Agile, Cloud Managed Services

[Infographic] Top 6 Reasons to On-board Cloud Managed Service Provider

Cloud is becoming a natural choice for global organizations as it not only enables digital transformation for companies but offers flexibility, scalability, cost efficiency and much more. Moving to the cloud is surely a great way to boost operational efficiency but managing cloud infrastructure is a daunting task. Companies need to take...

by Nidhi Choudhary
Tag: Monitoring
09-Oct-2017

DevOps, Technology

Getting Started with Zabbix

Zabbix is an Open source distributed monitoring tool. It allows us to monitor integrity and health of the server, network traffic,  and applications.  Zabbix uses a notification mechanism that allows users to configure e-mail based alerts for virtually any event.  Components Used in Zabbix are as follows: Zabbix Server :...

by Arun Dhyani
Tag: Monitoring
30-Jun-2016

AWS, DevOps

Nagios Parser to configure Nagios configuration files through Chef

                                    Nagios Parser is a ruby library that can be used as a gem to parse values from the Nagios configuration files. These values can used as arrays or hashes to suit the use case. In this blog, we will see how to use the Nagios Parser library to define a configuration file using the...

by Prakashul
Tag: Monitoring
25-May-2016

AWS, DevOps

Docker monitoring using Sysdig Cloud

Sysdig has been one of the most advanced cloud-based tools for monitoring your infrastructure. So, talking about Docker monitoring, Sysdig gives us a lot of insights about our containers, few of which we will be talking about in this blog. Docker is the most widely used and trending tool when it comes to DevOps. USE-CASE In this...

by Ranvijay Jamwal
Tag: Monitoring
19-Nov-2015

AWS, DevOps

Monitoring Docker container status using AWS CloudWatch

There are no such tools till now to monitor whether your Docker container is running or not. Now, I had a Docker container running in production and I could not afford not knowing whenever it went down or rather stopped. So, I decided to do something about it. The blog is about the same. What we will be doing is checking whether the...

by Ranvijay Jamwal
Tag: Monitoring
29-Sep-2015

Technology

Monitoring MongoDB using New Relic

Scope This blog illustrates advantages of New Relic over different monitoring strategies and step by step method to configure new relic plugin for mongoDB. What is New Relic? New Relic is a SaaS model (Software as a service) that provides capabilities to monitor applications in real-time. Why I chose New Relic to monitor MongoDB...

by Naina Motwani
Tag: Monitoring
31-Aug-2015

AWS

Mongo Monitoring Service to ensure uptime of MongoDB

Mongo Monitoring Service(MMS) is a service that ensures that the MongoDB is up and running and can alert us when the service is stopped/restarted.It can be run on an on-premise architecture or in the cloud like AWS. Use Case We have multiple servers running MongoDB service and they are present in different environments as Production,...

by Ankit Giri
Tag: Monitoring
30-Jun-2015

Technology

Monitoring Nginx Connections

The Nginx web server comes with a bundled module "HttpStubStatusModule". By enabling this module we will get some insight of our nginx connections. This module provides the following information. Active Connections Connection Status (Accepted / Handled) Connection Request / Second Enable Module To get connection stats, we need to...

by Vikash Jha
Tag: Monitoring
24-Apr-2015

AWS

CloudFront Monitoring Using CloudWatch

Amazon CloudFront Allow us to monitor our website or application using CloudWatch.Using metrics, we can specify a time interval of as little as one minute for time periods in the previous two weeks. Following cloudwatch metrics are provided by CloudFront. 1. Requests – Number of requests for all HTTP methods and for both HTTP and...

by Prashant Sharma
Tag: Monitoring
23-Apr-2015

AWS

Getting started with Nagios

Monitoring lies at very heart of the Production application. Its absolutely necessary that each and every aspect of application is monitored be it application itself any helper services that run on the server like SSH, FTP, NFS etc and the server resources like CPU usage, disk usage. Even the slightest deviation from the regular usage...

by Hitesh Bhatia
Tag: Monitoring
31-Aug-2014