Opstrace is a secure, horizontally-scalable, open source observability platform installed in your cloud account.
We walk on the shoulders of giants; Opstrace uses open source projects you know and love:
Both installation and upgrades are initiated by a simple CLI command. In this example, you can see an abbreviated installation and upgrade cycle:
$ cat << EOF > config.yaml tenants: - staging - prod EOF
$ ./opstrace create aws tracy -c config.yaml ... info: cluster creation finished: tracy (aws) info: Log in here: https://tracy.opstrace.io
A week later...
$ curl -L https://go.opstrace.com/cli-latest-release-macos | tar xjf - $ ./opstrace upgrade aws tracy -c config.yaml ... info: Opstrace cluster upgrade done for tracy (aws)
Alertmanager can be difficult to configure, especially for Cortex when multiple tenants are used. Our goal is to improve this with editors that provide real-time validation feedback:
The Opstrace UI allows for dynamic tenant creation and deletion:
Tenants provide isolation for logically separate entities. For example, they can be used to represent different teams. The Opstrace UI also allows for setting per-tenant configuration, which can be used for example to set write/read rate limits on a per-tenant basis.
Install Opstrace in your own cloud account with our quick start. The Opstrace CLI uses your local credentials to setup the necessary cloud resources (e.g., a EKS or GKE cluster) and then deploys the Opstrace controller which orchestrates all of the app-level deployments. For example:
opstrace create aws <choose_a_name> <<EOF tenants: - dev - staging - prod env_label: try_opstrace cert_issuer: letsencrypt-prod EOF
In addition to AWS we also support GCP.
See our configuration reference for details: docs/references/configuration.md.
Don't forget to clean up if you're done kicking the tires:
opstrace destroy aws <choose_a_name>
Note: add the
--region flag to ensure the CLI can locate any dangling resources, should you run into any sort of trouble cleaning up on AWS (for example, after a failed install).
Authentic collaboration in a community setting is important to us. Please join us to learn more, get support, or contribute to the project.
You can find out more on our community page, including shoutouts to some of the main open source projects that we're building with.
We ❤️ working on open source projects, and we hope you do too. Please join us and make some contributions, however big or small.
IMPORTANT NOTE: We welcome contributions from developers of all backgrounds. We encode that in a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project, you agree to abide by its terms.
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Get in touch with us to discuss support for custom domains!
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