[OCTAVIA] How to monitor amphora

Sa Pham saphi070 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 08:12:41 UTC 2018


In Vietnam Openinfra Days 2018, I have a presentation about monitoring and
logging for Octavia Amphora.  We have to customize octavia source code to
do this. I send you my presentation slide:


On Wed, Nov 21, 2018 at 3:05 PM Gaël THEROND <gael.therond at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi guys,
> As already discussed I had to test Octavia as our corporate LoadBalancer
> solution and it was a success.
> Thank to everyone on this list that assisted me and especially Michael
> Octavia is fully working and without weird nightmare glitches.
> Now that I validated the technical part of my project, I need to enter
> more operationals questions such as what’s the best way to monitor and log
> amphora?
> I would like to be able to get a monitoring and logging agent installed on
> the amphora in order to get proper metrics about what’s going on with the
> LoadBalancer, is it fully cpu loaded? Is it using all network resources
> available, are the file descriptors near the initial limits? How much xxx
> HTTP return code the loadBalancer is facing and send those logs to an ELK
> or something similar.
> Do you know if that something that I could achieve by adding more elements
> to the image at DIB time or are there any other better best-practices that
> I should be aware of ?
> As Octavia is creating a namespace for each HAProxy process, I am
> wandering if it’s even possible.
> Thanks a lot for your hard work guys.
> Kind regards,

Sa Pham Dang
Cloud RnD Team - VCCloud
Phone/Telegram: 0986.849.582
Skype: great_bn
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