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Version: v2.x

Prometheus Integration for Hasura Cloud



Hasura Cloud observability integrations are deprecated in favour of using OpenTelemetry exporter to get advanced traces, metrics and logs.

You can export metrics of your Hasura Cloud project to Prometheus. This can be configured on the integrations tab on the project's setting page.


For Hasura Cloud projects, the Prometheus Integration is only available on the Standard (pay-as-you-go) tier and above.

Configure Prometheus integration

Navigate to the integrations tab on project settings page to find Prometheus integration.

Configure Prometheus Integration

Enter the Namespace and label values to be associated to the exported metrics and click on Connect Integration.

Namespace (Optional)The single word prefix relevant to the domain the metrics belong to. Read more about namespace on Prometheus docs.
Labels (Optional)Labels are key-value pairs associated with your metrics used to differentiate the characteristics of the metric that is being measured.
Configure Prometheus Integration

Prometheus instance configuration

The Prometheus instance(Agent) needs to be configured with Basic Auth mode with Project ID as username and the generated Access token as Password. The Connection URL is needed to configure the Scrape Target rule.

Access Token

The Access Token is generated once the Integration is created. The token is showed only once and cannot be retrieved again. Access token is used as the password for Basic Authentication by the Prometheus Agent.

Prometheus Access Token

The token can be re-generated from the Configuration Panel of the Integration. This action is permanent and cannot be reversed.

Prometheus Access Token Regeneration

Connection URL

This is the secured webhook URL which exposes the Project Metrics in the prometheus compatible format. It has 3 parts namely scheme, host name and metrics_path. For example, if the connection URL is, then the scheme is https, host name (This includes sub-domains as well) is and metrics_path is /metrics.

Prometheus Connection URL

Project ID

The Project ID is used as the Username for the Basic Authentication by the Prometheus agent.

Prometheus Copy Project ID

The following YAML template can be used as the config file to establish connectivity with the exposed Integration.

scrape_interval: 60s
- job_name: 'hasura_prometheus_exporter'
scrape_interval: 60s ## Recommended scrape interval is 60s
metrics_path: '/metrics' ## Replace with metrics Path of the connection URL
scheme: 'https' ## Replace with the scheme of the connection URL
username: 'd01c60e1-1b11-564d-bb09-0a39e3e41b05' ## Replace with project ID
password: 'IrhO3GlR8oXTfsdfdsNs8Nj' ## Replace with Access Token
- targets: [''] ## Replace with the host name of the connection URL

Checking the status of the integration

The green/red dot signifies the status of the integration. Green signifies successful exporting of metrics to Prometheus. When metrics are successfully exported, Last Exported is continuously updated, indicating the timestamp of the last metric successfully exported to your Prometheus Instance.

Prometheus Integration successfully configured

In case there is an error while exporting metrics to Prometheus, the dot is red and the error message is displayed right below it.

Prometheus integration Pull failed

Metrics details

The integration exports the following five metrics to your Prometheus Instance:

Metric ExportedMetric Name in Prometheus
Average number of requestsaverage_requests_per_minute
Average request execution timeaverage_execution_time
Success rate of requestssuccess_rate
Active subscriptionsactive_subscriptions
Number of websockets openwebsockets_open

If average_requests_per_minute is 0 (Which means no incoming requests in the Last one minute), average_execution_time is reported as 0 and success_rate is reported as 1 to avoid NaN values in Prometheus.


If Namespace and Labels are configured (Optional), the format of the metric identifier is namespace_metricName{key1=value1, key2=value2}

View metrics

The metrics can be queried from the Prometheus Dashboard (or using tools like Grafana)

Prometheus view Metrics