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The Library of Monitoring Objects, part 2

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To process data from different industries and businesses we need to have a way to define and describe such data in a manner the analytic software will understand it. Kronometrix uses a simple and powerful concept for object definition, called the library of monitoring objects.


Industries
Suppose we want to handle data coming from Information Technology or Healthcare. Within these domains, we might have different sub-domains describing different types of analytic business. See  how different domains and sub-domains map to LMO:

For each industry we are interested in we need to develop and write a simple formal definition how data will be expected from devices and sensors from that field. Example:
We plan to gather information regarding Information Technology, System Performance domain. For that we need to define and describe all messages expected from this field. Example computer_performance.it.json filename. This file describes all needed metrics from this field.
Hosts
When we know wha…