Telegraf Plugins used:
- 1 Bucket:
telegraf, 7d retention
Sensu Go Template+ Telegraf Plugin Labels
- 1 Telegraf Configuration
- 1 Dashboard:
- 1 Variable:
If you have your InfluxDB credentials configured in the CLI, you can install this template with:
Sensu is an open source monitoring solution that builds upon two simple, yet powerful monitoring primitives: Service Checks and Event Processing. These building blocks also provide infinitely extensible pipelines for composing monitoring solutions.
Why monitor your Sensu Go Observability tool?
Sensu is a unified infrastructure and application monitoring solution that helps you gain deep visibility into servers, containers, services, applications, functions, and connected devices across any public or private cloud. It helps you ensure that your applications are performant and provides your users with the best user experience while managing distributed and complex environments. With such an important purpose, it is equally as important to ensure your Senso Go Observability tool is available and functioning. You can collect all the important metrics to support this cause using the Prometheus Format Telegraf Plugin that comes preconfigured in this InfluxDB Template.
Sesu Go monitoring dashboard
How to use Sensu Go Monitoring Template
Once your InfluxDB credentials have been properly configured in the CLI, you can install the Sensu Go monitoring template using the Quick Install command. Once installed, the data for the dashboard will be populated by the included Prometheus Format Telegraf configuration, which contains the relevant Sensu Go Input. Note that you might need to customize the input configuration to better serve your needs, including by specifying a new input value. All of this will depend on how your organization is currently running Sensu Go.
To find out more information about environmental variables within the Telegraf configuration, consult the following link.
Key Sensu Go monitoring metrics to monitor
Some of the most important Sensu Go monitoring metrics that you should proactively monitor include:
- Agent sessions per namespace
- Scheduler checks
- etcd server counts
- Total agent sessions
- Message latency
- Messages published per second
- Event handler latency
- Processed events per second