[erlang-questions] Send VM metrics to Grafana

João Henrique Freitas <>
Thu Feb 9 23:59:02 CET 2017


Hi,

And what about this:

https://dalmatiner.io
https://dalmatiner.readme.io/docs

Thanks.

On Thu, Feb 9, 2017 at 6:57 PM, Frank Muller <>
wrote:

> Thanks Anthony. For sure I'll give it a try.
>
> /Frank
>
> <> a écrit :
>
> If you want the flexibility of swapping out where you send metrics to
>> without changing application code you might consider MonDemand (
>> http://www.mondemand.org/).
>>
>> We use it to send many millions of metrics every minute and currently
>> write those to RRDs which are accessed by grafana via graphite.  In the
>> past I wrote plugins to forward metrics to InfluxDB, OpenTSDB/KairosDB,
>> Graphite, Riemann, and a few other custom backends.  I haven't looked at it
>> but adding something like Prometheus is possible assuming a decent client
>> library exists.
>>
>> Mondemand client libraries exist in Erlang, Java, and C (SWIG compatible
>> and we've wrapped perl and python).  The Erlang client library has been
>> embedded in both Elixir and Erlang without issue for years.
>>
>> If you have any interest in checking it out and need help with setup or
>> questions let me know.
>>
>> -Anthony
>>
>> On Feb 9, 2017, at 11:49 AM, Frank Muller <>
>> wrote:
>>
>> Andre,
>>
>> I like it it's simple and VerneMQ graphs look great.
>>
>> Do you also have some docs on how set these dashboards on Grafana?
>>
>> /Frank
>>
>> <> a écrit :
>>
>> Hi Frank,
>>
>> VerneMQ, the project I am working at these days has chosen the
>> Prometheus path too. However, we currently don't use the mentioned
>> library as most of our metrics (including vm stats) are either gauges or
>> counters it was very simple to expose them directly using a Cowboy HTTP
>> handler returning the metrics in text/plain.
>>
>> The HTTP handler code is available here:
>> https://github.com/erlio/vernemq/blob/master/apps/vmq_
>> server/src/vmq_metrics_http.erl#L47-L61
>>
>> The code that sets up the metrics is here:
>> https://github.com/erlio/vernemq/blob/master/apps/vmq_
>> server/src/vmq_metrics.erl
>>
>> Hope this helps.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Andre
>>
>>
>> On 02/09/2017 06:48 PM, Frank Muller wrote:
>> > Thanks Illya, found it already this morning.
>> >
>> > Does someone already used this library? Maybe she/he can share their
>> > experience?
>> >
>> > /Frank
>> >
>> >     Then you might want to try
>> >     https://github.com/deadtrickster/prometheus.erl____
>> >
>> >     __ __
>> >
>> >     Regards,____
>> >
>> >     Ilya
>> >
>> >     __ __
>> >
>> >     *From: *Frank Muller <mailto:>
>> >     *Sent: *Thursday, February 9, 2017 12:37 PM
>> >     *To: *Alexander Petrovsky <mailto:>;
>> >     Erlang-Questions Questions <mailto:>;
>> >      <mailto:>
>> >     *Subject: *Re: [erlang-questions] Send VM metrics to Grafana
>> >
>> >     __ __
>> >
>> >     Thanks for all the pointers guys.
>> >
>> >     I've also heard about Prometheus (https://prometheus.io/).
>> >
>> >     I like it because it's a single Go binary, very easy to deploy.
>> >
>> >     Anyone has any experience with it and Grafana?
>> >
>> >     /Frank
>> >
>> >     < <mailto:>>
>> >
>> >         Hello!
>> >
>> >         There are bunch of projects for this, by example exometer, my
>> >         metronome (https://github.com/juise/metronome), and so on.
>> >
>> >         Just install influxdb and grafana
>> >
>> >         чт, 9 февр. 2017 г. в 12:06, Frank Muller
>> >         < <mailto:
>> >>:
>> >
>> >             Hi everyone,
>> >
>> >             Does anyone succeeded to push VM metrics to Grafana
>> >             (http://grafana.org/).
>> >
>> >             Here I'm looking for a simple integration with minimal
>> >             dependencies if possible.
>> >
>> >             Thank you.
>> >             /Frank
>> >
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