For VLAN interfaces, you can monitor raw throughput if your devices support the CISCO-SWITCH-ENGINE-MIB. Check out the cseL3Vlan* objects in that MIB. I would also recommend you start monitoring environment data such as temperature, voltage, fan status, etc. along with card health. Some of this can be done with traps/syslogs, but something like temperature is a good thing to watch. Again, depending on device type, the CISCO-ENVMON-MIB can be useful here.
If you are using inline power on your switches, monitoring power consumption from your end devices can be a good thing. You should look at the POWER-ETHERNET-MIB for watts used on a per-port basis.
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