Hochmuth, Roland M
roland.hochmuth at hpe.com
Fri Apr 1 21:01:02 UTC 2016
Hi Rubab, I'm not that knowledge on networking/neutron, and still in learn mode, but it sounds like it would be useful. This is an area that I am starting to get more involved with. There is a potential design summit session that Armando and I are looking into hosting on monitoring Neutron.
Ceilosca was just a name that we created as a combination of Ceilometer and Monasca. There isn't an official Ceilosca project/repo. However, there is a repo called monasca-ceilometer at, https://github.com/openstack/monasca-ceilometer, which contains a Ceilometer publisher, that translates/sends samples to the Monasca API. The repo also contains a storage driver that allows you to use Monasca as a backend for Ceilometer. This code is quite stable, has undergone an extensive amount of testing and is ready for deployment.
From: Rubab Syed <rubab.syed21 at gmail.com<mailto:rubab.syed21 at gmail.com>>
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Subject: [openstack-dev] [Ceilosca][Neutron][Monasca]
I'm planning to write a plugin for Monasca that would enable router's traffic monitoring per subnet per tenant. For that purpose, I'm using Neutron l3 metering extension  that allows you to filter traffic based on CIDRs.
- Now given the fact that this extension can be used to create labels and rules for particular set of IPs and ceilometer can be used to meter the bandwidth based on this data and monasca publisher for ceilometer is also available, would that plugin be useful somehow? Where are we at ceilosca right now?
- Even though ceilometer allows to meter bandwidth at l3 level, we still have to create explicit labels and rules for all subnets attached to a router. In a production environment where there could be multiple routers belonging to multiple tenants, isn't it a bit of a work? I was wondering if I could automate the label and rule creation process. My script would automatically detect subnets and create rules per interface of router. It would help in ceilosca as well and can be used by the router plugin (given plugin is not redundant work). Comments?
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