Canonical Observability Stack Proxy

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latest/stable 76 22 May 2024
Ubuntu 20.04
latest/candidate 76 24 Apr 2024
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latest/beta 76 10 Apr 2024
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latest/edge 76 06 Apr 2024
Ubuntu 20.04
1.0/stable 54 16 Feb 2024
Ubuntu 22.04 Ubuntu 20.04
1.0/candidate 54 12 Dec 2023
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1.0/beta 54 12 Dec 2023
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1.0/edge 54 12 Dec 2023
Ubuntu 22.04 Ubuntu 20.04
juju deploy cos-proxy --channel edge
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COS Proxy Operator

cos-proxy is a charm facilitating migration from LMA to COS. It is an optional part of the COS Lite bundle.

This Charmed Operator is an intermediate charm that forms as an adapter between the legacy LMA relations and COS relations.

The goal of the cos-proxy operator is to provide a bridge between Reactive charms which integrated with the Reactive Prometheus, Grafana, and Nagios charms, enabling a zero-configuration migration path to COS Lite.

Once deployed in a Reactive/machine Juju model, cos-proxy transparently ties things together, so you can migrate your environment.

The charm create metrics and alerts on the fly for nrpe checkes to be forwarded to prometheus, forwards logs to Loki and dashboards to Grafana.

This charm is:

  • an optional part of the COS Lite bundle
  • intended to be used together with charms implementing the legacy LMA relations.

In this documentation

Get started - a hands-on introduction for new users deploying the charmed operator.
How-to guides
Step-by-step guides covering key operations and common tasks
Concepts - discussion and clarification of key topics
Technical information - specifications, APIs, architecture

Project and community

COS proxy is part of the Canonical Observability Stack. It’s an open source project that warmly welcomes community projects, contributions, suggestions, fixes and constructive feedback.

Thinking about using the Canonical Observability Stack for your next project? Get in touch!