This is a list of awesome third-party consul projects, libraries.
- Easy to install
- HTTP APIs
- Design for distributed system
- Flexible health check
- Excellent documentation
Table Of Contents
- consulalerting: Alert groups, teams, individuals by tags and plugins
- consul-alerts: Simple daemon to send notifications based on Consul health checks
Authentication And Authorization
- consult: Consul helper tool for quick query based SSH and more
- ssh-hecate: SSH authorized_keys management via Consul
Backup and Restore
- consul-do: Do something based on leadership status
- consul-lock: Runs another program with a Consul session/kv locked.
- consul-locker: Enforce that a program runs only on one machine at a time in a datacenter.
- cronsul: Very simple distributed periodic job scheduler
- dkron: Distributed, fault tolerant job scheduling system
- metronome: Scheduling tool on Consul
- sifter: Helps to prevent Consul from firing prematurely
- confd: Manage local application configuration files using templates and data from etcd or consul
- consul-template: Generic template rendering and notifications with Consul
- crypt: Store and retrieve encrypted configs
- envconsul: Read and set environmental variables for processes from Consul
- hiera-consul: Hiera backend plugin for Consul
- kvexpress: Go program to move data in and out of Consul’s KV store
- fabio: A fast, modern, zero-conf load balancing HTTP(S) router for deploying microservices managed by consul
- Træfɪk: a modern reverse proxy
- liaison: A daemon that collects service health information from Consul and converts it to time series data
- consulfs: ConsulFS is a FUSE distributed filesystem backed by a Consul Key-Value store
- git2consul: Mirrors for multiple git repos
- uwsgi-consul: uWSGI plugin for consul integration
Programming Language Clients
- connectable: Magic proxy for internal services
- registrator: Service registry bridge for Docker with pluggable adapters
- resolvable: Host-level DNS gateway for Docker
- Consul at Datadog - Article by Darron Froese on how Datadog deploys consul in production.
- Consul for Cluster Health Monitoring - Owen Zanzal writes about using Consul in place of nagios for cluster monitoring.
- Monitoring Consul Health and Performance - Article by @vagelim on how to monitor consul.
- Running Consul at Scale—Journey from RFC to Production (SRECON 2016)
consul.d is an example configure file that consul working with ZeroRPC.
First, start a zerorpc server:
$ zerorpc --server --bind tcp://*:8081 time
Then, start the consul agent and the web UI:
$ bin/consul agent -config-dir ./consul.d