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Extends the App.Metrics library providing a set AspNet Core Middleware Components which will record things like error rates per endpoint and an overall rate, request rates per endpoint and an overall rate etc.
A .NET library for publishing metrics to statsd.
Extends the App.Metrics library providing a set AspNet Core MVC Components including tracking of endpoints with MVC attribute routes
Simple Statsd Client for .Net 4.5
The simple statsd client for .Net is a robust, easy-to-use way of feeding metrics into a statsd-compatible server. You can use it to log counts, timings and gauges.
* Log counts, timings, gauges, sets and raw metrics
* Has an additional API that uses dynamics to create...
The library provides support for integrating Nancy with the Metrics.NET Library
.NET client library for Graphite
The library provides support for integrating Log4Net with the Metrics.NET Library
A .NET 4.0 client for Etsy's StatsD server.
Logging infrastructure for uShip
StructureMap Integration for the Graphite Web Framework
Integrates StructureMap with the Graphite web framework.
(Legacy .NET 4.0 Version) The library provides support for capturing: Gauges, Counters, Meters, Histograms and Timers
Provides Graphite reporting capability to App Metrics
NancyFx.Metrics (deprecated - use Nancy.Metrics)
DEPRECATED, This packages has been renamed Nancy.Metrics
App Metrics Formatting, formatting metrics data to Graphite formats
A scaleable and easy to use BI framework writing in C#. Graphene can be used to track various Metrics similar to Graphite.
The pre-aggregated data can be stored in SQL Server or MongoDB.
Library for feeding data into Graphite and StatsD.
(Legacy .NET 4.0 Version) The library provides support for integrating NancyFx with the Metrics.NET Library
Bender Integration for the Graphite Web Framework
Integrates Bender with the Graphite web framework.
This library extends Metrics.NET with Graphite reporting capabilities
Statsd perf logger for .NET.
Includes a sql appender and an appender for using your logging framework (i.e. log4net). Helps debugging when you don't have a statsd server available.