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Tempest Pushgateway is a small tool which takes a set of OpenStack credentials using the environment variables, generates a
tempest.conf configuration file, runs the list of tests provided in the arguments and then pushes the results to a Prometheus Pushgateway.
This tool is helpful in running full integration tests against your cloud in a periodic manner and seeing how long they take and if they passed or failed, it also means that you can capitalize on all of the existing set of Tempest integration tests.
You can use the Docker container which is published to
vexxhost/tempest-pushgateway and provide your OpenStack creentials in the environment, alternatively you can simply install this locally and call
tempest-pushgateway directly. The tool is entirely configured using environment variables:
TEMPEST_PROMETHEUS(required): Prometheus Pushgateway address
TEMPEST_HORIZON_URL: URL for Horizon if
python-tempestconffails to detect it.