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The State of Open-Source Monitoring

11.01.2012
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Wanted to share this great presentation from Jason Dixon of GitHub...

Take a look at the history of open source monitoring tools, an attempt at fixing our vocabulary within monitoring, and a proposal for the "event stream model" as the future of open source tooling.





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Adam Gent replied on Fri, 2012/11/02 - 1:04pm

As a developer for my own startups I have yet to find the ideal monitoring solution.

My solution thus far has been writing Java Unit Tests that get run continuously by Jenkins (every 5 minutes or so). The unit tests or similar to integration tests but they hit health check URL for stats and what not. I believe Yammer does something similar.

I don't get pretty graphs but I do get some nice flexibility.

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