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Google Cloud Bigtable

Connection Parameters

Name
Required?
Description

Private Key JSON

Required

The contents of the private key JSON file created when setting up a service account.

Metric Collection

Controls which metrics get requested from GCP's Stackdriver API.

Projects

Required

A comma separated whitelist of project IDs. If the wildcard "*" is used, resources will be collected from all available projects.

Connection Timeout

The number of seconds to allow for connecting to the target.

Metrics

App Profile

Name
Description

Description

Optional long form description of the use case for this AppProfile.

Entity Tag

Strongly validated entity tag for optimistic concurrency control. Preserve the value returned from appProfiles.get when calling appProfiles.patch to fail the request if there has been a modification in the mean time. The updateMask of the request need not include entity tag for this protection to apply. See Wikipedia and RFC 7232 for more details.

Multi Cluster Routing Use Any Allow Transactional Writes

Whether or not CheckAndMutateRow and ReadModifyWriteRow requests are allowed by this app profile. It is unsafe to send these requests to the same table/row/column in multiple clusters.

Multi Cluster Routing Use Any Cluster Id

The cluster to which read/write requests should be routed.

Name

The unique name of the app profile.

Project ID

The project ID in which this resource was created.

Single Cluster Routing Allow Transactional Writes

Whether or not CheckAndMutateRow and ReadModifyWriteRow requests are allowed by this app profile. It is unsafe to send these requests to the same table/row/column in multiple clusters.

Single Cluster Routing Cluster Id

The cluster to which read/write requests should be routed.

Cluster

Name
Description

CPU Load (%)

CPU load of a cluster.

CPU Load (Hottest Node) (%)

CPU load of the busiest node in a cluster.

Data Stored in Table (Bytes)

Amount of compressed data stored in a table.

Data Stored on Disk (Bytes)

Amount of compressed data for tables stored in a cluster.

Default Storage Type

The type of storage used by this cluster to serve its parent instance's tables, unless explicitly overridden.

Disk Load (%)

Average utilization of HDD disks in a cluster.

Error Count (Requests per Second)

Rate of server requests for a table that failed with an error.

Instance

The name of the parent instance.

Latencies (Milliseconds)

Average server request latencies for a table.

Modified Rows (Rows per Second)

Rate of rows modified by server requests for a table.

Name

The name of the cluster.

Project Id

The identifier of the project that the cluster belongs to.

Received Data (Bytes per Second)

Rate of uncompressed request data received by servers for a table.

Replication Latencies (Milliseconds)

Average latencies of replication requests for a table. Includes only requests that have been received by the destination cluster.

Replication Maximum Delay (Seconds)

Upper bound for replication delay between clusters of a table. Indicates the time frame during which latency information may not be accurate.

Request Count (Requests per Second)

Rate of server requests for a table.

Returned Rows (Rows per Second)

Rate of rows returned by server requests for a table.

Sent Data (Bytes per Second)

Rate of uncompressed response data sent by servers for a table.

Serve Nodes

The number of nodes allocated to this cluster. More nodes enable higher throughput and more consistent performance.

State

The current state of the cluster.

Storage Utilization (%)

Storage used as a fraction of total storage capacity.

Zone

The zone in which the cluster resides.

Instance

Name
Description

Display Name

The descriptive name for this instance as it appears in UIs. Can be changed at any time, but should be kept globally unique to avoid confusion.

Labels

Labels are a flexible and lightweight mechanism for organizing cloud resources into groups that reflect a customer's organizational needs and deployment strategies.

Name

The unique name of the instance.

Project ID

The project ID in which this resource was created.

State

The current state of the instance.

Type

The type of the instance. Defaults to PRODUCTION.