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🐦 PollyTick 🐦

Execution statistics for Polly policies.

This library is aims to provide a simple wrapper for the wonderful Polly to collect statistics about policy executions. It aims to allow programmers keep track of what policies are costing them time, and provide a seam to observe policy executions.

Features

  • Keep track of Policy execution time
  • Allow async policy execution
  • Supports policies with results
  • Can capture exceptions, or allow them to trickle up the stack
  • Collected statistics available through fine-grained observers

Example

PollyTick provides a fluent interface for observing the execution of Polly policies.

var stats = Ticker
    .WithPolicy(Policy.NoOp())
    .Execute(() => 1701);
Assert.Equal(1, stats.Executions);
Assert.Equal(1701, stats.Result);

Statistics aren't just returned from each execution. An observer can be registered when preparing the Ticker, and passed in to each Execute call.

var overall = new BookkeepingObserver();
var ticker = Ticker
    .WithPolicy(Policy.NoOp())
    .WithObserver(overall);

var one = new BookkeepingObserver();
ticker.Execute(() => 1000, one);
ticker.Execute(() => { throw new Exception(); });

Assert.Equal(2, overall.Executions);
Assert.Equal(1, overall.Exceptions);

Assert.Equal(1, one.Executions);
Assert.Equal(0, one.Exceptions);

Naturally there's async support too:

var stats = await Ticker
    .WithPolicy(Policy.NoOpAsync())
    .ExecuteAsync(() => Task.Delay(100));
Assert.True(stats.Elapsed >= TimeSpan.FromMilliseconds(100));

Installation

You can get your hands on PollyTick from Nuget.

PM> Install-Package PollyTick

or for .NET Core update project.json

"PollyTick": "0.4.0",