Prometheus client initialization package for express
Promex is a utility to initialize the Promster library. Install the package and see the example below
import * as promex from '@bpinternal/promex'; import express from 'express'; const backend = express(); const admin = express(); [...] promex.init(backend); // Adds a recording middleware on the express app promex.init(admin); // Adds a recording middleware on the express app [...] promex.start() // Starts a metrics server on port 9090
Promex can also be used with an handler on an express app
import * as promex from '@bpinternal/promex'; import express from 'express'; const app = express() app.get('/metrics', promex.handler()) // Adds a '/metrics' endpoint that returns the Prometheus metrics promex.init(app) // Adds a recording middleware on the express app [...] app.listen()
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This software is protected by the same license as the main Botpress repository. You can find the license file here.
Prometheus express initialization package for nodejs.
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