New Circonus Publications (week of January 9, 2017)

Hi everyone!

 


Last week, Circonus published the following new documentation:


Systems Monitoring is Ripe for a Revolution

-- This blog post from Theo Schlossnagle describes the concept of Real Systems Monitoring (RSM), which is the next logical step for the industry in light of how Real User Monitoring (RUM) replaced synthetic user monitoring.

-- http://www.circonus.com/blog/systems-monitoring-ripe-revolution


Introducing IRONdb

-- This blog post from Riley Berton describes how IRONdb achieves some of it's key differentiating features, such as its data replication, its multi-datacenter capabilities, its administrative tools, and more.

-- http://www.circonus.com/blog/introducing-irondb


Circonus Announces IRONdb, Database for Graphite Infrastructure:

New backend database powered by Circonus offers reliability and scalability for Graphite and Grafana

-- This is the press release that announced the launch of IRONdb.

-- http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/circonus-announces-irondb-database-for-graphite-infrastructure-300389311.html


The Hidden Pitfalls of API Monitoring

-- Last week, Heinrich Hartmann presented a webinar on API monitoring, discussing service degradation and how to get accurate insights in SLA monitoring.

-- https://www.circonus.com/the-hidden-pitfalls-of-api-monitoring


Post-Mortem 2017.1.12.1

-- In this blog post, Theo describes cause of the Fault Detection outages that Circonus experienced on 1/12 and what we learned from them.

-- http://www.circonus.com/blog/post-mortem-2017-1-12-1


GrafanaCon 2016: Riley Berton, Circonus and IronDB

-- Riley's presentation from Grafancon last month is now available on YouTube.

-- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSUPtxtEa9A



The 32nd issue of the Standard Metric highlighted:

 

-- Announcing the Circonus use cases survey/contest

-- Theo's blog post, Systems Monitoring is Ripe for a Revolution

-- Heinrich's webinar, The Hidden Pitfalls of API Monitoring



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