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Feb 7, 2019 | By Anna Plotkin
We’re thrilled to announce that the latest release of Sensu Go — version 5.2 — is available today! Sensu Go empowers you to automate your monitoring workflows, offering a comprehensive monitoring solution for your infrastructure, applications, and connected devices. Sensu Go is a massive improvement over the original Sensu (version 1.x), with an emphasis on ease of use and quick time to value.
Jan 23, 2019 | By Sean Porter
In part 1 of this series, I discussed the rise of microservice architecture and the reliance on Kubernetes and Docker for container orchestration and management. I also shared some of the challenges these new technologies present and what sources of data we need in order to effectively monitor our Kubernetes environments.
Jan 7, 2019 | By Jef Spaleta
As a followup to my previous post, I’d like to walk you through using the Sensu Go sandbox to test upgrading different parts of the event pipeline from Sensu 1.x to Sensu Go. First up we have a Sensu 1.x check configuration using the check_ssh command from Nagios Plugins. This walkthrough can be used as a pattern for converting existing Sensu 1.x check configurations into Sensu Go.
Dec 27, 2018 | By Jef Spaleta
Now that Sensu Go is out, I thought this would be a great time to circle back and follow up on the Sensu Summit 2018 breakout session concerning Sensu 1.x to Sensu Go workload migration challenges. That session had some great feedback from Sensu users; we’ve been heads down over the past few months putting the pieces together to make it easier to move your existing workloads when you upgrade to Sensu Go and keep your existing Sensu Plugins working while you transition.
Dec 19, 2018 | By Sean Porter
Our industry has long been relying on microservice-based architecture to deliver software faster and safer. The advent and ubiquity of microservices naturally paved the way for container technology, empowering us to rethink how we build and deploy our applications. Docker exploded onto the scene in 2013, and, for companies focusing on modernizing their infrastructure and cloud migration, a tool like Docker is critical to shipping applications quickly, at scale.