Collecting unit test (JUnit) data in Sumo Logic

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    Mohit Mehta

    Hello Dale,

    A metric is a set of data points that measure the value of something. For example, the weather service collects measurements of temperature over time. Perhaps you weigh yourself once a week or check the height of your child every 3 months.

    Sumo customers use Sumo to collect metrics that measure the availability, usage, and performance of their application and computing resource, sometimes many times per minute.

    In Sumo, we use the term time series to refer to a set of timestamped values of a specific measurement. More generally, we often refer to metrics as time-series data.

    If you are interested in collecting time-series data with a Graphical view then you can use the metrics data instead of using Logs.

    To collect the metrics data you can use, hosted metrics source. Below are the details about it:

    https://help.sumologic.com/03Send-Data/Setup-Wizard/Collect-Streaming-Data-for-Metrics

    https://help.sumologic.com/03Send-Data/Setup-Wizard/Collect-Streaming-Data-for-Metrics/01Collect-Streaming-Data-for-Host-Metrics

    Hope this is what you are looking for. Please, let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

    Thanks,

    Mohit

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