I walked you through the hard way of deploying an ELK stack using packages. This can be error prone and really doesn’t ring well with current DevOps/Infrastructure as Code mantra. So this post will help you accomplish the same setup but using Puppet for configuration management.
In this post we enable more robust monitoring of our Openstack cluster by sending our Openstack logs to an ELK Stack (Elasticsearch Logstash Kibana). It’s a lot easier than you might think. Read on to find out how easy…
This article will cover how to monitor your Openstack cluster’s performace using Graphite. Why would we want to do this? This gives us data that is easily read and interpreted so that we can make informed business decisions about our openstack cloud. This will be useful for decisions about when to add another compute node or if it is time to add more bandwidth to our networking.
In this post we enable more robust monitoring of our mesos cluster by sending our mesos logs to Logstash. This is very similar to my other post about sending logs from openstack.
This post will walk you through configuring your Jenkins server to use a Mesos Cluster to elasticly use Jenkins Slaves running in Mesos. This has the advantage of using your datacenter hardware much more efficiently and you won’t need several jenkins slaves that could potentially be sitteng there doing nothing but costing you money.
Cloud computing is everywhere these days. If you would like to jump on the technical bandwagon, then this article will get you pointed in the right direction. We will cover the basics of cloud computing architectures and how they are implemented today.