Redis is an adaptable, open source, in-memory data structure store that can be used as a database, cache, and message broker. CloudWisdom can be used to monitor the performance of your Redis server.



  1. Navigate to the collectors folder, /opt/netuitive-agent/conf/collectors.
  2. Open the RedisCollector.conf file.
  3. Change the enabled setting to True.
  4. Update the instances setting to contain any number of Redis instances you want to monitor as long as it follows the format hostname:port.
  5. Save the configuration file and restart the Linux Agent.

Collector Options

Option Default Description
enabled FALSE Enable collecting RabbitMQ metrics.
host Hostname and port to collect from.
user guest User name authentication for RabbitMQ.
password guest Password authentication for RabbitMQ.
replace_dot ‘_’ A value to replace the “.” in queue names and vhosts names. This option helps CloudWisdom’s metadata usage if you use dots in your queue naming convention.
cluster TRUE If this node is part of a cluster, the collector will collect metrics on the cluster health.
metrics_blacklist “(.-test__[abc]-.) (rabbitmq.queues..*)”
byte_unit Default numeric output(s).
measure_collector_time Measure the collector’s run time in milliseconds.
metrics_whitelist Regex list to match metrics to transmit. Mutually exclusive with metrics_blacklist option.
queues List of queues to publish. Leave empty to publish all.
queues_ignored A list of queues or regexes for queue names not to report on.
vhosts A list of vhosts and queues to collect.