SSLAuthor: Outlyer | Version: 1.0.0 | License: MIT | Categories: ssl
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a server and a client—typically a web server (website) and a browser, or a mail server and a mail client.
This integration will monitor your SSL certificates by collecting their expiration time.
Once enabled you will get a default SSL dashboard to help you get started monitoring your SSL certificates.
|ssl.days_remaining||Gauge||ssl_cert_source||day||The SSL certificate remaining days for expiration.|
Just run the SSL plugin against your hosts and it will start collecting metrics.
Plugin Environment Variables
The SSL plugin can be customized via environment variables.
|cert_path||The certificate path in the filesystem, e.g.: /usr/local/nginx/ssl/cert.crt|
|host||The remote host where the certificate is installed, e.g.: outlyer.com|
|port||443||The host remote port.|
|cert_common_name||The certificate CN (Common Name). When specified, it checks whether the CN provided is equal to the CN present in the certificate, e.g.: *.outlyer.com|
|warning_days||30||The number of remaining days for a warning condition.|
|critical_days||7||The number of remaining days for a critical condition.|
|1.0||06-Jul-2018||Initial version of our SSL monitoring integration.|