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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...

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...

Ways to Collect Systems Data in Circonus

When you decide to monitor your systems with Circonus, there's quite a few options on how to collect your metrics. We believe Circonus should be a tool that does what you need, when you need it. Circonus does not force you into a specific approach or method. Since...

Tags: A Long Time Coming

Ok, we know a lot of you have been asking for tags in Circonus for a long time. Well, they're finally here! The tags feature is currently in beta, and will be released to all customers very soon. (Tags have actually been available to API users for a while, just...

Customizable Alerts and Ruleset Groups

Today we are releasing two new features to make your on-call life easier. Customizable Alerts Our default format was created and modified over the years based on user feedback, but of course it was never going to make everyone happy. How do we solve this? By letting...

Manage Metrics with circonus-cmi

As an environment grows, so does the headache of managing checks and metrics. Every new machine and cluster node requires a new set checks and metrics. There are the Circonus API and circonusvi tool, but those still require manual intervention. Wouldn't it be nice if...