btrz-health-check

    2.2.0 • Public • Published

    btrz-health-check

    A series of classes that will ping different service types to verify accessibility. Used in Betterez microservices to check status of dependent services.

    Runtimes supported

    io.js >= 2.0.3 node >= v4.2

    Usage

    The main class is the HealthCheckers class.

    This class exposes only one method .checkStatus() that takes an array of checkers. Each checker will check one service and returns a promise that will resolve or reject accordingly to the status of the service. The module comes with a series of checkers that you can configure and use for your particular case (see below for more information). You can also create your own checkers easily.

    Custom checkers

    All custom providers will return a promise that resolves or fails with the service name and status.

    {name: "ServiceName", status: 200} //if promise resolves
    {name: "ServiceName", status: 200} //if promise rejects
    

    All custom providers also take an optional options parameter that allow to override the service name and to provide a logger object.

    Override the service name is useful when you need to validate the connection to multiple services of the same type.

    let mongoChecker = new MongoDbHealthChecker(mongoDriver, {name: "MyCustomServiceName"});
    

    You can also provide a logger to log the error on failure. The object should have an .error function. It will be called with the name of the service and the error.

    let mongoChecker = new MongoDbHealthChecker(mongoDriver, {logger: myLogger});
    

    Build in checkers

    SQS

    Will check connectivity to Amazon SQS. It will read a list of queues available for the logged in user.

    {name: "SQS", status: 200} //if promise resolves
    {name: "SQS", status: 200} //if promise rejects
    
    #### Usage
    
        let SQSHealthChecker =  require("btrz-health-checker").SQSHealthChecker;
    
        let sqsChecker = new SQSHealthChecker(awsSqsDriver);
        sqsChecker.checkStatus()
          .then(function (result) {
            //If's working fine
          })
          .catch(function (result) {
            //Something is not wright.
          });
    

    The only mandatory parameter is an instance of a properly configured AWS SQS driver. Internally we will call the listQueues() function, so it should at least implement that function.

    MongoDb

    Will check connectivity to MongoDb doing a call to collectionNames in the MongoDb driver.

    {name: "MongoDb", status: 200} //if promise resolves
    {name: "MongoDb", status: 200} //if promise rejects
    

    Usage

    let MongoDbHealthChecker =  require("btrz-health-checker").MongoDbHealthChecker;
    
    let mongoChecker = new MongoDbHealthChecker(mongoDriver);
    mongoChecker.checkStatus()
      .then(function (result) {
        //If's working fine
      })
      .catch(function (result) {
        //Something is not wright.
      });
    

    The only mandatory parameter is an instance of a properly configured mongoDriver. Internally we will call the collectionNames() function, so it should at least implement that function.

    Socket

    Will check connectivity to a socket server using the net module

    {name: "Socket", status: 200} //if promise resolves
    {name: "Socket", status: 200} //if promise rejects
    

    Usage

    let SocketHealthChecker =  require("btrz-health-checker").SocketHealthChecker;
    
    let socketChecker = new SocketHealthChecker(mongoDriver);
    socketChecker.checkStatus()
      .then(function (result) {
        //If's working fine
      })
      .catch(function (result) {
        //Something is not wright.
      });
    

    The only mandatory parameter is a config literal with a host and port to connect to. The config can also contains a timeout property and it will be use to fail in case the timeout is reached, the default value is 5000.

    Sequelize

    Will check connectivity to the Sequelize DB doing a call to authenticate.

    {name: "Sequelize DB", status: 200} //if promise resolves
    {name: "Sequelize DB", status: 500} //if promise rejects
    

    Usage

    const SequelizeDbHealthChecker =  require("btrz-health-checker").SequelizeDbHealthChecker,
      sequelizeChecker = new SequelizeDbHealthChecker(sequelize);
    
    sequelizeChecker.checkStatus()
      .then((result) => {
        //working fine
      })
      .catch((result) => {
        //Something is not right.
      });
    

    The only mandatory parameter is an instance of sequelize. Internally we will call the authenticate() function along with a valid sequelize config, so it should at least implement that function with a valid DB config.

    Install

    npm i btrz-health-check

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    Version

    2.2.0

    License

    MIT

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