Centralized Log analysis (Real Time) & Logging in JSON – PART 1 Logs are one of the most useful things when it comes to analysis; in simple terms Log analysis is making sense out of system/app-generated log messages (or just LOGS). … Conti…
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Loadays is coming up soon .. 6 and 7 april ..
Loadays is the Linux and Open Administration conference of the low lands , held in Antwerp, Belgium
We’ve just published the initial batch of speakers
Being a Sysadmin at a company full of Sysadmins (Cod…
Paris is more and more becoming the DevOps place to be. We (apparently) successfully rebooted the Paris DevOps Meetups, with already two events so far, and two more already in the pipeline (stay tuned for the announcements).
We’re now announcing…
Last year we were pretty negative about Monitoring, We shouted out that MonitoringSucked … A year has passed and a lot has changed … most importantly our new found love for monitoring, thanks to an inspirational Ignite talk by Ulf Mansson at devop…
I recently gave a talk titled “Managing Puppet Using MCollective” at the Puppet Camp in Ghent. The talk introduces a complete rewrite of the MCollective plugin used to manage Puppet. The plugin can be found on our Github repo as usual. Significantly this is one of a new breed of plugin that we ship as Read More
Welcome on my blog for this new Year. After writing an answer to a thread regarding monitoring and log monitoring on the Paris devops mailing list, I thought back about a blog post project I had in mind for a long time.
I wrote this blog post while we…
My last post has been a while … in that I announced that there would be another event right before FOSDEM … I totally forgot to announce it here but I`m sure that most of you already know. Yes. PuppetCamp Europe is coming back to it’s roots… it…
Redis is an in-memory key-value data store that provides a small number of primitives suitable to the task of building monitoring systems. As a lot of us are hacking in this space I thought I’d write a blog post summarizing where I’ve been using it in a little Sensu like monitoring system I have been Read More
At Atomic Object, we like to keep things simple. For Justin and I, this often means using Puppet Standalone or Chef Solo to configure servers that don’t yet (and may never) require the coordination of a Puppet Master or Chef Server. Justin recently blogged about the pattern we use with Chef Solo. I’m going to share a new tool we’ve started using to keep these repositories simple, even as the requirements grow.
The post BERKS! – Simplifying Chef Solo Cookbook Management with Berkshelf appeared first on Atomic Spin.
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Most Nagios systems does a lot of forking especially those built around something like NRPE where each check is a connection to be made to a remote system. On one hand I like NRPE in that it puts the check logic on the nodes using a standard plugin format and provides a fairly re-usable configuration Read More