The Redpanda Integration offers effortless access to performance metrics, allowing users to visualize key insights in our dashboard. Identify bottlenecks swiftly and optimize Redpanda’s performance seamlessly.


Middleware Host Agent (MW Agent) must be installed on your local machine. To install the MW Agent, see our Installation Guide.


Step 1: Access Integrations

Login to your Middleware account, navigate to the Redpanda integration, and connect Redpanda

Step 2: Connect Redpanda Instance

To access Redpanda metrics, choose a host to connect to your Redpanda instance

Monitoring multiple brokers with a single host agent is not currently available.

Step 3: Configure Your Host

Configure your host to connect to the IP address and port that Redpanda stores its metrics

The default port for your Redpanda instance is 9664

Visualize Your Data

Default Redpanda Dashboard

Quickly access your Redpanda data with Middleware’s default Redpanda dashboard. Navigate to the Dashboard Builder and select the Redpanda - Metrics (Runtime) Dashboard

Create Redpanda Widgets

Create your own widget from scratch. Navigate to the Dashboard Builder and select the dashboard you would like to create a widget in. Select Add New Widget and choose the redpanda data source.

Learn more about creating your own widgets and dashboards in the Dashboard Builder section.

Metrics Collected

Metric NameDescription
redpanda_application_buildRedpanda build information
redpanda_application_uptime_seconds_totalRedpanda application uptime in seconds
redpanda_cluster_brokersNumber of configured, fully commissioned brokers in a cluster
redpanda_cluster_controller_log_limit_requests_available_rpsLimit on the available requests per second (RPS) for a cluster controller log
redpanda_cluster_controller_log_limit_requests_droppedNumber of requests dropped by a cluster controller log due to exceeding redpanda_cluster_controller_log_limit_requests_available_rps
redpanda_cluster_partition_moving_from_nodeNumber of partition replicas in a cluster being removed from a node
redpanda_cluster_partition_moving_to_nodeNumber of partition replicas in cluster being added or moved to a node
redpanda_cluster_partition_node_cancelling_movementsNumber of partition replicas being moved that now need to be cancelled during a partition movement cancellation operation
redpanda_cluster_partition_num_with_broken_rack_constraintNumber of Redpanda partitions violating rack constraints
redpanda_cluster_partitionsNumber of partitions managed by a cluster. Includes partitions of the controller topic, but not replicas
redpanda_cluster_topicsNumber of topics in a cluster
redpanda_cluster_unavailable_partitionsNumber of unavailable partitions (that lack quorum among their replica group) in the cluster
redpanda_cpu_busy_seconds_totalTotal CPU busy time in seconds
redpanda_io_queue_total_read_opsTotal read operations passed in the I/O queue
redpanda_io_queue_total_write_opsTotal write operations passed in the I/O queue
redpanda_kafka_handler_latency_secondsAverage time for Redpanda to handle Kafka requests
redpanda_kafka_max_offsetHigh watermark offset of a partition (for calculating consumer group lag)
redpanda_kafka_partitionsConfigured number of partitions for a topic
redpanda_kafka_records_fetched_totalTotal number of records fetched
redpanda_kafka_records_produced_totalTotal number of records produced
redpanda_kafka_replicasTotal number of configured replicas per topic
redpanda_kafka_request_bytes_totalTotal number of bytes produced or consumed per topic
redpanda_kafka_request_latency_secondsLatency of produce/consume requests per broker. Measures from when a request is initiated on partition to when response is fulfilled
redpanda_kafka_under_replicated_replicasNumber of replicas in the partition that are live but not at the latest offset, redpanda_kafka_max_offset
redpanda_memory_allocated_memoryTotal allocated memory in bytes
redpanda_memory_available_memoryTotal memory potentially available (free plus reclaimable memory) to a CPU shard (core) in bytes
redpanda_memory_available_memory_low_water_markThe low watermark for available memory at process start
redpanda_memory_free_memoryAvailable memory in bytes
redpanda_node_status_rpcs_receivedNumber of node status RPCs received by a node
redpanda_node_status_rpcs_sentNumber of node status RPCs sent by a node
redpanda_node_status_rpcs_timed_outNumber of timed out node status RPCs from a node
redpanda_raft_leadership_changesNumber of leadership changes across all partitions of a given topic
redpanda_raft_recovery_partition_movement_available_bandwidthBandwidth available for partition movement, in bytes per second
redpanda_rest_proxy_request_errors_totalTotal number of REST proxy server errors
redpanda_rest_proxy_request_latency_secondsInternal latency of REST proxy requests
redpanda_rpc_active_connectionsThe total number of currently-active clients the RPC server on a given shard has connections to
redpanda_rpc_request_errors_totalNumber of RPC errors
redpanda_rpc_request_latency_secondsRPC latency in seconds
redpanda_schema_registry_request_errors_totalTotal number of Schema Registry errors
redpanda_schema_registry_request_latency_secondsLatency of the request indicated by the label in the Schema Registry. The measurement includes the time spent waiting for resources to become available, processing the request, and dispatching the response
redpanda_storage_disk_free_bytesAvailable disk storage in bytes
redpanda_storage_disk_free_space_alertAlert for low disk storage: 0: OK, 1: low space, 2: degraded
redpanda_storage_disk_total_bytesTotal size in bytes of attached storage


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