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Enqueue is an MIT-licensed open source project with its ongoing development made possible entirely by the support of community and our customers. If you’d like to join them, please consider:


Monitoring.

Enqueue provides a tool for monitoring message queues. With it, you can control how many messages were sent, how many processed successfuly or failed. How many consumers are working, their up time, processed messages stats, memory usage and system load. The tool could be integrated with virtually any analytics and monitoring platform. There are several integration:

Grafana Monitoring

contact us if need a Grafana template such as on the picture.

Installation

composer req enqueue/monitoring:0.9.x-dev

Track sent messages

<?php
use Enqueue\Monitoring\SentMessageStats;
use Enqueue\Monitoring\GenericStatsStorageFactory;

$statsStorage = (new GenericStatsStorageFactory())->create('influxdb://127.0.0.1:8086?db=foo');
$statsStorage->pushSentMessageStats(new SentMessageStats(
    (int) (microtime(true) * 1000), // timestamp
    'queue_name', // queue
    'aMessageId',
    'aCorrelationId',
    [], // headers
    []  // properties
));

or, if you work with Queue Interop transport here’s how you can track a message sent

<?php
use Interop\Queue\Context;
use Enqueue\Monitoring\SentMessageStats;
use Enqueue\Monitoring\GenericStatsStorageFactory;

/** @var Context $context */

$queue = $context->createQueue('foo');
$message = $context->createMessage('body');

$context->createProducer()->send($queue, $message);

$statsStorage = (new GenericStatsStorageFactory())->create('influxdb://127.0.0.1:8086?db=foo');
$statsStorage->pushSentMessageStats(new SentMessageStats(
    (int) (microtime(true) * 1000),
    $queue->getQueueName(),
    $message->getMessageId(),
    $message->getCorrelationId(),
    $message->getHeaders()[],
    $message->getProperties()
));

Track consumed message

<?php
use Enqueue\Monitoring\ConsumedMessageStats;
use Enqueue\Monitoring\GenericStatsStorageFactory;

$receivedAt = (int) (microtime(true) * 1000);

// heavy processing here.

$statsStorage = (new GenericStatsStorageFactory())->create('influxdb://127.0.0.1:8086?db=foo');
$statsStorage->pushConsumedMessageStats(new ConsumedMessageStats(
    'consumerId',
    (int) (microtime(true) * 1000), // now
    $receivedAt,
    'aQueue',
    'aMessageId',
    'aCorrelationId',
    [], // headers
    [], // properties
    false, // redelivered or not
    ConsumedMessageStats::STATUS_ACK
));

or, if you work with Queue Interop transport here’s how you can track a message sent

<?php
use Interop\Queue\Context;
use Enqueue\Monitoring\ConsumedMessageStats;
use Enqueue\Monitoring\GenericStatsStorageFactory;

/** @var Context $context */

$queue = $context->createQueue('foo');

$consumer = $context->createConsumer($queue);

$consumerId = uniqid('consumer-id', true); // we suggest using UUID here
if ($message = $consumer->receiveNoWait()) {
    $receivedAt = (int) (microtime(true) * 1000);

    // heavy processing here.

    $consumer->acknowledge($message);

    $statsStorage = (new GenericStatsStorageFactory())->create('influxdb://127.0.0.1:8086?db=foo');
    $statsStorage->pushConsumedMessageStats(new ConsumedMessageStats(
        $consumerId,
        (int) (microtime(true) * 1000), // now
        $receivedAt,
        $queue->getQueueName(),
        $message->getMessageId(),
        $message->getCorrelationId(),
        $message->getHeaders(),
        $message->getProperties(),
        $message->isRedelivered(),
        ConsumedMessageStats::STATUS_ACK
    ));
}

Track consumer metrics

Consumers are long running processes. It vital to know how many of them are running right now, how they perform, how much memory do they use and so. This example shows how you can send such metrics. Call this code from time to time between processing messages.

<?php
use Enqueue\Monitoring\ConsumerStats;
use Enqueue\Monitoring\GenericStatsStorageFactory;

$startedAt = (int) (microtime(true) * 1000);

$statsStorage = (new GenericStatsStorageFactory())->create('influxdb://127.0.0.1:8086?db=foo');
$statsStorage->pushConsumerStats(new ConsumerStats(
    'consumerId',
    (int) (microtime(true) * 1000), // now
    $startedAt,
    null, // finished at
    true, // is started?
    false, // is finished?
    false, // is failed
    ['foo'], // consume from queues
    123, // received messages
    120, // acknowledged messages
    1, // rejected messages
    1, // requeued messages
    memory_get_usage(true),
    sys_getloadavg()[0]
));

Consumption extension

There is an extension ConsumerMonitoringExtension for Enqueue QueueConsumer. It could collect consumed messages and consumer stats for you.

<?php
use Enqueue\Consumption\QueueConsumer;
use Enqueue\Consumption\ChainExtension;
use Enqueue\Monitoring\ConsumerMonitoringExtension;
use Enqueue\Monitoring\GenericStatsStorageFactory;
use Interop\Queue\Context;

/** @var Context $context */

$statsStorage = (new GenericStatsStorageFactory())->create('influxdb://127.0.0.1:8086?db=foo');

$queueConsumer = new QueueConsumer($context, new ChainExtension([
    new ConsumerMonitoringExtension($statsStorage)
]));

// bind

// consume

Enqueue Client Extension

There is an extension ClientMonitoringExtension for Enqueue Client too. It could collect sent messages stats for you.

InfluxDB Storage

Install additional packages:

composer req influxdb/influxdb-php:^1.14
<?php
use Enqueue\Monitoring\GenericStatsStorageFactory;

$statsStorage = (new GenericStatsStorageFactory())->create('influxdb://127.0.0.1:8086?db=foo');

There are available options:

*   'host' => '127.0.0.1',
*   'port' => '8086',
*   'user' => '',
*   'password' => '',
*   'db' => 'enqueue',
*   'measurementSentMessages' => 'sent-messages',
*   'measurementConsumedMessages' => 'consumed-messages',
*   'measurementConsumers' => 'consumers',
*   'client' => null,
*   'retentionPolicy' => null,

You can pass InfluxDB\Client instance in client option. Otherwise, it will be created on first use according to other options.

If your InfluxDB\Client uses driver that implements InfluxDB\Driver\QueryDriverInterface, then database will be automatically created for you if it doesn’t exist. Default InfluxDB\Client will also do that.

Datadog storage

Install additional packages:

composer req datadog/php-datadogstatsd:^1.3
<?php
use Enqueue\Monitoring\GenericStatsStorageFactory;

$statsStorage = (new GenericStatsStorageFactory())->create('datadog://127.0.0.1:8125');

For best experience please adjust units and types in metric summary.

Example dashboard:

Datadog monitoring

There are available options (and all available metrics):

*   'host' => '127.0.0.1',
*   'port' => '8125',
*   'batched' => true, // performance boost
*   'global_tags' => '', // should contain keys and values
*   'metric.messages.sent' => 'enqueue.messages.sent',
*   'metric.messages.consumed' => 'enqueue.messages.consumed',
*   'metric.messages.redelivered' => 'enqueue.messages.redelivered',
*   'metric.messages.failed' => 'enqueue.messages.failed',
*   'metric.consumers.started' => 'enqueue.consumers.started',
*   'metric.consumers.finished' => 'enqueue.consumers.finished',
*   'metric.consumers.failed' => 'enqueue.consumers.failed',
*   'metric.consumers.received' => 'enqueue.consumers.received',
*   'metric.consumers.acknowledged' => 'enqueue.consumers.acknowledged',
*   'metric.consumers.rejected' => 'enqueue.consumers.rejected',
*   'metric.consumers.requeued' => 'enqueue.consumers.requeued',
*   'metric.consumers.memoryUsage' => 'enqueue.consumers.memoryUsage',

WAMP (Web Socket Messaging Protocol) Storage

Install additional packages:

composer req thruway/pawl-transport:^0.5.0 thruway/client:^0.5.0
<?php
use Enqueue\Monitoring\GenericStatsStorageFactory;

$statsStorage = (new GenericStatsStorageFactory())->create('wamp://127.0.0.1:9090?topic=stats');

There are available options:

*   'host'                => '127.0.0.1',
*   'port'                => '9090',
*   'topic'               => 'stats',
*   'max_retries'         => 15,
*   'initial_retry_delay' => 1.5,
*   'max_retry_delay'     => 300,
*   'retry_delay_growth'  => 1.5,

Symfony App

You have to register some services in order to incorporate monitoring facilities into your Symfony application.

# config/packages/enqueue.yaml

enqueue:
  default:
    transport: 'amqp://guest:guest@bar:5672/%2f'
    monitoring: 'influxdb://127.0.0.1:8086?db=foo'

  another:
    transport: 'amqp://guest:guest@foo:5672/%2f'
    monitoring: 'wamp://127.0.0.1:9090?topic=stats'
    client: ~

  datadog:
    transport: 'amqp://guest:guest@foo:5672/%2f'
    monitoring: 'datadog://127.0.0.1:8125?batched=false'
    client: ~

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