Prometheus is a tool to monitor metrics and setup alerts in the case that some metric has responded negatively for an extended period. The following types of gauges are currently available.
JVM Buffers - A set of gauges for the count, usage, and capacity of the JVM’s direct and mapped buffer pools.
JVM class loading - A set of gauges for JVM classloader usage.
JVM garbage collection - A set of gauges for the counts and elapsed times of garbage collections.
JVM memory - A set of gauges for JVM memory usage, including stats on heap vs non-heap memory.
JVM threads - A set of gauges for the number of threads in their various states and deadlock detection.
Other JVM attributes - A Gauge implementation which queries an MBeanServerConnection for an attribute of an object.
Setting this up with FusionAuth is easy. The only requirement to hookup FusionAuth is to direct Prometheus to the FusionAuth Prometheus endpoints. We used the following configuration for a FusionAuth instance running locally on the docker host. (You can reach docker host ip via
host.docker.internal on mac and windows docker.)
The Prometheus endpoint is configured with the YAML file. You can learn more about the Prometheus configuration here. Prometheus does not provide functionality to authenticate using custom HTTP headers. As a workaround, we are using API key as password using "basic auth" authorization method.
In order to authenticate using basic auth please use string "apikey" as the username and a valid API key as the password. The API key must have
GET permission for the
All other configuration is standard Prometheus scrape_config.
Please refer to the Authentication document for more details about API keys.
scrape_configs: - job_name: FusionAuth scrape_interval: 5s scheme: https metrics_path: api/prometheus/metrics static_configs: - targets: ['local.fusionauth.io'] basic_auth: username: "apikey" password: "Jw4cGzKpzxcEsqnqFKw3m7jUvgeS-jtUvn8B0TDBxgQ="
We then started Prometheus with
docker run -v $(pwd)/prometheus.yaml:/etc/prometheus/prometheus.yml -p 9090:9090 prom/prometheus
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