In this article I will describe a basic solution to monitor, debug and be alerted using Red Hat Fuse on premise as an integration layer, the TICK stack, Graylog and Grafana.
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In this blog post I’ll elaborate how I managed to get long term data history for my home assistant setup with InfluxDB.
Telegraf, InfluxDB, Chronograf ve Kapacitor’un baş harflerinden oluşan TICK stack, sunucu monitor etmek için kullanılan bir uygulamalar bütünüdür. Sunucu monitor etmek, farklı durumları tespit etmek ve ortaya çıkan sorunlardan kısa sürede haberdar olup çözebilmek ilk adımıdır.
When considering web applications monitoring, it’s essential to monitor not only the application itself but the services on which the application depends, as well as the infrastructure hosting the application. Detecting performance bottlenecks and debugging problems can otherwise be very tricky, and unexpected downtime may occur.
Hace tiempo que escribí un articulo sobre como desplegar TIG (Telegraf + InfluxDB + Grafana), ahora utilizo TICK (Telegraf + InfluxDB + Chronograf + Kapacitor), en vez de Grafana, utilizo Chronograf y para la gestión de avisos Kapacitor.
This will go over how to use the NoCAN platform by Omzlo and uFire sensors to measure EC, pH and ORP with graphs by the TICK stack.
Today, we’re pleased to announce that, in partnership with InfluxData, we are open sourcing terraform-google-influx, a set of reusable infrastructure modules that make it easy to deploy and manage the TICK Stack (Telegraf, InfluxDB, Chronograf, Kapacitor) on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). These modules are built for use with Terraform and Packer and we’ve releasing them under an Apache 2.0 license on GitHub and in the Terraform Registry!
Worth nothing to mention that monitoring the performance and availability of applications is very important. This is one of the many cool features bundled with Spring boot, which since its first days comes with production ready features (i.e Actuator) to help us keeping an eye on apps performance. With the release of spring boot 2, Actuator got a huge boost, offering dev/ops more application metrics facade that supports numerous monitoring systems.
One of pretty interesting components I worked with it last 2 years was “Keycloak” by Red Hat! Keycloak has many use cases, and I did see many projects use it in different things especially SSO (Single Sign-On). You will be impressed how many features it has.
In this article, I would like to consider a tool that allows you to facilitate the work of the system administrator and make monitoring client servers more cost-effective and resultative. The overview will be helpful for System administrators, DevOps specialists, customers who cooperate with IT services, developers.