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DCMonitor

A simple, lightweight Data Center monitor, currently includes Zookeeper, Kafka, Druid(in progress). Motivated by KafkaOffsetMonitor, but faster and more stable.

It is written in java, and use Prometheus as historical metrics storage.

##License

The MIT License (MIT)

###Zookeeper monitor

###Kafka monitor

###Druid monitor

##Dependences

  • Run
  • Compile
    • maven
    • java(1.7 or later)

##Installation

  • Set up your Zookeeper, Kafka, Druid(If you have) for monitoring.

  • Set up Prometheus/.

    • Download a Prometheus release 0.16.0 from https://github.com/prometheus/prometheus/releases and set it up following http://prometheus.io/docs/introduction/getting_started/, you can stop before here if you don't want to go deep into prometheus. And don't worry, it is extremely easy.

    • Add a job to scrape DCMonitor's metrics, job config should looks like:

         - job_name: 'dcmonitor'
           scrape_interval: 5s
           scrape_timeout: 10s
           target_groups:
             - targets: ['localhost:8075']
      

      Here localhost:8075 is the DCMonitor's host:port which web service listen on (configured in application.properties). The completed example is here.

      After that go to http://<hostname>:9090/status, expected to see the dcmonitor endpoints in targets section. It is in UNHEALTHY state because we havn't set up DCMonitor web service yet!

  • Compile & deploy DCMonitor

    • Compile

       git clone git@github.com:shunfei/DCMonitor.git
       cd DCMonitor
       ./build.sh
      

      Then a target folder will be generated under root folder.

    • Deploy

      You only need to deploy target, run.sh, config to target machine.

      Modify configurations in config/config.json and application.properties.

      Run run.sh, will start the DCMonitor web service. If every thing is fine, visit http://<hostname>:8075 to enjoy!