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Cron job schedular on Amazon Web Services(AWS)
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elastiquartz



elastiquartz is cron job scheduler on Amazon Web Services(AWS).

Disclaimer

elastiquartz support only aws currently. Work in progress.

Required Environment Variables

elastiquartz requires several environment variables. This can be easily operated as Docker container.

name example description
CRON_LOCATION_TYPE s3 storage system to place cron definition file
CRON_LOCATION your_bucket_name if s3, specify bucket name
CRON_TARGET cron_file cron definition yml file path. if s3://your_bucket_name/cron_file.yml, you must specify cron_file
EVENT_TARGET_TYPE sqs Destination of message
FATAL_THRESHOLD_PERCENTAGE -1 If error rate reached this value, process will shutdown.
HEALTH_CHECK_MINUTES 5 Check error rate inlast specified minutes
AWS_REGION us-west-2 your AWS region
AWS_ACCESS_KEY your_access_key AWS access key
AWS_SECRET_KEY your_secret_key AWS secret key
LOGGING_LEVEL ERROR Logging level. default INFO

Cron Definition File(YAML)

In elastiquartz, definiton of cron and message to be sent described in yaml format.

sqs001:
  -
    cron: 0 0-5 14 * * ?
    # message to sqs
    message:
      job: job1
      params:
        param1: value1
        param2: value2
  -
    cron: 0 0/5 * * * ?
    # message to SQS
    message:
      job: job2
      params:
        param1: value1
        param2: value2

Top level element is destination of message. You may specify Amazon SQS queue name.

Then below the top level should be array. Each elements should have cron and message element. Notation of cron expression is the same as Quartz.
message element is you free data. This data you have described here is delivered is converted to JSON.

If written as follows,

message:
  job: job2
  params:
    param1: value1
    param2: value2

It will be distributed to SQS as follows.

{
  "job": "job2",
  "params": {
    "param1": "value1",
    "param2": "value2"
  }
}

example of docker-compose.yml

As follows.

elastiquartz:
  image: stormcat24/elastiquartz:latest
  environment:
    CRON_LOCATION_TYPE: s3
    CRON_LOCATION: your_bucket_name
    CRON_TARGET: cron_file_name
    EVENT_TARGET_TYPE: sqs
    AWS_REGION: us-west-2
    AWS_ACCESS_KEY: your_access_key
    AWS_SECRET_KEY: your_secret_key
  volumes:
    # output /logs/elastiquartz.log in container.
    - /var/log/elastiquartz:/logs

Metrics

elastiquartz uses spring-boot-actuator. You can get various metrics by HTTP.

http://docs.spring.io/spring-boot/docs/current-SNAPSHOT/reference/htmlsingle/#production-ready-metrics

e.g.

$ curl http://localhost:8080/metrics
{"mem":635184,"mem.free":429576,"processors":8,"instance.uptime":12356,"uptime":16756,"systemload.average":2.99853515625,"heap.committed":571392,"heap.init":262144,"heap.used":141815,"heap":3728384,"nonheap.committed":65408,"nonheap.init":2496,"nonheap.used":63793,"nonheap":0,"threads.peak":35,"threads.daemon":18,"threads.totalStarted":39,"threads":35,"classes":8260,"classes.loaded":8260,"classes.unloaded":0,"gc.ps_scavenge.count":6,"gc.ps_scavenge.time":83,"gc.ps_marksweep.count":2,"gc.ps_marksweep.time":120,"httpsessions.max":-1,"httpsessions.active":0,"gauge.response.beans":25.0,"gauge.response.root":33.0,"counter.status.200.root":1,"counter.status.200.beans":1}

TODO

  • Support Active/Standby(Hot) for Redundancy
  • Support SNS topic

License

See LICENSE.

Copyright © Akinori Yamada(@stormcat24). All Rights Reserved.

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