Linux System Monitoring with eBPF

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

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,...
Circonus On The Raspberry Pi

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...
UI Redesign FAQ

UI Redesign FAQ

Today, the Circonus team is releasing the first round of our new User Interface changes. Since we started developing Circonus 7 years ago, we’ve worked with many customers in different spaces with different needs. Our team talked with many engineers about how they...
Some Like It Flat

Some Like It Flat

JSON rules the world, much to our collective chagrin. I’ve mentioned before the atrocious shortcomings of JSON as a format and I feel deeply saddened that the format has taken the world by storm. However, it is here and we must cope… but not always. Like every other...