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SpareFoot recently moved their monolith to a microservices architecture in Docker and found themselves in DevOps monitoring hell as a result. They now use Telegraf with a variety of plugins to collect data from all their apps, servers, Docker containers and send it to InfluxDB. They have yet to try Kapacitor to alert on anomalies, but so far, they’ve achieved superb visibility into their stack. They chose the InfluxDB platform for its compelling features, high write throughput, easy scaling abilities and the great open source plugin ecosystem of Telegraf.
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Modernized their infrastructure
By replacing old traditional systems with a containerized microservices architecture
Improved DevOps monitoring
Gained observability into their apps, servers, containers
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