Analytics

influxdata

Monitoring AWS with Telegraf & InfluxDB Cloud

Recently I’ve been playing with InfluxDB Cloud and Telegraf for synthetic monitoring of Amazon Web Services API endpoints, and thought I’d share my configuration notes. InfluxDB is an open-source time series database, and Telegraf is a software agent for sending time-series data to InfluxDB. Telegraf has hundreds of plugins to collect different types of time series data.

logz.io

14 Kibana Plugins to Spice Up Your Data Visualizations

Kibana is a powerful visualization platform designed specifically for log management with Elasticsearch. It already provides a lot built-in, but its open-source nature obviously lends it to some pretty cool simple and complicated additions from its community of devs. Some favorites include adding certain kinds of visualizations, API attachments, better integration between Kibana and other platforms, as well simple add-ons for flair in reports.

Internet Leader Natural Intelligence Now Resolving Glitches in Minutes Rather than Days

Natural Intelligence runs comparison websites that generate millions in ad traffic. A glitch could easily cost the company thousands in ad revenue. CTO Lior Schachter and other members of the NI team share the difference Anodot Autonomous Analytics has made across the company.