# This is an automatically generated code sample.
# To make this code sample work in your Oracle Cloud tenancy,
# please replace the values for any parameters whose current values do not fit
# your use case (such as resource IDs, strings containing ‘EXAMPLE’ or ‘unique_id’, and
# boolean, number, and enum parameters with values not fitting your use case).

import oci
from datetime import datetime

# Create a default config using DEFAULT profile in default location
# Refer to
# https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/en-us/iaas/Content/API/Concepts/sdkconfig.htm#SDK_and_CLI_Configuration_File
# for more info
config = oci.config.from_file()


# Initialize service client with default config file
monitoring_client = oci.monitoring.MonitoringClient(config)


# Send the request to service, some parameters are not required, see API
# doc for more info
post_metric_data_response = monitoring_client.post_metric_data(
    post_metric_data_details=oci.monitoring.models.PostMetricDataDetails(
        metric_data=[
            oci.monitoring.models.MetricDataDetails(
                namespace="EXAMPLE-namespace-Value",
                compartment_id="ocid1.test.oc1..<unique_ID>EXAMPLE-compartmentId-Value",
                name="EXAMPLE-name-Value",
                dimensions={
                    'EXAMPLE_KEY_HHLKq': 'EXAMPLE_VALUE_Fyn81qYvk95mK9OztWaj'},
                datapoints=[
                    oci.monitoring.models.Datapoint(
                        timestamp=datetime.strptime(
                            "2026-04-12T13:37:47.876Z",
                            "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S.%fZ"),
                        value=4043.3508,
                        count=33)],
                resource_group="EXAMPLE-resourceGroup-Value",
                metadata={
                    'EXAMPLE_KEY_XJIum': 'EXAMPLE_VALUE_jRc8naaE2rgCMgdBhA71'})],
        batch_atomicity="NON_ATOMIC"),
    opc_request_id="XP0GW7PGG94E6IQOBP0Q/OpcRequestIdExample/<unique_ID>")

# Get the data from response
print(post_metric_data_response.data)