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AppMetrics - App Metrics is an open-source and cross-platform

  •    CSharp

App Metrics is an open-source and cross-platform .NET library used to record metrics within an application. App Metrics can run on .NET Core or on the full .NET framework also supporting .NET 4.5.2. App Metrics abstracts away the underlaying repository of your Metrics for example InfluxDB, Graphite, Elasticsearch etc, by sampling and aggregating in memory and providing extensibility points to flush metrics to a repository at a specified interval.App Metrics provides various metric types to measure things such as the rate of requests, counting the number of user logins over time, measure the time taken to execute a database query, measure the amount of free memory and so on. Metrics types supported are Gauges, Counters, Meters, Histograms and Timers and Application Performance Indexes Apdex.

prometheus-nats-exporter - A Prometheus exporter for NATS metrics

  •    Go

The Prometheus NATS Exporter consists of both a package and an application that exports NATS server metrics to Prometheus for monitoring. The exporter aggregates metrics from the server monitoring endpoints you choose (varz, connz, subsz, routez) from a NATS server into a single Prometheus exporter endpoint.Start the prometheus-nats-exporter executable, and poll the varz metrics endpoints of the NATS server located on localhost configured with a monitor port of 5555.

gethexporter - Monitor your Geth Ethereum Server with Prometheus and Grafana

  •    Go

Monitor your Ethereum Geth server with Prometheus and Grafana. Checkout the Grafana Dashboard to implement a beautiful geth server monitor for your own server, or you can just import Dashboard ID: 6976 once you have GethExporter up and running. Run this Prometheus Exporter in a Docker container! Include your Geth server endpoint as GETH environment variable.




couchbase-exporter - Prometheus Couchbase 5 Exporter, Grafana dashboard and Alerting rules included

  •    Go

Innitially, have the same metrics as our old exporter, to facilitate the migration. Once that's done, we can better document all metrics, eventually improve their naming (like adding _total, _seconds, _byte prefixes), and finally, provide example alerting rules and grafana dashboards, so it's easier to proper monitor a couchbase cluster.