Plugin template and plugin monitor

What is a plugin template and a plugin monitor?

Plugin Template:
A plugin template is a set of attributes to be monitored. 
Example: file consisting of attributes like slow queries, reads, writes etc

Plugin Monitor:
A monitor that uses a plugin template for monitoring purposes
Example: The template installed in 'n' number of servers will create 'n' number of MySQL plugin monitors

Working Condition:
A single plugin template can be used for multiple plugin monitors

Use Case:
A user downloads and installs the from the Site24x7 Git repository and adds it to Server A. So, the template is and the plugin monitor added is

Now, the user can also use the same template in another server B. The plugin monitor will be added

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