What is Promgen?
- Create and manage Prometheus configuration files
- Configure alert rules and notification options
See the Promgen introduction slides for more details.
Below are the steps to get started with Promgen.
1. Initialize Promgen
Initialize Promgen using Docker.
# Initialize required settings with Docker container # This will prompt you for connection settings for your database and Redis broker # using the standard DSN syntax. # Database example: mysql://password:username@hostname/databasename # Broker example: redis://localhost:6379/0 docker run --rm --network host -v ~/.config/promgen:/etc/promgen/ promgen:latest bootstrap # Apply database updates docker run --rm --network host -v ~/.config/promgen:/etc/promgen/ promgen:latest migrate
You can then use your favorite configuration management system to deploy to each worker.
2. Configure Prometheus
Configure Prometheus to load the target file from Prometheus and configure AlertManager to send notifications back to Promgen.
See the example settings files for proper configuration of Prometheus and AlertManager.
3. Run Promgen
Run Promgen using the following command.
# Run Promgen web worker. This is typically balanced behind an NGINX instance docker run --rm --network host -p 8000:8000 -v ~/.config/promgen:/etc/promgen/ promgen:latest web # Run Promgen celery worker. Make sure to run it on the same machine as your Prometheus server to manage the config settings docker run --rm --network host -v ~/.config/promgen:/etc/promgen/ -v /etc/prometheus:/etc/prometheus promgen:latest worker
How to contribute to Promgen
First of all, thank you so much for taking your time to contribute! We always welcome your ideas and feedback. Please feel free to make any pull requests.
- File an issue in the issue tracker to report bugs and propose new features and improvements.
- Ask a question using the issue tracker.
- Contribute your work by sending a pull request.
Setting up Promgen for development
You can install Promgen for a development environment as follows.
virtualenv --python=/path/to/python3 /path/to/virtualenv source /path/to/virtualenv/activate pip install -e .[dev] pip install mysqlclient # psycopg or another database driver # Setup database and update tables promgen migrate # Run tests promgen test # Run development server promgen runserver
Note: Promgen strives to be a standard Django application. Make sure to apply standard Django development patterns.
Contributor license agreement
If you are sending a pull request and it's a non-trivial change beyond fixing typos, please make sure to sign the ICLA(individual contributor license agreement). Please contact us if you need the CCLA (corporate contributor license agreement).
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