Sunday, May 14, 2017

Using Prometheus with FAUCET

Here is a quick example of configuring and using Prometheus with FAUCET.

First, enable access to Prometheus to FAUCET (the Docker instructions in show how to enable access to port 9244).

Then install Prometheus. Under Ubuntu 16.0.4, this is as simple as:

apt-get install prometheus

Then configure Prometheus to scrape FAUCET. Under Ubuntu, edit /etc/prometheus/prometheus.yml, and under scrape_configs add a job for FAUCET:

  - job_name: 'faucet'


       - targets: ['']

Restart Prometheus.

service prometheus restart

You should now be able to browse port 9090 on your Prometheus server, and draw graphs (for example, packet in rate):

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