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Oct 17, 2019 | By Jess Richter
Summer 2019 is officially over, so we wanted to look back and celebrate the way our team has grown and changed since the start of the season. As we look forward to cooler weather, warm sweaters, and the last few months of 2019, here are some of the awesome things Panopta did as a team this year.
Aug 20, 2019 | By Jess Richter
We have recently finished updating the so that it can natively integrate with a vCenter cluster, making monitoring a VMware vCenter cluster simple and easy. Now, by providing some basic information to the OnSight, Panopta can discover all the hosts, clusters, datastores, and virtual machines you have running in that environment and immediately begin pulling default metrics for those instances.
Jul 18, 2019 | By Jess Richter
Kubernetes, Google’s open-source container management platform, offers one of the most robust toolsets for facilitating container configuration and automation. However, the level of abstraction that is native to Kubernetes presents a lot of challenges to monitoring and, while the level of abstraction and auto-scaling Kubernetes offers is incredibly powerful, without proper monitoring, it can create even larger pain points for your team and customers.
Jun 18, 2019 | By Jess Richter
The Panopta Monitoring Policy Framework is a tool meant to help manage your monitoring configuration, and quickly onboard new instances to an existing environment, or rapidly setup monitoring in a new environment. By bringing all of your configuration into one place, monitoring policies can help you automate adding templates, tags, manifest files, APIs, and other essential monitoring features to your infrastructure, getting you one step closer to fully-automated configuration.
Jun 11, 2019 | By Jess Richter
One of our newest integrations adds native Docker monitoring to the Panopta Agent. Using the Linux Agent, which is included in our monitoring agent, customers can monitor their Docker containers by installing the Panopta Agent on the Docker host, allowing it to discover and represent each container individually as other instances would be represented. This means easier access and exposing important application metrics.