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README.md

caduceus

(pronounced "kuh-doo-see-us")

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Summary

The XMiDT server for delivering events from talaria to the registered consumer. Refer the overview docs for more information on how caduceus fits into the overall picture.

Table of Contents

Code of Conduct

This project and everyone participating in it are governed by the XMiDT Code Of Conduct. By participating, you agree to this Code.

Details

Caduceus has one function: to deliver events to a consumer. To enable this, caduceus has three endpoints: 1) receive events, 2) register webhooks, and 3) get webhooks.

Notify - api/v3/notify endpoint

The notify endpoint will accept a msgpack encoding of a WRP Message. If a webhook is registered and matches the device regex and event regex, the event will be sent to the webhook's registered url. To register a webhook, refer to the webhook registration section

Webhook - /hook endpoint

To register a webhook and get events, the consumer must send an http POST request to caduceus that includes the http url for receiving the events and a list of regex filters. The following is an example request. Note: this is not a valid json because of the added comments.

{
  "config" : {
    # The url to push events to.
    "url" : "http://localhost:8080/webhook",

    # The content type event.
    # (Optional) defaults to msgpack.
    "content_type" : "application/json",

    # The secret used for SHA1 HMAC.
    # Used to validate the received payload.
    # (Optional) defaults to no sha1 hmac.
    "secret" : "secret",

    # Alternative urls to send requests too. A list of server urls to use in
    # round robin for sending events.
    # (Optional) defaults to no alternative urls.
    "alt_urls" : [
      "http://localhost:8080/webhook"
    ]
  },

  # The URL to notify when we cut off a client due to overflow.
  # (Optional) defaults no notification of error.
  "failure_url" : "http://localhost:8080/webhook-failure",

  # The list of regular expressions to match event type against.
  # Warning: This is a very expensive webhook registration. This is not recommended for production.
  # This registration will be sent all events.
  "events" : [
    ".*"
  ],

  # matcher type contains values to match against the metadata.
  # currently only device_id is supported.
  # (Optional) defaults to all devices.
  "matcher" : {
    "device_id": [
      ".*"
    ]
  }
}

Get Webhooks - /hooks endpoint

To speed up caduceus start up time and test the registration of webhooks, the /hooks endpoint was created. This is a simple GET request which will return all the webhooks and their configuration.

Usage

Once everything is up and running you can start sending requests. Bellow are a few examples.

Create a hook

curl -X POST \
  http://localhost:6000/hook \
  -H 'Authorization: Basic YXV0aEhlYWRlcg==' \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  -d '{
  "config": {
		"url" : "http://127.0.0.1:9090/webhook2",
		"content_type" : "application/json"
  },
  "events": [
    ".*"
  ],
  "duration": 120,
  "address": "127.0.0.1"
}'

Send an Event

curl -X POST \
  http://localhost:6000/api/v3/notify \
  -H 'Authorization: Basic YXV0aEhlYWRlcg==' \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/msgpack' \
  --data "@msg.bin"

where msg.bin is a msgpack encoded json

List Hooks

curl -X GET \
  http://localhost:6000/hooks \
  -H 'Authorization: Basic YXV0aEhlYWRlcg=='

Get Health

curl http://localhost:6001/health

GET some pprof stats

curl http://localhost:6002/debug/pprof/mutex

Build

Source

In order to build from the source, you need a working Go environment with version 1.11 or greater. Find more information on the Go website.

You can directly use go get to put the caduceus binary into your GOPATH:

GO111MODULE=on go get github.com/xmidt-org/caduceus

You can also clone the repository yourself and build using make:

mkdir -p $GOPATH/src/github.com/xmidt-org
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/xmidt-org
git clone git@github.com:xmidt-org/caduceus.git
cd caduceus
make build

Makefile

The Makefile has the following options you may find helpful:

  • make build: builds the caduceus binary
  • make docker: builds a docker image for caduceus, making sure to get all dependencies
  • make local-docker: builds a docker image for caduceus with the assumption that the dependencies can be found already
  • make test: runs unit tests with coverage for caduceus
  • make clean: deletes previously-built binaries and object files

RPM

First have a local clone of the source and go into the root directory of the repository. Then use rpkg to build the rpm:

rpkg srpm --spec <repo location>/<spec file location in repo>
rpkg -C <repo location>/.config/rpkg.conf sources --outdir <repo location>'

Docker

The docker image can be built either with the Makefile or by running a docker command. Either option requires first getting the source code.

See Makefile on specifics of how to build the image that way.

For running a command, either you can run docker build after getting all dependencies, or make the command fetch the dependencies. If you don't want to get the dependencies, run the following command:

docker build -t caduceus:local -f deploy/Dockerfile .

If you want to get the dependencies then build, run the following commands:

GO111MODULE=on go mod vendor
docker build -t caduceus:local -f deploy/Dockerfile.local .

For either command, if you want the tag to be a version instead of local, then replace local in the docker build command.

Kubernetes

A helm chart can be used to deploy caduceus to kubernetes

helm install xmidt-caduceus deploy/helm/caduceus

Deploy

For deploying a XMiDT cluster refer to getting started.

For running locally, ensure you have the binary built. If it's in your GOPATH, run:

caduceus

If the binary is in your current folder, run:

./caduceus

Contributing

Refer to CONTRIBUTING.md.

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