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Jan 15, 2020   |  By Todd Campbell
Because monitoring requires some degree of access to your applications, it’s important that you take certain steps to ensure the right amount of access without compromising your app’s security. In this first in a series of posts, we’ll go over some high-level best practices to securing Sensu, followed by a webinar later this month which will offer a deeper dive into setting up certificates.
Jan 9, 2020   |  By Jef Spaleta
Last month, we ran a webinar on role-based access control (RBAC) in Sensu Go. In this post, we’ll capture some of the key points from the presentation and show you how RBAC can help you lock down access for increased security and team efficiency.
Dec 18, 2019   |  By Anna MacLachlan
At Sensu Summit 2019, Adam Westman, Sr. Engineering Manager at Target, introduced us to GoAlert, their on-call scheduling and notification open source project. In this post, I’ll recap his talk, sharing the journey that led them to build GoAlert, the problems they’ve solved, and how they use GoAlert with Sensu Go to simplify monitoring and reduce alert fatigue.
Dec 10, 2019   |  By Caleb Hailey
Until a few years ago, if you did any kind of searching for control planes, you would have found results related to traditional networking concepts. With the advent of cloud computing — including hybrid cloud, multi-cloud, and cloud-native — we’re seeing a lot of tools starting to adopt a “control plane for 'X'” terminology. We’ve heard this term applied to — among other things — Kubernetes. More on that later.
Dec 5, 2019   |  By Anna MacLachlan
As Caleb recently noted, it’s been a year since the GA release of Sensu Go! In fact, today marks the official one-year mark; since December 5, 2018, Sensu Go has been downloaded over 1 million times — 500,000 installs from Packagecloud and over 500,000 pulls from Docker Hub! To celebrate these milestones, we’re giving away five prizes for Sensu 5.0: four (4) Nintendo Switch™ Lites and one (1) Nintendo Switch™ + a $200 Nintendo eShop Card as a grand prize.
Oct 1, 2018   |  By Sensu
Increasingly complex systems make availability and performance monitoring more difficult than ever before, especially for container-based, multi-cloud, and hybrid-cloud infrastructures.
Dec 11, 2019   |  By Sensu
In this 30-minute webinar, Developer Advocates Jef Spaleta and Todd Campbell discuss how RBAC works in Sensu Go (including how to set it up). They illustrate why it's useful to take advantage of Sensu's new API key feature and show how to implement RBAC in Sensu Go.
Oct 21, 2019   |  By Sensu
Assets are shareable, reusable packages that make it easy to deploy Sensu plugins. You can use assets to provide the plugins, libraries, and runtimes you need to automate your monitoring workflows. In this webinar, Sensu Developer Advocate Jef Spaleta and Customer Reliability Engineer Aaron Sachs go over assets in Sensu Go, including how they're packaged up and used. You'll come away with a deeper understanding of assets and the skills you need to create your first.
Oct 7, 2019   |  By Sensu
In this Sensu Summit 2019 talk, Sensu CEO Caleb Hailey explores how Sensu provides a “monitoring control plane” that is analogous to the Kubernetes control plane, and how Sensu can empower organizations by delivering consistent monitoring workflows in multi-cloud environments.
Sep 20, 2019   |  By Sensu
In theory, the idea of infrastructure that can be deployed between different cloud providers is a wonderful concept. Who wouldn’t love to migrate workloads seamlessly between providers for a variety of reasons? In theory, a tiger with an anger management problem is just a scaled up house-cat.
Sep 20, 2019   |  By Sensu
The day to day life of a DevOps & IT Ops engineer should be spent on developing the beautiful products and services you offer your customers and less time operating them. In this Sensu Summit 2019 talk from Moogsoft Sr. Product Manager Adam Frank, you'll learn how Moogsoft & Sensu, along with other monitoring and observability tools, will drive your digital transformation, allowing you to understand the significance of your alerts and the alerts that are correlated, to give you better and faster context of an incident.