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Epsagon Instrumentation for Python

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Epsagon Instrumentation for Python

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This package provides an instrumentation to Python code running on functions for collection of distributed tracing and performance monitoring.

Installation

From your project directory:

$ pip install epsagon

More details about lambda deployments are available in the AWS documentation.

Usage

Make sure to add epsagon under your requirements.txt file.

AWS Lambda

Simply use our decorator to report metrics:

import epsagon
epsagon.init(
    token='my-secret-token',
    app_name='my-app-name',
    metadata_only=False,  # Optional, send more trace data
)

@epsagon.lambda_wrapper
def handler(event, context):
  pass

Django Application

Add the following code to the settings.py file:

import epsagon
epsagon.init(
    token='my-secret-token',
    app_name='my-app-name',
    metadata_only=False,  # Optional, send more trace data
)

Add Epsagon middleware to the application's middleware list (located in settings.py)

MIDDLEWARE = [
    '....',
    'epsagon.wrappers.django.DjangoMiddleware',
]

Flask Application

Use the example snippet:

from flask import Flask
import epsagon

epsagon.init(
    token='my-secret-token',
    app_name='my-app-name',
    metadata_only=False
)

app = Flask(__name__)
epsagon.flask_wrapper(app)

@app.route('/')
def hello():
    return "Hello World!"

app.run()

Tornado Application

Use the example snippet:

import tornado.ioloop
import tornado.web
import epsagon

epsagon.init(
    token='my-secret-token',
    app_name='my-app-name',
    metadata_only=False
)


class MainHandler(tornado.web.RequestHandler):
    def get(self):
        self.write('Hello, world')


def make_app():
    return tornado.web.Application([
        (r'/', MainHandler),
    ])


if __name__ == '__main__':
    app = make_app()
    app.listen(8888)
    tornado.ioloop.IOLoop.current().start()

Generic Python

Use the example snippet:

import epsagon
epsagon.init(
    token='my-secret-token',
    app_name='my-app-name',
    metadata_only=False
)


@epsagon.python_wrapper
def main():
    return 'It worked!'

main()

Custom Data

Custom Labels

You can add custom labels to your traces. Filters can later be used for filtering traces that contains specific labels:

@epsagon.lambda_wrapper
def handler(event, context):
  epsagon.label('label', 'something_to_filter_afterwards')
  epsagon.label('number_of_records_parsed_successfully', 42)
  pass

Custom Errors

Set a custom error, maybe without even failing the function:

@epsagon.lambda_wrapper
def handler(event, context):
  if 'my_param' not in event:
      epsagon.error(ValueError('event missing my_param'))
  pass

Ignore keys

You can prevent data from being sent to epsagon by filtering specific keys in initialization.

import epsagon
epsagon.init(
    token='my-secret-token',
    app_name='my-app-name',
    metadata_only=False,
    keys_to_ignore=['Request Data', 'Status_Code']
)

Frameworks Integration

When using any of the following integrations, make sure to add epsagon under your requirements.txt file.

Serverless

Using Epsagon with Serverless is simple, by using the serverless-plugin-epsagon.

Chalice

Using Epsagon with Chalice is simple, follow this example:

from chalice import Chalice
import epsagon
epsagon.init(
    token='my-secret-token',
    app_name='my-app-name',
    metadata_only=False
)
app = Chalice(app_name="hello-world")


@app.route("/")
def index():
    return {"hello": "world"}

app = epsagon.chalice_wrapper(app)

or In S3 trigger example:

from chalice import Chalice

app = Chalice(app_name="helloworld")

import epsagon
epsagon.init(
    token='my-secret-token',
    app_name='my-app-name',
    metadata_only=False
)
# Whenever an object is uploaded to 'mybucket'
# this lambda function will be invoked.

@epsagon.lambda_wrapper
@app.on_s3_event(bucket='mybucket')
def handler(event):
    print("Object uploaded for bucket: %s, key: %s"
          % (event.bucket, event.key))

Zappa

Using Epsagon with Zappa is simple, follow this example:

from flask import Flask
from zappa.handler import lambda_handler
import epsagon

epsagon.init(
    token='my-secret-token',
    app_name='my-app-name',
    metadata_only=False
)
app = Flask(__name__)


@app.route('/')
def hello_world():
    return 'Hello, World!'


epsagon_handler = epsagon.lambda_wrapper(lambda_handler)

And in your zappa_settings.json file include the following:

{
  "lambda_handler": "module.path_to.epsagon_handler"
}

Copyright

Provided under the MIT license. See LICENSE for details.

Copyright 2019, Epsagon.

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