metric can be segmented at:
Default Time Aggregation
The default time aggregation format for the metric.
Available Time Aggregation Formats
The time aggregation formats the metric can be aggregated by:
Default Group Aggregation
The default group aggregation format for the metric.
Available Group Aggregation Formats
The group aggregation formats the metric can be aggregated by:
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