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Oct2

Monitoring Scylla with Datadog: A Tale about Datadog – Prometheus integration

A question we keep getting from customers is: “How can I monitor Scylla with Datadog?” And more generally “How do you integrate Datadog and Prometheus?” Find out how to enable this on your Scylla cluster.

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Sep13

Scylla Monitoring Stack 3.0.1 – Alternator Dashboard

Scylla Monitoring Stack Release Notes

Scylla Monitoring Stack 3.0.1 now includes a new dashboard to monitor clusters that have enabled Project Alternator, an Amazon DynamoDB-compatible API.

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Aug27

Scylla Monitoring Stack Release 3.0

Scylla Monitoring Stack Release Notes

The Scylla team is pleased to announce the release of Scylla Monitoring Stack 3.0. Scylla Monitoring Stack is an open-source stack for monitoring Scylla Enterprise and Scylla Open Source, based on Prometheus and Grafana.

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Oct18

Scylla Manager — Now even easier to maintain your Scylla clusters!

  Last week we announced the release of Scylla Manager 1.2, a management system that automates maintenance tasks on a Scylla cluster. This release provides enhanced repair features that make it easier to configure repairs on a cluster. In this blog, we take a closer look at what’s new. Efficient Repair Scylla Manager provides a robust suite of tools aligned with Scylla’s shard-per-core architecture for the easy and efficient management of Scylla clusters. Clusters are repaired shard-by-shard, ensuring that each database shard performs exactly one repair task at a time. This gives the best repair parallelism on a node, shortens […]

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Sep25

Scylla Summit Preview: Scylla Got Slow! Using Tools, Talent and Tracing to Find Out Why

Scylla Summit 2018: Scylla got slow! Using Tools, Talent, and Tracting to Bring it up to Speed [banner graphic]

In the run-up to Scylla Summit 2018, we’ll be featuring our speakers and providing sneak peeks at their presentations. The second interview in this series is with ScyllaDB’s own Vlad Zolotarov. Vladislav “Vlad” Zolotarov is one of our experts at getting the most out of Scylla, having written articles in the past about CQL tracing, tracing slow queries, securing your cluster, and using Hinted Handoffs. He will speak at the Scylla Summit in a talk entitled Scylla Got Slow! Using Tools, Talent, and Tracing to Find Out Why. He took the time to give a sneak peek into his upcoming […]

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Sep20

Scylla Monitoring Stack 2.0

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The Scylla team is pleased to announce the release of Scylla Monitoring Stack 2.0 Scylla Monitoring is an open source stack for Monitoring Scylla Enterprise and Scylla Open Source, based on Prometheus and Grafana.  Scylla Monitoring 2.0 stack supports: Scylla Open Source versions 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 Scylla Enterprise versions 2017.x and 2018.x Scylla Manager 1.1 Scylla Monitoring 2.0 brings many improvements, both in dashboard usability and the underlying stack, in particular, moving to a new version of Prometheus. Please read the Monitoring upgrade guide carefully before upgrading. Enterprise users are welcome to contact us for proactive help in the upgrade […]

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Apr19

Mutant Monitoring Systems (MMS) Day 8 – Monitoring

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The Scylla Monitoring stack runs in Docker and consists of Prometheus and Grafana containers. With Scylla Monitoring, Division 3 can monitor Internal DB metrics such as load, throughput, latency, reads, writes, cache hits and misses, and more. Linux metrics are also recorded such as disk activity, utilization, and networking. In this post, you will learn how to integrate the Scylla Monitoring Stack with the Mutant Monitoring System.

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Mar2

Better Grafana Dashboards with Less Typing

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At ScyllaDB, we love Grafana and use it a lot. However, if you are familiar with Grafana, then you are probably familiar with issues creating dashboards. For example, we find adding a new dashboard, row, or panel from the GUI is a breeze. But since we maintain our dashboards as files (sorry DB users, we like Git and commit messages) things can get messy.

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