Try it out!

Plugin Data

Here you’ll find schema information for each of our supported plugins. This data can be used when writing probes create references to infrastructure items that you’re looking to probe.



State Data Plugins

These plugins pull data about the current state of a system - like a snapshot of a point in time.

AWS Infrastructure

The AWS infrastructure plugin pulls data from Amazon’s APIs, so the data structures exist within our systems as Amazon returns them. Links to the returned data structures of the various enpoints used to pull this data are below:


Timeseries Data Plugins

These plugins pull data about environment state over time (any sort of monitoring plugin - CloudWatch, StackDriver, Azure Monitoring, DataDog, etc). All timeseries data is pulled and represented in the same way: 5 minute granularity with the average, sum, minimum, and maximum for the past 7 days.

An example would be as follows:

{
      “CPUUtilization”: [
          “Id”: [
              {
                  "Timestamp": ...,
                  "Average": ...,
                  "Maximum": ...,
                  "Minimum": ...,
                  "Unit": ...
              }, ...
          ], ...
      ],
}

Please find your plugin below for a list of available metrics.

AWS CloudWatch

The AWS Cloudwatch plugin pulls data from Amazon’s APIs, so the data structures exist within our systems as Amazon returns them. TimeSeries metrics come in the this format. The available metrics available are below:


If you have some important tooling that you think we’ve missed - let us know! (feedback@srenity.io)