Query prometheus database for stats and other information. It also allows you to subscribe to alters using alertmanager.
Prometheus integration gives you ability to query your stats and other information and to run other management commands using maira commands.
You can also send your alerts to maira using Prometheus alertmanager webhook.
For integrating with prometheus, you need to provide your prometheus host addresses and authorization token. Make sure that service_name is set as
prometheus and there is one cluster named
prometheus-default since this will be used by default if no cluster is specified in the command.
Below is sample configuration for enabling prometheus integration through Helm Chart Values file
- disabled tag can be set to true to temporarily disable the service without removing the config
- multiple clusters can be added under tag "clusters"
Below is sample configuration for enabling prometheus integration
modules: - name: maira_io.module.http services: - name: maira_io.service.http typed_config: "@type": types.google.com/maira_io.config.service.http.v1.Config clusters: - name: prometheus-default addresses: - "http://localhost:9090" request_headers_add: "content-type": "application/x-www-form-urlencoded" service_name: prometheus
Maira also integrates with Prometheus alertmanager to send alerts to maira. Maira can then act on those alerts to run previously defined playbook. Below is the sample alertmanager config that you will have to do, where
site_name is to be replaced with the actual site name and
CLIENT_SECRET are to be replaced with client id and secret for your team.
route: group_by: ['alertname'] group_wait: 10s group_interval: 10s repeat_interval: 1h receiver: 'maira' receivers: - name: 'maira' webhook_configs: - url: 'https://api.demo.maira.io/events/site/<site_name>' http_config: oauth2: client_id: <CLIENT_ID> client_secret: <CLIENT_SECRET> token_url: 'https://maira-dev.us.auth0.com/oauth/token' endpoint_params: audience: 'https://api.maira-dev.maira.io/event'