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Circonus Update: New UI Rollout

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,...

SREcon 2018 Americas

Getting paged at 11pm on New Year's Eve because the application code used sprintf %d on a 32 bit system and your ids just passed 4.295 billion, sending the ids negative and crashing your object service. A wakeup call at 2 am (or is it 3 am?) on the 'spring forward'...

Circonus On The Raspberry Pi

There are a lot of interesting monitoring tasks, that can facilitated with a Raspberry Pi (e.g. here, there). Circonus does not officially support "Raspbian Linux on armv6/v7" as a deployment target, but given the steady interest in this topic, we took the time to...

Metrics from Custom Apps…Easy!

Many developers are looking for a platform to which they can send arbitrary data from their custom applications to collect and visualize those metrics, as well as alert on specific thresholds. With Circonus's ability to accept and parse raw JSON, it's easy to send...

Wrangling Elephants in the Cloud

Yonah Russ is a hands-on Technology Executive, System Architect, and Performance Engineer. He is founder of DonateMyFee. You can read more articles by Yonah on LinkedIn where you will also find the original version of this post. You know the elephant in the room, the...

Underneath Clean Data: Avoiding Rot

When many people talk about clean data, they are referring to data that was collected in a controlled and rigorous process where bad inputs are avoided. Dirty data has samples outside of the intended collection set or values for certain fields that may be mixed up...