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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 28, 2022

API Filter for tenants in the integration with grafana

Configuring the Metric API as a Grafana data source Last Updated: 2022-02-24 The Monitoring component provides an API that enables metrics to be accessed using a subset of the PromQL query language. This API provides access to all metrics that are stored using the Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management observability service. The API can be used as a Grafana data source. This enables you to create ad-hoc metric queries and custom reporting dashboards in Grafana based on the Monitoring metrics. More reference links are available here: Reference information. In the documentation describe this information, because the services need filter information for user and/or tenant. I have the case number TS008256261, "We are integrating with Grafana, but we want the integration to filter only for a specific tenant, we currently have two tenants.", kbixler (IBM), 30 mar 2022, 10:47 seid: Following up on case TS008256261. We would suggest that you open an RFE for this and the product management team will review for consideration to be added to future release. This API does not perform filtering by tenant. It is fully compatible by design with the prometheus API, which enables it to be used as a Grafana data source. In response to metric queries, the API returns all metrics (regardless of tenant) that are stored in the Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management observability service. Any filtering that is needed must be performed at the promql query level by using metric labels. Metrics that are stored by IBM Cloud Pak® for Multicloud Management are labeled with the IAM account id (label name account_id). In addition, the Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes Observability service adds a tenant id label (label name tenant_id) to each metric.
Idea priority Urgent