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Last Updated: Sep. 10, 2023

Prometheus is currently the leading tool for metric collection, it’s easy to integrate and easy to use.

Still, short-term retention is a big struggle faced by Prometheus users.

Coralogix helps you overcome this struggle by providing you a way to automatically ship your metrics into your Coralogix account and store them long-term without making complex changes to your Prometheus architecture.

New! You can now enjoy our new APM features when using OpenTelemetry collector with a Kubernetes processor and Prometheus.

Send Prometheus Metrics to Coralogix

Endpoint

Select a Prometheus RemoteWrite endpoint for the domain associated with your Coralogix account.

YAML File

Under root level add remote_write using the following format:

remote_write:
- url: <Remote_write URL>
  name: '<customer_name>'
  remote_timeout: 120s
  bearer_token: '<Send_Your_Data_private_key>'

Using Prometheus operator –

Prometheus Operator provides Kubernetes native deployment.

You can add remoteWrite in the following format (note the camel case):

remoteWrite:
    url: <Remote_write URL>
    name: '<customer_name>'
    remoteTimeout: 120s
    bearerToken: '<Send_Your_Data_private_key>'

Guidelines –

  • URL – query params that send metric information to Coralogix. These params contain appLabelName, subSystemLabelName and severityLabelName. The parameters you should provide are the keys you choose to send to Coralogix, they are mapped to metric labels.
  • Name – The name of the time series.
  • Remote timeout – Timeout for requests to the remote write endpoint.
  • Bearer Token – This token identifies you into your Coralogix account.  Access your Send-Your-Data API key.
  • Severities values that are valid in Coralogix are Debug, Verbose, Info, Warning, Error, and Critical. The default severity when leaving severityLabelName empty is Info.

Server responses –

  • HTTP 200: The protobuf file is valid and contains Prometheus Metadata.
  • HTTP 201: The protobuf file is valid and processed by Coralogix.
  • HTTP 204: The protobuf file is valid, but the Prometheus.WriteRequest is empty.
  • HTTP 400: The REST API request itself was malformed. Check the query params.
  • HTTP 401: The customer is unauthorized. Verify your Send-Your-Data API key.

Grafana Visibility

Coralogix enables you to integrate and view your metrics from Grafana as well.

prometheus grafana

To connect Grafana to your account you can follow this tutorial: https://coralogix.com/tutorials/grafana-plugin/

Coralogix Visibility

To view the metrics in Coralogix:

  1. Navigate to ‘Grafana Explore’
  2. Choose ‘Metrics’ as a data source.
  3. Expand ‘Metrics browser.’
  4. Select a metric.

Enabling Metrics Archive in Coralogix

Learn more on how to enable your S3 archive for metrics:
Connect S3 Archive

Limits & Quotas

Coralogix places the following limits on endpoints:

  • A hard limit of 10MB of data to our OpenTelemetry endpoint, with a recommendation of 2MB
  • A hard limit of 2411724 bytes of data to our Prometheus RemoteWrite endpoint, with a recommendation for any amount less than this limit

Limits apply to single requests, regardless of timespan.

Support

Need help?

Our world-class customer success team is available 24/7 to walk you through your setup and answer any questions that may come up.

Feel free to reach out to us via our in-app chat or by sending us an email at support@coralogix.com.

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