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Metricz makes it easy to write metrics to a Kairosdb instance running with OAuth2 security.

Project description

Metricz

Metricz makes it easy to write metrics to a Kairosdb instance running with OAuth2 security.

Features

  • OAuth2 support.
  • Option to batch write metrics at a later time.

Usage

To simply write a metric:

from metricz import MetricWriter

mw = MetricWriter(directory='/path/to/credentials/dir)

mw.write_metric('some.metric.name', 123, {'some': 'tag'})

To write a metric with a custom timestamp:

import datetime

# Make sure this is in UTC.
timestamp = datetime.datetime(1981, 10, 26, 6, 24)

mw.write_metric('some.metric.name', 34, {'some': 'tag'}, timestamp)

To batch write metrics:

# These are NOT written directly.
mw.defer_metric('some.metric.name', 42, {'some': 'tag'})
mw.defer_metric('some.other.metric.name', 64, {'some': 'tag'})
mw.defer_metric('some.other.metric.name', 64, {'some': 'tag'})

# Write all deferred metrics at once.
mw.write_deferred()

TODO

  • Retry on failure.
  • Look at non-blocking options to write.

History

0.1.0 (2016-08-03)

  • First release on PyPI.

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