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Monitoring Docker, Part Two – The science of auto-discovery advances container monitoring

This is Part Two of our 2-part blog post on the challenges of monitoring containerized applications. In Part One we discussed basic requirements, considerations and components involved in a production-ready Docker setup. We touched upon the ephemeral nature of containers, the importance of collecting application and container metrics, and the ever increasing cost of configuration [...]

By | August 27th, 2016|Analytics, Integrations|0 Comments

Monitoring Docker Containers: Getting smart about tracking ephemeral infrastructure

This is part 1 of our Docker Monitoring blog series. In this part we will discuss the basics about Docker and container monitoring. In the next part, we will discuss how OpsClarity Intelligent Monitoring platform automatically tracks Docker containers and monitors the services inside them, even as they shift and the Docker images change, without [...]

Monitoring Apache Spark Streaming: Understanding Key Metrics

This post is part 2 of the Monitoring Apache Spark series. In part 1 - Monitoring Apache Spark : Why is it Challenging?, we discussed the basics of Spark architecture and why it is challenging to monitor a distributed and dynamic Spark cluster. In this post, we will dig deeper into the specific Apache Spark metrics [...]

Monitoring Apache Spark: Why is it Challenging?

Large-scale data processing has moved into a new age of sophistication and the greatest evidence is the increasing requirement for processing data in real time. The drivers for this move are many, but the basic impetus can be understood by simply recalling the classic Time-Value-of-Data concept and how the value of data is at its [...]

Evaluating Message Brokers: Kafka vs. Kinesis vs. SQS

In last couple of years, we have observed evolution of several message brokers and queuing services which are all fast, reliable and scalable. While the list is long, in this blog, I will limit the discussion to SQS, Kinesis and Kafka. Simple Queuing Service (SQS) is a fully managed and scalable queuing service on AWS. [...]

By | May 10th, 2016|Data Processing Frameworks, Engineers|0 Comments