Apache SkyWalking API in Golang.

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  1. 561b14f update collect protocol to support the JVM params (#10) by mrproliu · 3 weeks ago main
  2. a95ba03 Merge pull request #9 from mrproliu/support-cds-to-satellite by 吴晟 Wu Sheng · 5 weeks ago
  3. 977fddb Fix cI by dalekliuhan · 5 weeks ago
  4. a9f4093 support configuration discovery service to satellite data by dalekliuhan · 5 weeks ago
  5. 7d98bf9 Merge pull request #8 from mrproliu/support-commands-to-satellite by 吴晟 Wu Sheng · 6 weeks ago

SkyWalking Go APIs

This repository contains the Go files generated from the sniff protocol(data collect protocol, the satellite protocol) and the query protocol for convenient use.

You can use the following commands to install this module.

go get skywalking.apache.org/repo/goapi

Data Sniff Protocol

To use the Go files generated from the data collect protocol and the satellite protocol, use the import path skywalking.apache.org/repo/goapi/collect and skywalking.apache.org/repo/goapi/satellite, for example,

package main

import (
	"fmt"
	"time"

	v3 "skywalking.apache.org/repo/goapi/collect/event/v3"
	v1 "skywalking.apache.org/repo/goapi/satellite/data/v1"
)

func main() {
	event := &v3.Event{
		Uuid:       "",
		Source:     nil,
		Name:       "",
		Type:       0,
		Message:    "",
		Parameters: nil,
		StartTime:  0,
		EndTime:    0,
	}

	sniffData := &v1.SniffData{
		Timestamp: time.Now().Unix() / 1e6,
		Name:      "Satellite_event",
		Type:      v1.SniffType_EventType,
		Meta:      nil,
		Remote:    true,
		Data: &v1.SniffData_Event{
			Event: event,
		},
	}
	fmt.Printf("+%v", sniffData)
}

Query Protocol

To use the Go files generated from the query protocol, use the import path skywalking.apache.org/repo/goapi/query, for example,

package main

import (
	"fmt"

	"skywalking.apache.org/repo/goapi/query"
)

func main() {
	events := query.Events{
		Events: nil,
		Total:  0,
	}

	fmt.Printf("+%v", events)
}

Development

To update this repo, update the commit sha in the dependencies.sh file, and run make to regenerate the Go files, then commit and open a pull request.