If for some reason that would fail pen-testing, you could use that code as
an example of how to implement your own Grafana datasource. But that's
- Edmond -
On Mon, 28 Oct 2019 22:35:52 +1000, Frank Muller
<[hidden email]> wrote:
> Thanks, I'll check them out.
> Le lun. 28 oct. 2019 à 13:22, Gerhard Lazu <[hidden email]> a écrit :
>>> Question: is there a way to send the VM metrics directly to Grafana?
>> No. You need to use one of the supported data sources (Prometheus is
>> just one of them): https://>>grafana.com/docs/features/datasources/
>> Would Pushgateway work in your case?
>> https://prometheus.io/docs/practices/pushing/ >>
>> Influxdb would be my next choice:
>> https://grafana.com/docs/features/datasources/influxdb/ >>
>> Linking just in case you haven't seen https://opentelemetry.io/about/ &
>> https://opencensus.io/>>exporters/. Notice that Datadog accepts both
>> metrics & traces. Maybe that would be a low-friction >>alternative.
>> On Mon, Oct 28, 2019 at 12:04 PM Frank Muller
>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> Hi guys
>>> While deploying one of our Erlang products in a highly secure
>>> environment (private bank), this >>>partner required from us to export
>>> the VM metrics to Grafana.
>>> I know that a Prometheus Erlang client do exist, but our partner
>>> refused to deploy Prometheus >>>(didn’t pass their pentesting phase).
>>> Any other alternative will be welcomed.