Hello! Please help me in the analysis of the images below:

In the first image we have a mean time of 7 days and 168 minutes.

At a data point (blue screen) we have a value of 6, which represents 6% up there, all right. What does Max represent? What is always in 100? Why that?

In image 2 we have the same period but now with the 15 minutes resolution that gives us a 45% peak of usage, what I need is to determine the actual CPU usage% by the JVM.

What I realized was that the higher the count (Cont 3900) the lower the%

And the smaller the (count 288) the greater the value%

What is the real value of CPU consumption?

Value is the current value of the metric.

Min/Max values are for the metric across the period represented by the data point.

Count is the count of 15-second intervals represented by the data point

Each data point on a graph represents an equal division of the time covered by the graph. If the time range is set to Live, each data point represents a 15-second interval. If the time range is set to another value, the interval represented by each data point will be different. If the time range is set to two hours, for instance:

- Each data point represents a two-minute interval, or eight 15-second intervals

- Since there are eight 15-second intervals in two minutes, the count of each data point is 8.