We currently have a NodeJS node agent running on and reporting to a different server than the Nodejs Collector. However within the investigator tree we see the IP of the server that NodeJS node agent is running with all the associated metrics. We see the NodeJS Collector server with all the associated metrics as a separate entry.
What we are after is the NodeJS node agent data to appear within the investigator tree under the NodeJS Collector server entry, therefore making a visual and logical connection between node agent and collector.
Can this be achieved with the current versions or is this in the realm of an enhancement request.
Changing from a discussion to a question to get more answers. Asking internally for someone to respond. My guess is this is an enhancement but I defer to those more knowledgeable
Also if you could provide a screenshot of what you are seeing and what you are asking, that may help more too.
The case is :
We need write the probe remote agent metrics under introscope.agent.hostName’s CollectorAgent (in our case “blockchain-laboratory-uk-dev”). Currently this metrics in under probe remote agent IP.
How would be able to differentiate between several NodeJS collectors when each may have several nodeJS probes being spun up on several different servers ??
Hiko_Davis Guenter_Grossberger SrikantN CFAndrews
Is there anything you can add on this topic as to whether or not this is possible?
So based on Hiko's response, this is either an enhancement or creating a calculator. Was the answer helpful? Do you plan to submit an enhancement and create a calculator?
asked question of Hiko
How would be able to differentiate between several NodeJS collectors when each may have several nodeJS probes being spun up on several different servers ??"
You'll need to determine how and where the metrics are displayed using your JS calc.
Since suggestions for next steps were given, I am going to mark as assumed answered. You may ask additional questions if appropriate
I see no followup questions so marking as answered.