Quantifying WordPress Performance Improvements with circonus-logwatch

Deriving meaningful insights from third-party logs has always been a difficult yet necessary task. Most analysis occurs after-the-fact, when something has gone wrong. Very few tools allow real-time monitoring of…

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Dashboards: Redux (or What to Look for in a Performance Monitoring Dashboard)

Last autumn we launched our customizable dashboards for Circonus, and we happen to think they’re pretty sweet. In this post, I’m not going to get into specifics about our dashboards…

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Graph Annotations and Events

This feature has been a long time in coming: the ability to annotate your graphs! With the new annotations timeline sitting over the graph, not only can you create custom…

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One Dashboard to Rule Them All

Ever dream of having a systems monitoring dashboard that was actually useful? One where you could move things around, resize them, and even choose what information you wanted to display?…

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A Lotta Love for Keyboard Users

All web users who bemoan the general lack of support for keyboard accessibility in web apps, take heart! Circonus has some great features for keyboard lovers. We know there are…

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