metrictools is a collection of lightweight tools that allow you to record measurements and build beautiful real-time dashboards within minutes. If you're new to metrictools it's highly recommended that you start with the Getting Started page..
Here's a quick rundown of the key features for people who don't like reading documentation.:
This is a list of the
metrictl commands and a quick description for each of
them. For more detailed information you're kindly referred to the following
||List all metrics and their instances and latest values.|
||Rretrieve a logfile of collected measurements for a specific metric.|
||Draw a chart from one or more metrics.|
||Collect data (i.e. run the collect_* blocks) from the command line.|
||Add a measurement to a metric.|
The currently supported data stores are
Postgres and EventQL.
If you'd like to add a new storage backend, please have a look at
create a pull request on GitHub.
To get started with metrictools, have a look at the Getting Started, Data Model, Metric Types and Federation pages. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to reach out via Github Issues or The metrictools Google Group.