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Linux System Monitoring with eBPF

The Linux kernel is an abundant component of modern IT systems. It provides the critical services of hardware abstraction and time-sharing to applications. The classical metrics for monitoring Linux are among the most well known metrics in monitoring: CPU utilization,...

Circonus Update: New UI Rollout

The Circonus team is excited to announce the release of our newest update, which includes sweeping changes to the Circonus Monitoring Platform UI. This update is part of an ongoing effort to optimize the Circonus UI for performance and usability on mobile devices,...

Discovering circonusvi

Folks who know Circonus and use it regularly for operations also know that its API is an important part of efficient management for your monitoring facility. For example, after building out a new datacenter with our SaaS application, we wanted to apply tagging to our...

Graph Hover Lock

A new feature to help make sense of graphs with multiple data points When visualizing your data, you may often want to compare multiple data points on a single graph. You may even want to compare a metric across a dozen machines, but a graph with more then two or...

Advanced Search Builder

Last year, changes on the backend allowed Circonus to make significant improvements to our search capability. Now, we've added an Advanced Search tool to allow users to easily build complex search queries, making Search in Circonus more powerful and flexible than ever...

Show Me the Data

Avoid spike erosion with Percentile - and Histogram - Aggregation It has become common wisdom that the lossy process of averaging measurements leads to all kinds of problems when measuring performance of services (see Schlossnagle2015,  Ugurlu2013,  Schwarz2015,...