Remote measurements for your app
Remote measuring abstraction for software applications.
telemetry serves as a simple facade or abstraction for various telemetry frameworks (e.g. pagerduty, slack, graphite)
allowing the end user to plug in the desired telemetry framework at deployment time. Think slf4j
but for events and numbers. This library borrows from their example (and copy.)
As your projects grow, their telemetry requirements will change. The purpose of this library is to simplify implementation, provide easy configuration, encourage testing, and avoid vendor lock.
- statsd, graphite, datadog
Telemeters preference to being configurable, but don't require more than credentials to get working. For instance, slack can be implemented with the following:
import logging from telemetry import SlackTelemeter logging.basicConfig(level=logging.INFO) logging.getLogger().addHandler(SlackTelemeter()) logging.info("hello room!")
from telemetry import SlackTelemeter meter = SlackTelemeter() meter.message("your message!")
Clients are written using core python libraries, so
telemetry is light weight.
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