RedisEnterprise

RedisEnterprise

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Overview

This integration provides Redis Enterprise monitoring and metrics for Datadog.

What is Redis Enterprise?

Redis Enterprise is the fully supported enterprise version of Redis. In addition to the core open source Redis feature set, Redis Enterprise adds active-active geo-distribution, multi-model database features, enhanced observability and easier multi-tenancy management for higher uptimes.

Redis Enterprise Datadog Dashboard

Redis Enterprise’s Datadog integration provides a templated view across your clusters and databases allowing for operational insight unavailable in other products. Understand usage patterns and plan for growth armed with the data necessary to make informed decisions.

Database Overview

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Cluster Overview

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Redis on Flash

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Redis Enterprise Events

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Provider

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This integration is provided by Redis Labs.

Setup

Installation

If you are using Agent v7.21+ / v6.21+ follow the instructions below to install the RedisEnterprise check on your host. See the dedicated Agent guide for installing community integrations to install checks with the Agent prior < v7.21 / v6.21 or the Docker Agent:

  1. Download and launch the Datadog Agent.

  2. Run the following command to install the integrations wheel with the Agent:

    datadog-agent integration install -t datadog-redisenterprise==<INTEGRATION_VERSION>
    

    Note: If necessary, prepend sudo -u dd-agent to the install command.

  3. Configure your integration like any other packaged integration.

Configuration

Copy the sample configuration and update the required sections to collect data from your Redis Enterprise cluster

    ## @param host - string - required
    ## The RedisEnterprise host
    #
    host: myrediscluster.example.com

    ## @param port - integer - optional - default: 9443
    #
    port: 9443

    ## @param user - string - required
    ## The RedisEnterprise API user
    #
    username: redisadmin@example.com

    ## @param password - string - required
    ## The RedisEnterprise API credential
    #
    password: mySecretPassword

See the full example file for other optional settings available to match your cluster configuration.

Users can be configured according to the documentation.

Data Collected

Metrics

redisenterprise.avg_latency
(gauge)
Number of seconds from when request hits proxy until results are returned
Shown as microsecond
redisenterprise.avg_latency_max
(gauge)
Maximum number of seconds from when request hits proxy until results are returned
Shown as microsecond
redisenterprise.avg_read_latency
(gauge)
Number of seconds from when a read request hits proxy until results are returned
Shown as microsecond
redisenterprise.avg_other_latency
(gauge)
Number of seconds from when other request hits proxy until results are returned
Shown as microsecond
redisenterprise.avg_write_latency
(gauge)
Number of seconds from when a write request hits proxy until results are returned
Shown as microsecond
redisenterprise.cache_hit_rate
(gauge)
Percentage of hits in the cache
Shown as percent
redisenterprise.conns
(gauge)
Number of clients currently connected to the database
Shown as item
redisenterprise.egress_bytes
(gauge)
Amount of network traffic sent by the database
Shown as byte
redisenterprise.endpoints
(gauge)
Number of proxy endpoints
Shown as item
redisenterprise.evicted_objects
(gauge)
Number of items evicted from the cache
Shown as item
redisenterprise.expired_objects
(gauge)
Number of items expired from the cache
Shown as item
redisenterprise.fork_cpu_system
(gauge)
% cores utilization in system mode for all redis shard fork child processes of this database
Shown as percent
redisenterprise.ingress_bytes
(gauge)
Amount of network traffic received by the database
Shown as byte
redisenterprise.listener_acc_latency
(gauge)
Accumulative latency of all types of commands on DB
Shown as second
redisenterprise.main_thread_cpu_system
(gauge)
% cores utilization in system mode for all redis shard main threas of this database
Shown as percent
redisenterprise.main_thread_cpu_system_max
(gauge)
Highest value of % cores utilization in system mode for all redis shard main threas of this database
Shown as percent
redisenterprise.memory_limit
(gauge)
Number of bytes allocated to this database
Shown as byte
redisenterprise.no_of_keys
(gauge)
Number of keys in the database
Shown as item
redisenterprise.other_req
(gauge)
Rate of other (non read/write) requests on DB (ops/sec) ie: PING, ECHO etc
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.read_req
(gauge)
Rate of read requests on DB (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.read_hits
(gauge)
Rate of read hit requests on DB (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.read_misses
(gauge)
Rate of read misses requests on DB (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.shard_cpu_system
(gauge)
% cores utilization in system mode for all redis shard processes of this database
Shown as percent
redisenterprise.shard_cpu_system_max
(gauge)
Highest Value of % cores utilization in system mode for all redis shard processes of this database
Shown as percent
redisenterprise.total_req
(gauge)
Rate of all requests on DB (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.total_req_max
(gauge)
Highest value of rate of all requests on DB (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.used_memory
(gauge)
Amount of memory in use for the database
Shown as byte
redisenterprise.used_memory_percent
(gauge)
Percentage of memory used by the database
Shown as percent
redisenterprise.write_req
(gauge)
Rate of write requests on DB (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.write_hits
(gauge)
Rate of write hit requests on DB (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.write_misses
(gauge)
Rate of write misses requests on DB (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.bigstore_objs_ram
(gauge)
Number of items stored in RAM only when Redis on Flash Enabled
Shown as item
redisenterprise.bigstore_objs_flash
(gauge)
Number of items stored on Flash only when Redis on Flash Enabled
Shown as item
redisenterprise.bigstore_objs_percent
(gauge)
Percentage items stored on Flash only when Redis on Flash Enabled
Shown as percent
redisenterprise.bigstore_io_reads
(gauge)
Rate of read requests on Redis on Flash Device (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.bigstore_io_writes
(gauge)
Rate of write requests on Redis on Flash Device (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.bigstore_throughput
(gauge)
Throughput for Redis on Flash for items stored on Flash Device
Shown as byte
redisenterprise.big_write_ram
(gauge)
Rate for Redis on Flash where items are written to RAM (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.big_write_flash
(gauge)
Rate for Redis on Flash where items are written to Flash (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.big_del_ram
(gauge)
Rate for Redis on Flash where items are deleted from RAM (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.big_del_flash
(gauge)
Rate for Redis on Flash where items are deleted from Flash (ops/sec)
Shown as operation
redisenterprise.total_shards_used
(gauge)
Number of shards in use by the Redis Enterprise Cluster
Shown as item
redisenterprise.license_shards
(gauge)
Number of shards licensed to the Redis Enterprise Cluster
Shown as item
redisenterprise.license_days
(gauge)
Number of days remaining on the license of the Redis Enterprise Cluster
Shown as item
redisenterprise.total_node_cores
(gauge)
Number of CPU cores in the Redis Enterprise Cluster
Shown as item
redisenterprise.total_node_memory
(gauge)
Byte of memory in the Redis Enterprise Cluster
Shown as byte
redisenterprise.total_node_count
(gauge)
Number of nodes in the Redis Enterprise Cluster
Shown as item
redisenterprise.total_active_nodes
(gauge)
Number of active nodes in the Redis Enterprise Cluster
Shown as item
and the description of each.

Service Checks

redisenterprise.running

The check returns:

  • OK if the RedisEnterprise cluster API is properly responding to commands
  • CRITICAL if the API is not properly responding

redisenterprise.license_check

The check returns:

  • OK if the cluster license is valid for longer than 1 week.
  • WARNING if cluster license will expire in < 7 days.
  • CRITICAL if the cluster license has expired.

Note: The cluster will continue to operate as normal with an expired license, however, no configuration changes can be made during this time. Contact your sales representative for a renewal.

Events

All Redis Enterprise events are collected.

Troubleshooting

Contact the Redis Enterprise Support Team