Monitoring throughput for cluster replication
Learn how to monitor the throughput of a Kafka cluster replication in Streams Messaging Manager (SMM). You can monitor average, maximum, and minimum throughput of a cluster replication. You can also monitor the throughput of a cluster replication graphically.
Throughput is defined as the data replicated between the source cluster and the destination cluster per second. Throughput is measured in bytes per second.
In the image, you can see the average throughput for the CDFCluster to CDFClusterDR replication is 3 bytes per second. You can fetch the maximum or minimum throughput for the replication by clicking the MAX or MIN button located above the cluster replication.
You can also monitor the throughput of a cluster replication graphically. SMM displays the Throughput graph for each cluster in the cluster details. The following image shows the graph for throughput for CDFCluster to CDFClusterDR replication: