IGOR (Infrastructure Geo-Ops Reporter)
IGOR (Infra Geo-Ops Reporter) overlays infrastructure data over a map view.
IGOR plots the highest CPU, memory, and disk usage for hosts at various locations on a map, with the ability to drill down into hosts at a location.
IGOR’s near real-time nature makes it ideal to be used in a network operations center.
Open source license
This project is distributed under the Apache 2 license.
New Relic Infrastructure.
Ensure that you have Git and NPM installed. If you're unsure whether you have one or both of them installed, run the following command. (If you have them installed these commands will return a version number, if not, the commands won't be recognized.)
git --version npm -v
Run the following command to clone this repository and run the code locally against your New Relic data:
nr1 nerdpack:clone -r https://github.com/newrelic/nr1-igor.git cd nr1-igor nr1 nerdpack:serve
Visit https://one.newrelic.com/?nerdpacks=local, navigate to the Nerdpack, and
Deploying this Nerdpack
Open a command prompt in the nerdpack's directory and run the following commands.
# To create a new uuid for the nerdpack so that you can deploy it to your account: # nr1 nerdpack:uuid -g [--profile=your_profile_name] # To see a list of APIkeys / profiles available in your development environment: # nr1 profiles:list nr1 nerdpack:publish [--profile=your_profile_name] nr1 nerdpack:deploy [-c [DEV|BETA|STABLE]] [--profile=your_profile_name] nr1 nerdpack:subscribe [-c [DEV|BETA|STABLE]] [--profile=your_profile_name]
Visit https://one.newrelic.com, navigate to the Nerdpack, and
IGOR opens with a splash screen featuring a drop-down that lists accounts that you can switch between, and a button to open the admin panel.
Set up Mapbox
Select the gear icon to open the admin panel.
IGOR uses Mapbox to display the map. To do so, in General Settings, add your Mapbox Access Token. For more information, see the Mapbox access tokens information.
Modify the default map view
Select the Add/Edit Locations tab to add locations on the map.
List the locations, one location per line, with the name, latitude, and longitude specified as comma-separated values for each location. For example:
San Francisco,37.7913249,-122.3951599 Atlanta,33.7869491,-84.3849318 Portland,45.5221871,-122.6784799 Phoenix,33.4485711,-112.0743242
After you add locations, switch to the Hosts at Locations tab.
Click on a location to bring up a list of hosts reporting into New Relic Infrastructure. Check all hosts for each location.
After you have set up all the locations, close the admin panel to view your map.
New Relic hosts and moderates an online forum where you can interact with New Relic employees as well as other customers to get help and share best practices. Like all New Relic open source community projects, there's a related topic in the New Relic Explorers Hub. You can find this project's topic/threads here:
Please do not report issues with IGOR to New Relic Global Technical Support. Instead, visit the
Explorers Hub for troubleshooting and best-practices.
Issues and enhancement requests
Submit issues and enhancement requests in the Issues tab of this repository. Please search for and review the existing open issues before submitting a new issue.
Contributions are welcome (and if you submit an enhancement request, expect to be invited to contribute it yourself
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