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Jul 2, 2019 | By Aaron Sachs
One of my earliest jobs was as an admin for an MSP. We'd routinely generate alerts that weren't actionable, lacked context, and for most of our customers, were considered noise. From a monitoring perspective, it was bad. Customers didn't trust in the alerts they received and often resorted to having some additional monitoring product installed on their systems. It's safe to say that our auto-generated tickets and emails were largely ignored.
Jun 25, 2019 | By Sean Porter
At this point in our series, you’re likely quite familiar with the many opportunities and challenges that Kubernetes presents (especially when it comes to monitoring!). The last couple of posts take at a look at Prometheus for monitoring Kubernetes, with a side-by-side comparison with Sensu, and illustrate how they work in tandem.
Jun 18, 2019 | By Cameron Johnston
At Monitorama 2018, Engineering Manager Kale Stedman shared Demonware’s journey to assisted remediation, or as he likes to call it: “How my team nearly built an auto-remediation system before we realized we never actually wanted one in the first place.” In this post, I’ll recap Kale’s Monitorama talk, highlighting the key decisions that helped his team reduce daily alerts, fix underlying problems, and establish a more engaged Monitoring Team — including the steps the
Jun 13, 2019 | By Nikki Attea
Monitorama is the event of the year if you’re in the monitoring and observability space! It’s an inclusive event for speakers, attendees, and vendors alike to network and learn from each other in a safe, comfortable, and accessible environment.
Jun 6, 2019 | By Caleb Hailey
In the era of cloud-based architectures, companies have implemented multiple cloud platforms but have yet to reap the full benefits. Whether it’s Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, or Microsoft Azure (or some combination thereof), a recent Forrester study found that nearly 86 percent of enterprises have incorporated a multi-cloud strategy.
Jul 10, 2019 | By Sensu
In this webinar, Sensu CEO and co-founder Caleb Hailey goes over the latest features in Sensu Go, breaking down the differences between Sensu 1.x and Sensu Go. He deep dives into architecture, gives a look at assets, and demos several Sensu Go features.