Options used when querying metrics.
The list of aggregation types (comma separated) to retrieve.
The $filter is used to reduce the set of metric data returned.
Metric contains metadata A, B and C.
- Return all time series of C where A = a1 and B = b1 or b2
$filter=A eq ‘a1’ and B eq ‘b1’ or B eq ‘b2’ and C eq ‘*’
- Invalid variant:
$filter=A eq ‘a1’ and B eq ‘b1’ and C eq ‘*’ or B = ‘b2’
This is invalid because the logical or operator cannot separate two different metadata names.
- Return all time series where A = a1, B = b1 and C = c1:
$filter=A eq ‘a1’ and B eq ‘b1’ and C eq ‘c1’
- Return all time series where A = a1
$filter=A eq ‘a1’ and B eq ‘’ and C eq ‘’.
The interval (i.e. timegrain) of the query.
The names of the metrics to retrieve
Metric namespace to query metric definitions for.
The aggregation to use for sorting results and the direction of the sort. Only one order can be specified. Examples: sum asc.
Reduces the set of data collected. The syntax allowed depends on the operation. See the operation's description for details.
The maximum number of records to retrieve. Valid only if $filter is specified. Defaults to 10.
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