You should try to use the least amount of searches as possible to get the values, you can use base searches to achieve this. If you're new to ITSI then perhaps you should experiment with adhoc searches first sense they are easier and will give faster time to value. First you create a new service
Configure > Services then you need to create the 3 KPI's to that service. You need the searches for this. Then you can set thresholds.
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hello @skoelpin ,
I also have the same situation.
I have configured a new service( Name : Test Service) and associated a Windows and a Linux CI as entities to the same. Then I created 2 KPIs( CPU for Windows and Memory for Linux) using Ad hoc searches. But after then when i check the Service Analyzer , I am expecting to see my service in the same, but I am not able to see it. Any suggestions?