Microsoft.ApplicationInsights.Metrics Namespace



Holds the metric aggregation results of a particular metric data series over an aggregation time period. The specific data fields on instanced of this class are not strongly typed (property bag) which allows using this aggregate type for aggregates of any aggregation kind.


Encapsulates the configuration for a metric and its respective data time series.


A configuration for a metric that uses the Measurement aggregation kind. A measurement contains the Min, Max, Sum and Count of the values tracked over any given aggregation time period.


A metric identifier encapsulates all information required to uniquely identify a metric. A metric is identified by its name/id, its namespace and the names of its dimensions.


A metric manager coordinates metrics aggregation at a specific scope. It keeps track of the known metrics and is ultimataly respnsibe for correctly initializeing metric data time series. Note that a metric manager deals with zero dimensional time series. Metric objects are multidimensional collections of such series and the manager merely holds a collection of such containers for its scope.


A collection of metrics available at a specific scope. A metric is itself a colection of data time series identified by dimension name-values.


Represents a data time series of metric values. One or more MetricSeries are grouped into a single Metric. Use MetricSeries to track, aggregate and send values without the overhead of looking them up from the corresponding Metric object. Each Metric object contains a special zero-dimension series, plus, for multi-dimensional metrics, one series per unique dimension-values combination.


Abstracts the configuration for a metric series aggregated using the "measurement" aggregation kind. A mear=surement is best suited for metrics describing sizes or durations. It contains the Min, Max, Sum and Count of values tracked during an aggregation period.


Container for extension methods on TelemetryConfiguration.



Abstraction for the configuration of a metric series. The configuration is a factory that can produce an arbitrary aggregator to be used by the respective series.