A Python service,
marathon-autoscale.py, autoscales your Marathon application based on the utilization metrics which Mesos reports. You can run this service from within your DC/OS cluster.
marathon-autoscale.py is intended to demonstrate what is possible when you run your services on DC/OS.
marathon-autoscale.py will monitor the aggregate CPU and memory utilization for all tasks that make up the specified Marathon service. When your threshold is hit,
marathon-autoscale.py will increase the number of tasks for your Marathon service.
- A running DC/OS cluster.
- A service running on Marathon that you’d like to autoscale.
Install the application
SSH to the system where you will run marathon-autoscale.py and install it:
$ dcos node ssh --master $ git clone https://github.com/mesosphere/marathon-autoscale.git $ cd marathon-autoscale
Run the application
When you run the application, you’ll be prompted for the following parameters:
- marathon_host (string) - Fully qualified domain name or IP of the Marathon host (without http://).
- marathon_app (string) - The name of the Marathon app to autoscale (without “/“).
- max_mem_percent (int) - The percentage of average memory utilization across all tasks for the target Marathon app before scaleout is triggered.
- max_cpu_time (int) - The average CPU time across all tasks for the target Marathon app before scaleout is triggered.
- trigger_mode (string) - ‘or’ or ‘and’ determines whether both CPU and memory must be triggered or just one or the other.
- autoscale_multiplier (float) - The number by which current instances will be multiplied to determine how many instances to add during scaleout.
- max_instances (int) - The ceiling for the number of instances to stop scaling out EVEN if thresholds are crossed.
$ /opt/mesosphere/bin/python marathon-autoscale.py Enter the DNS hostname or IP of your Marathon Instance : ip-**-*-*-*** Enter the Marathon Application Name to Configure Autoscale for from the Marathon UI : testing Enter the Max percent of Mem Usage averaged across all Application Instances to trigger Autoscale (ie. 80) : 5 Enter the Max percent of CPU Usage averaged across all Application Instances to trigger Autoscale (ie. 80) : 5 Enter which metric(s) to trigger Autoscale ('and', 'or') : or Enter Autoscale multiplier for triggered Autoscale (ie 1.5) : 2 Enter the Max instances that should ever exist for this application (ie. 20) : 10