Custom Metrics Adapter Server Boilerplate
This repository contains boilerplate code for setting up an implementation of the custom metrics API (https://github.com/kubernetes/metrics).
It includes the necessary boilerplate for setting up an implementation (generic API server setup, registration of resources, etc), plus an implementation for testing that allows setting metric values over HTTP.
How to use this repository
This repository is designed to be used as a library. First, implement one
or more of the metrics provider interfaces in
pkg/provider (for example,
CustomMetricsProvider), depending on which APIs you want to support.
Then, use the
pkg/cmd to initialize the necessary flags
and set up the API server, passing in your providers.
It is strongly suggested that you make use of the dependency versions listed in glide.yaml, as mismatched versions of Kubernetes dependencies can lead to build issues.
Development for boilerplate project
- glide to install dependencies before you can use this project.
- Go same version of Go as Kubernetes
- Mercurial - one of dependencies requires hg
Clone and Build the Testing Adapter
There is a test adapter in this repository that can be used for testing changes to the repository, as a mock implementation of the APIs for automated unit tests, and also as an example implementation.
Note that this adapter should not be used for production. It's for writing automated e2e tests and serving as a sample only.
To build and deploy it:
# build the test-adapter container as $REGISTRY/k8s-test-metrics-adapter export REGISTRY=<some-prefix> make test-adapter-container # push the container up to a registry (optional if your cluster is local) docker push $REGISTRY/k8s-test-metrics-adapter # launch the adapter using the test adapter deployment files kubectl apply -f test-adapter-deploy/testing-adapter.yaml
After the deployment you can set new metrics on the adapter using query the testing adapter with:
# set up a proxy to the api server so we can access write endpoints # of the testing adapter directly kubectl proxy & # write a sample metric -- the write paths match the same URL structure # as the read paths, but at the /write-metrics base path. curl -XPOST http://localhost:8080/api/v1/namespaces/custom-metrics/services/custom-metrics-apiserver:http/proxy/write-metrics/namespaces/default/services/kubernetes/test-metric --data-raw '"300m"'
# you can pipe to `jq .` to pretty-print the output, if it's installed # (otherwise, it's not necessary) kubectl get --raw "/apis/custom.metrics.k8s.io/v1beta1" | jq .
The APIs in this repository follow the standard guarantees for Kubernetes APIs, and will follow Kubernetes releases.
Community, discussion, contribution, and support
Learn how to engage with the Kubernetes community on the community page.
You can reach the maintainers of this repository at:
- Slack: #sig-instrumentation (on https://kubernetes.slack.com -- get an invite at slack.kubernetes.io)
- Mailing List: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/kubernetes-sig-instrumentation
Code of Conduct
Participation in the Kubernetes community is governed by the Kubernetes Code of Conduct.
See CONTRIBUTING.md for more information.