Axibase Collector is a Java application for collecting statistics from remote systems
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Axibase Collector


Axibase Collector is a Java-based ETL application that queries external data sources on schedule and uploads received data as series, properties, messages, and files into the Axibase Time Series Database.

It supports collections-based automation in order to query as many data sources as possible with the same configuration.

Typical Use Cases

  • Download CSV/TSV file from a web or FTP server and upload it into ATSD.
  • Query a web service, convert its JSON output into tabular format, and upload it into ATSD.
  • Historize metrics by querying their current values and storing them in ATSD for analytics.
  • Offload prunable data from relational databases for long-term storage in ATSD.
  • Collect real-time performance metrics from Java applications (JMX), network devices (SNMP), etc.

Supported Data/Network Protocols

  • JDBC
  • SNMP
  • JMX
  • ICMP
  • TCP
  • HTTP

Supported File Formats

  • CSV
  • TSV
  • Text
  • JSON

Supported Schemas

Supported APIs

  • Amazon Web Services CloudWatch
  • Docker Engine
  • HP OVPM (Performance Manager)




Job Types

Type Description
AWS Collects AWS statistics using CloudWatch API.
Docker Collects container, image, and volume statistics using Docker Engine API.
JDBC Executes SQL queries against relational databases.
Converts rows into series, property, or message commands.
File Downloads CSV/TSV files from remote servers or local file system and uploads them into ATSD for parsing.
Supports HTTP/s, FTP, SFTP, SCP, and FILE protocols.
JSON Downloads JSON files, parses the documents and converts JSON fields into series, property, and message commands using JSONPath.
Socrata Downloads JSON documents published in Socrata schema and converts them into series, property, and message commands.
JMX Collects MBean attribute values from Java applications.
HTTP Executes HTTP requests or Web Driver scripts and stores response status and response times as metrics.
ICMP Pings hostnames/IP addresses and stores response status.
OVPM Offloads statistics from HP OpenView Performance Manager.
SNMP Queries SNMP devices using built-in and custom MIB files.
TCP Connects to hostnames/IP addresses and stores connection status.