Sensu is a monitoring system framework, handling the remote execution of checks.
Checks can utilize user created plugins, returning an exit status code and outputting to STDOUT.
Check results are handled by user created handlers.
Documentation can be found here.
Sensu is released under the MIT license.
Keep it simple.
- Have a set of attributes to describe it, including its responsibilities
- Send keep-alives to a server
- Subscribe to a queue bound to a set of fanout exchanges, determined by its responsibilities
- Substitute tokens in check commands with their matching client attribute
- Report when it does not have a client attribute for token substitution
- Receive checks from subscriptions, execute them, and publish the results to a queue with its client name
- Not allow overlapping check executions of the same name
- Report when it is unaware of a check it received from a subscription
- Subscribe to a queue for check results, another for keep-alives
- Pull keep-alives, storing client details
- Publish checks on defined intervals to their associated fanout exchanges
- Pull check results, storing the latest events for clients, a good result will flush a previous event for that client
- Create an event when it stops receiving keep-alives from a client, a new keep-alive for the client will clear the event
- Trigger a event handler, either the default handler or one specified for the check, providing it with a JSON event file
- List all current events
- List all clients and their attributes
- Show a client and its attributes
- Remove a client and resolve associated events
- Output to STDOUT
- Return a valid exit status code
- Accept a command line argument “-f”, for an event file path
- Parse the JSON event file
- Handle the event as it wishes
- RabbitMQ (default configuration)
- Redis (default configuration)