This documentation describes Pivotal Healthwatch.
Pivotal Healthwatch is a service for monitoring and alerting on the current health, performance, and capacity of Pivotal Platform. To help operators understand the operational state of their Pivotal Platform deployment, Pivotal Healthwatch:
- Stores, visualizes and alerts on metrics from core Pivotal Platform components, including BOSH-reported VM metrics. The service covers the recommended Key Performance Indicators and Key Scaling Indicators for a given version of Pivotal Platform.
- Executes health checks as continuous validation tests and creates super metrics. The service stores, displays, and forwards this data into the Loggregator Firehose for external consumption by existing customer solutions. For more information, see Pivotal Healthwatch Metrics and Access Super Metrics Through the Firehose.
Pivotal Healthwatch stores all data points for 25 hours and then prunes them. Any active alerts that are pruned reissue an alert every 24 hours if the related metrics are not yet recovered to a normal state.
The following table provides version and version-support information about Pivotal Healthwatch.
|Release date||September 20, 2019|
|Compatible Ops Manager version(s)||v2.6.x and v2.7.x|
|Compatible Pivotal Application Service version(s)||v2.6.x and v2.7.x|
|Compatible Pivotal Cloud Foundry Event Alerts version(s)||v1.2.x|
|IaaS support||AWS, Azure, GCP, and vSphere|
|Browser support||Latest Major Versions of Google Chrome and Firefox|
- Pivotal Healthwatch is intended to monitor only the Pivotal Platform foundation it is installed on.
- Pivotal Healthwatch Architecture
- Installing and Configuring Pivotal Healthwatch
- Using Pivotal Healthwatch
- Pivotal Healthwatch Resources
- Pivotal Healthwatch Metrics
- Monitoring Pivotal Healthwatch
- Troubleshooting Pivotal Healthwatch
- Updating Alert Configurations
- Updating Free Chunk Configurations
- Release Notes and Known Issues