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OpenView_Mike Contributor.
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iSPI/NPS and SHR: Equivalent of OVPI Duplex Data Pipe?

In OVPI, we had the duplex data pipe that would set the interface duplex attribute that many reports keyed off of to say when to do sum utilization and when to do separate in and out utilization.

 

In NPS/PerfSPI, SHR, is this possible, and if so, how?

 

Thanks,

 

~ Mike

Best Regards,

~ Michael Stollaire
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Re: iSPI/NPS and SHR: Equivalent of OVPI Duplex Data Pipe?

Its Apples and Oranges, different products, different methodologies,  The SHR integration just consumes data from Performance for Metrics  without any manipulation. You'll need to develop your own content pack customization , specifically the Extraction Transformation Loading (ETL) Component portion. You can see what you ned to do by reading the "Content Development - Getting Started Guide" for SHR , specifically chapter 4 "4 Creating an ETL Component Package"

Have a nice day :)

Andy Kemp
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OpenView_Mike Contributor.
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Re: iSPI/NPS and SHR: Equivalent of OVPI Duplex Data Pipe?

Thanks. I thought so, but wanted to make sure. Other than the documentation, do any cookbooks exist for SHR customization and if so, where can they be obtained?
Best Regards,

~ Michael Stollaire
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