The Cassandra Database Integration provides seamless access to performance metrics and enables users to effortlessly visualize crucial insights in a single dashboard. The integration works by pulling metrics from the database through the Middleware Host Agent.
AllowAllAuthenticator authentication permissions.
Middleware Host Agent (MW Agent) must be installed on your local machine. To install the MW Agent, see our Installation Guide.
Step 1: Access Integrations
Login to your Middleware account, navigate to the Installations page in the bottom left corner, select All Integrations and click Cassandra
Step 2: Connect Cassandra Instance
To access Cassandra metrics, choose a host to connect to your Cassandra Cluster
Step 3: Configure Your Host
Configure your host to connect to the IP address and JMX port of Cassandra Cluster
Visualize Your Data
Default Cassandra Dashboard
Quickly access your Cassandra data with Middleware’s default Cassandra dashboard. Navigate to the Dashboard Builder and select the Cassandra - Metrics Dashboard
Create Cassandra Widgets
Create your own widget from scratch. Navigate to the Dashboard Builder and select the dashboard you would like to create a widget in. Select Add New Widget and choose the cassandra data source.
|Total count of client requests
|Count of errors that occurred during client requests
|50th percentile latency for range slice requests
|99th percentile latency for range slice requests
|Maximum latency for range slice requests
|50th percentile latency for read requests
|99th percentile latency for read requests
|Maximum latency for read requests
|50th percentile latency for write requests
|99th percentile latency for write requests
|Maximum latency for write requests
|Count of completed compaction tasks
|Current count of compaction tasks
|Count of storage loads
|Total count of hints stored
|Count of hints currently in progress