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azure-health-exporter

Prometheus exporter exposing Azure Resource health status as up metrics.

This exporter does not export metrics from Azure Monitor API, please use the azure_metrics_exporter for that. Note that the azure-health-exporter is following the same label naming used in the azure_metrics_exporter, in order to ease metric joins in PromQL queries.

Getting Started

Azure account requirements

This exporter call Azure API from an existing subscription with these requirements:

  • An application must be registered (e.g., Azure Active Directory -> App registrations -> New application registration)

API rate limit

Note that Azure imposes a very low rate limit for the Resource Health API calls. The Resource Health provider is returning an X-Ms-Ratelimit-Remaining-Subscription-Resource-Requests header, which means, as per documentation, that the "service has overridden the default limit". The limit has been observed to be 100 requests per 10 minutes. To minimize impact, the exporter has been designed to perform only one Resource Health request per scrape. The rate limit remaining count is also exposed as a metric.

Prerequisites

To run this project, you will need a working Go environment.

Installing

go get -u github.com/FXinnovation/azure-health-exporter

Building

Build the sources with

make build

Run the binary

./azure-health-exporter

The exporter expects these environment variables to configure the Azure API connection.

Environment Variable Description
AZURE_SUBSCRIPTION_ID Found under properties in the Azure portal for your application/service
AZURE_TENANT_ID Found under Azure Active Directory > Properties and listed as Directory ID
AZURE_CLIENT_ID Also listed as Application Id, is obtained by registering an application under 'Azure Active Directory'
AZURE_CLIENT_SECRET Is generated by selecting your application/service under Azure Active Directory, selecting 'keys', and generating a new key

By default, the exporter optional config file is expected in config/config.yml.

Use -h flag to list available options.

Testing

Running unit tests

make test

Configuration

Configuration is usually done in config/config.yml.

An example can be found in config/config_example.yml.

Configuration element Description
resource_configurations (Mandatory) A list of configuration elements to select resources to monitor for health
resource_types (Mandatory) A list of resource type to filter resources (must be part of the supported type list)
resource_tags (Mandatory) A map of resource tag name and value to filter resources
expose_azure_tag_info (Optional, default to false) Whether or not to expose the azure_tag_info metric

Docker image

You can run images published in dockerhub.

You can also build a docker image using:

make docker

The resulting image is named fxinnovation/azure-health-exporter:<git-branch>.

The image exposes port 9613 and expects an optional config in /opt/azure-health-exporter/config.yml. To configure it, you must pass the environment variables, and you can bind-mount a config from your host:

docker run -p 9613:9613 -v /path/on/host/config/config.yml:/opt/azure-health-exporter/config/config.yml -e AZURE_SUBSCRIPTION_ID="my_subscription_id" -e AZURE_TENANT_ID="my_tenant_id" -e AZURE_CLIENT_ID="my_client_id" -e AZURE_CLIENT_SECRET="my_client_secret" fxinnovation/azure-health-exporter:<git-branch>

Exposed metrics

Metric Description
azure_resource_health_availability_up Resource health availability that relies on signals from different Azure services to assess whether a resource is healthy. This UP metric is 0 if availability status is Unavailable, and is 1 otherwise.
azure_tag_info Tags of the Azure resource, exposed only if expose_azure_tag_info config is set to true
azure_resource_health_ratelimit_remaining_requests Azure subscription scoped Resource Health requests remaining (based on X-Ms-Ratelimit-Remaining-Subscription-Resource-Requests header)

Example:

# HELP azure_resource_health_availability_up Resource health availability that relies on signals from different Azure services to assess whether a resource is healthy
# TYPE azure_resource_health_availability_up gauge
azure_resource_health_availability_up{resource_group="my_group",resource_name="my_name",resource_type="Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts",subscription_id="xxx"} 1
# HELP azure_tag_info Tags of the Azure resource
# TYPE azure_tag_info gauge
azure_tag_info{resource_group="my_group",resource_name="my_name",resource_type="Microsoft.Storage/storageAccounts",subscription_id="xxx",tag_monitoring="enabled"} 1
# HELP azure_resource_health_ratelimit_remaining_requests Azure subscription scoped Resource Health requests remaining (based on X-Ms-Ratelimit-Remaining-Subscription-Resource-Requests header)
# TYPE azure_resource_health_ratelimit_remaining_requests gauge
azure_resource_health_ratelimit_remaining_requests{subscription_id="xxx"} 98

Contributing

Refer to CONTRIBUTING.md.

License

Apache License 2.0, see LICENSE.

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