heplify-server is a stand-alone HOMER capture server developed in Go, optimized for speed and simplicity. Distributed as a single binary ready to capture TLS and UDP HEP, Protobuf encapsulated packets from heplify or any other HEP enabled agent, indexing to database and rotating using H5 or H7 table format. heplify-server provides precise SIP and RTCP metrics with the help of Prometheus and Grafana. It gives you the possibility to get a global view on your network and individual SIP trunk monitoring.
TLDR; minimal, stand-alone HOMER capture server without Kamailio or OpenSIPS dependency. It's not as customizeable as Kamailio or OpenSIPS with their configuration language, the focus is simplicity!
You have 3 options to get heplify-server up and running:
Download a release
Compile from sources:
Install luajit dev libary
apt-get install libluajit-5.1-dev
yum install luajit-devel
install Go 1.11+
go build cmd/heplify-server/heplify-server.go
These depend on which features you want to use and on whether you use homer5 or homer7 schema. For homer5, you need MySQL >= 5.7 or MariaDB >= 10. For homer7 you need PostgreSQL >= 10.
heplify-server can be configured using command-line flags, environment variables, or a local configuration file or via web form by setting ConfigHTTPAddr
To set up a systemd service, use the sample service file and follow the instructions found at the top of the file.
Since version 0.92 it is possible to hot reload PromTargetIP and PromTargetName when you change them inside the configuration file.
killall -HUP heplify-server
A sample Docker compose file is available providing heplify-server, Homer 5 UI, Prometheus, Alertmanager and Grafana in seconds!
cd heplify-server/docker/hom5-hep-prom-graf/ docker-compose up -d
This Open-Source project is made possible by actual Humans without corporate sponsors, angels or patreons.
If you use this software in production, please consider supporting its development with contributions or donations