Before creating a Gapp, consider the followings:

The purpose of the Gapp and the function of each Qapp to achieve the purpose.

The logic to connect or execute each Qapp node.

Example: Create a Gapp to troubleshoot core devices with high CPU usage.

1.Click the icon from the taskbar and select New Gapp from the drop-down menu.

2.In the Gapp Editor, click the Start node and enter a description for the Gapp.

3.Point to the Start node and click the icon to add the Monitor CPU and MEM Qapp.

Tip: Click a Qapp node to view the target devices, outputs, and description of the Qapp.

4.Point to the Qapp node, click the icon to add a downstream Qapp node to check interface parameters of the devices with high CPU:

1)In the Add a Downstream Qapp dialog, click Select to select the Monitor Interface Error Counters Qapp.

2)Specify target devices for the downstream Qapp. In this case, select Execute on devices with alert and then select the High CPU Utilization alert. It means that the downstream Qapp will execute on the devices that trigger the High CPU Utilization condition defined in the current Qapp node. See Target Devices for more details.

3)Click OK.

5.Click Save in the upper right corner of the Gapp Editor.

1)Select a location in the Save Gapp dialog.

2)Name the Gapp, such as Troubleshoot High CPU.

3)Click OK.