stackdriver-reverse-proxy is an HTTP/HTTPS proxy to automatically trace all the incoming requests.
Installation and usage
$ go get -u github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/stackdriver-reverse-proxy/cmd/stackdriver-reverse-proxy
Once installed, start the proxy server and target your application server. For example, if the application server is running on http://service:8080, the following command will start the proxy at http://localhost:5555:
$ stackdriver-reverse-proxy -project=bamboo-lua-400 -target=http://service:8080 -http=:5555
The authentication is automatically handled if you are running the proxy server on Google Cloud Platform. If not, see the Application Default Credentials guide to enable ADC.
This reverse proxy works as a sidecar. All the incoming requests will be proxied and delievered to any of your app servers, specified with the -target flag.
The proxy provides:
- Down sampling and creation of trace headers for the incoming requests.
- Reporting of latencies to the Stackdriver Trace.
- Soon: Reporting of metrics such as number of in-flight requests, success rate, request/response size.
- Soon: Reporting of reporting to the Stackdriver Error Reporting.
This is not an official Google product and it is in active development.
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Program stackdriver-reverse-proxy provides a Stackdriver reverse proxy that creates traces for the incoming requests, logs request details, and reports errors.
|Program stackdriver-reverse-proxy provides a Stackdriver reverse proxy that creates traces for the incoming requests, logs request details, and reports errors.|