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[openstack-dev] [horizon] A Monitoring panel plugin for Horizon

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Hi Julien,
On Tue, Aug 11 2017, Julien Danjou wrote:

We are happy to share with you that we developed an AngularJS based usage >> monitoring panel for Horizon. >> The panel visualizes the collected utilization data by Ceilometer. >> >> Source code is now available on github [1]. >> >> The plugin consists of 3 panels; a monitoring panel for users, a project >> monitoring panel and a hypervisor monitoring panel for admins. >> >> A user can display utilization charts for the current project's instances, >> export the metrics in csv format and launch alarms using the dashboard. >> We have another service to capture these alarms and send notification e-mails >> to the cloud users which is also available on github.com/b3lab. >> An admin can display projects' utilization charts, export the metrics in csv >> format in Project Monitor panel. And the Hypervisor Monitor panel is to >> visualize SNMP based metrics collected from hypervisors. >> >> We are currently improving some features. >> >> Some screenshots published at our website [2]. We also uploaded two videos >> showing some features of the plugin [3][4]. >> >> All comments and ideas are welcome! >
Did you build all of this against the deprecated Ceilometer API rather
than Gnocchi? :(
We published a new release of our Monitor Panel which uses Gnocchi api as the backend [1].
As Gokhan said, our cloud platform is still on Mitaka so we tested this new release on Devstack,
It seems quite faster than mongodb, so we also added the weekly and monthly monitoring options.
Do you have any other suggestions?

[1] https://github.com/b3lab/safir_monitor_dashboard

Thanks in advance,

ecelik


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asked Sep 15, 2017 in openstack-dev by Esra_Celik (740 points)   1 1

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On Fri, Sep 15 2017, Esra Celik wrote:

Hi Esra,

We published a new release of our Monitor Panel which uses Gnocchi api as the backend [1].
As Gokhan said, our cloud platform is still on Mitaka so we tested this new
release on Devstack,

That sounds cool.

It seems quite faster than mongodb, so we also added the weekly and monthly
monitoring options.

It is way faster than MongoDB indeed, which was a starting point for the
project back then. :)

Do you have any other suggestions?

I guess if you found everything you wanted in the Gnocchi API that's
awesome. If there are feature you think you miss, please let us know!

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Julien Danjou

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responded Sep 15, 2017 by Julien_Danjou (20,500 points)   2 4 6
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Hi Julien,

----- 15 Eyl 2017 tarihinde, 15:20 saatinde, julien julien@danjou.info şunları yazdı:

I guess if you found everything you wanted in the Gnocchi API that's
awesome. If there are feature you think you miss, please let us know!

I think Gnocchi API is very handy, the resource, metric and measure hierarchy is well designed.
Using a default Ceilometer configuration Measures class in [1] does everything we need to monitor the utilization data.
If Ceilometer is configured to save memoryutil and diskutil it will be even easier.
We will soon add checks if these x_util data are in gnocchiclient.metric.list.

By the way I realized that a host typed resource's hardware.disk.size.total and hardware.disk.size.used metrics are collected with value 0 every time.
But host_disk typed resource's have meaningful values. This happens with the default configuration of Ceilometer.

[1] https://github.com/b3lab/safir_monitor_dashboard/blob/master/monitor_dashboard/api/rest/gnocchi.py

ecelik


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