Promitor is an Azure Monitor scraper which makes the metrics available for metric systems such as Atlassian Statuspage, Prometheus and StatsD.
Running Promitor Scraper
Running Promitor Scraper is super easy:
docker run -d -p 8999:80 --name promitor-agent-scraper \ --env PROMITOR_AUTH_APPID='<azure-ad-app-id>' \ --env-file C:/Promitor/az-mon-auth.creds \ --volume C:/Promitor/metrics-declaration.yaml:/config/metrics-declaration.yaml \ --volume C:/Promitor/runtime.yaml:/config/runtime.yaml \ tomkerkhove/promitor-agent-scraper:1.6.1
Docker image is available on Docker Hub.
- Automatically pushes metrics to systems such as Prometheus & StatsD
- Automatically scrapes Azure Monitor metrics (single and multi-dimensional) across various subscription & resource groups
- Built-in support for a variety of Azure services (overview)
- Easy to declare metrics to scrape via YAML & APIs
- Easily deployable via Docker & Kubernetes
- Sends telemetry to container logs & Azure Application Insights
- Available for Linux & Windows runtimes
- Support for all Azure clouds
And there is more on the way - Check our backlog and vote for features!
- How It Works
- Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Promitor is actively maintained and developed with best-effort support.
We do welcome PRs that implement features from our backlog and are always happy to help you incorporate Promitor in your infrastructure, but do not provide 24/7 support. Are you having issues or feature requests?
Feel free to let us know!
We are proud to have the following customer(s) running Promitor in production:
Learn more about how they are using Promitor:
- “Monitor Azure Resources using Promitor” by ResDiary
We’d like to thank the following service(s) for supporting our open-source initiative!
- Netlify allows us to provide previews of our documentation changes in our pull requests that make it easier to review them.
But they are not the only one we’d like to thank!
For a full list of services, tooling & NuGet packages that support us - Have a look at our Thank you page!
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