Data Kennel is a CLI tool for managing Datadog infrastructure.
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Data Kennel requires the following software to be installed:
- python >= 2.7
- tox >= 2.9.1
Data Kennel can be installed from pip.
pip install data_kennel
For local development, Data Kennel also includes a setup script.
python setup.py develop
Data Kennel expects your Datadog API and APP keys to be available as environment variables, as
DATA_KENNEL_APP_KEY. Here is an example:
# Data Kennel Envvars export DATADOG_API_KEY="change_me" export DATA_KENNEL_APP_KEY="change_me"
You can create API and APP keys in the Datadog console.
Data Kennel has lint checks and unit tests for use when developing. Simply run tox.
Data Kennel currently supports listing, syncing, and deleting simple and composite monitors. Composite monitors are monitors that are composed of several other monitors. This is achieved through the
dk_monitor has the following options available: * list * update * delete
dk_monitor -h for more information and
data_kennel.yml.example for an example of the configuration file.
- Add support for
ORboolean operator in composite monitors.
- Add support for managing Datadog dashboards.
- Add support for managing Datadog downtimes.
- Add support for sending arbitrary Datadog events.
- Add support for queryng arbitrary Datadog metrics.
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