Traefik is an open-source Edge Router that makes publishing your services a fun and easy experience. It receives requests on behalf of your system and finds out which components are responsible for handling them.
Use New Relic for easily installing a curated dashboard to monitor the health of your Traefik instances.
Follow these steps to enable the integration.
Follow the Traefik documentation to setup Traefik proxy on Kubernetes for Prometheus to discover the metrics endpoints.
Set up Prometheus monitoring. Prometheus metrics needs to be integrated with New Relic, you can use the Prometheus Agent or the Remote Write integration, see how to send Prometheus metrics.
Use the following query to confirm metrics are being ingested as expected:FROM Metric SELECT count(*) WHERE metricName LIKE 'traefik_%' FACET metricName LIMIT MAX
Once you imported, you can edit or clone the assets to adapt them to your specific requirements.
Some charts of the dashboard include queries with conditions that require the identification of your pod or endpoint with one of the these labels
k8s-appcontaining the string
The different sets of metrics exposed by this integration are defined in the Traefik documentation.
Use the following NRQL queries to understand the metrics being ingested in New Relic:
List unique metric names:FROM Metric SELECT uniques(metricName) WHERE metricName LIKE 'traefik_%' LIMIT MAX
Count number of metric updates:FROM Metric SELECT datapointcount() WHERE metricName LIKE 'traefik_%' FACET metricName
Estimate data ingestion (daily ingest, in bytes):FROM Metric SELECT bytecountestimate() WHERE metricName LIKE 'traefik_%' SINCE 1 day ago
This integration enables
Traefik entities powering the full set of entity capabilities such as golden metrics, entity dashboards, workloads, and lookout.
Follow the troubleshooting tips from Traefik documentation to make sure that metrics are configured as expected on your cluster.
You can also check the specific troubleshooting guidelines for Prometheus integrations.