ARGO can monitor a wide range of platforms and provide operational and business insight for a wide range of built-in and user defined key performance indicators.
Using ARGO operations teams can track the performance and status of each component in the infrastructure, receive notifications and detailed status reports.
Management teams can monitor the availability and reliability of the services from a high level view down to individual system metrics and monitor the conformance of multiple SLAs
At its core, ARGO uses a flexible monitoring engine, a powerful analytics engine and a high performance API.
Embracing a modular, pluggable architecture, ARGO can easily support a wide range of architectures.
Out of the box: connectors for POEM, GOCDB, BDII and Gstat.
ARGO Monitoring Engine can publish monitoring results in real time to any message broker service, which supports the STOMP or AMQP protocol.
Monitoring result collectors can listen on the message broker service, retrieve the results and forward them to the compute engine.
define which metrics are relevant for a specific type of service
can describe simple and complex infrastructures
Multiple Availability Profiles
for flexible definition of business logic
Support of downtimes
allows us to define whether a service is supposed to be unavailable or not?
because not all services have the same importance from SG B
White listing of monitoring sources
Re-computations on demand