statsd_exporter - StatsD to Prometheus metrics exporter

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statsd_exporter receives StatsD-style metrics and exports them as Prometheus metrics.To pipe metrics from an existing StatsD environment into Prometheus, configure StatsD's repeater backend to repeat all received metrics to a statsd_exporter process. This exporter translates StatsD metrics to Prometheus metrics via configured mapping rules.

https://github.com/prometheus/statsd_exporter

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