The Blog. From Circonus

Introducing IRONdb

Introducing IRONdb

Software is eating the world. Devices that run that software are ubiquitous and multiplying rapidly. Without adequate monitoring on these services, operators are mostly flying blind, either relying on customers to report issues or manually jumping on boxes and spot...

COSI:Postgres

A few months ago we announced the availability Circonus One Step Install (COSI) to introduce a very fast way to get data collected for systems with the most obvious set of metrics enabled. This makes monitoring new systems as easy as copying and pasting a command into...

A New Day for Navigation and Search

Today we finally rolled out the new navigation menu and search bar that we've been working on for a while. We had been getting feedback on the poor usability of the old horizontal menu system and knew that a "pain point" had been reached—it was time to revisit how we...

Blueprints – Graphing made easy

Introducing Blueprints Today I’d like to introduce a new Circonus feature we’re calling Blueprints. Blueprints is a way to effortlessly create reusable graphs that can be used to visualize any host where the data you’re collecting is similar. In the modern age of...

AWS Cloudwatch Support

This month we pushed native Cloudwatch support - any metric that you have in Cloudwatch can now be added to graphs and dashboards, and alerts can be created for them. Auto Scaling (AWS/AutoScaling) AWS Billing (AWS/Billing) Amazon DynamoDB (AWS/DynamoDB) Amazon...

Exploring Keynote XML Data Pulse

I'll be the first to admit that the Circonus service can be somewhat intimidating. Sometimes it is hard to puzzle out what we do and what we don't do. Case in point: perspective-based transactional web monitoring. Many people have asked us, given our global...

Monitoring Elasticsearch

With the much anticipated announcement of the Elasticsearch 1.0.0 release, we thought we'd mention that several of the features that you use within Circonus are powered by Elasticsearch behind the scenes. We could never, in good conscience, run a product or service...