#DOXLON Nov 2016 - ELK Stack & Beats, Splunk @ Strft & cgroupv2 at Facebook

Posted by : David Gildeh | DOXLON, DevOps, Docker, Linux | 0 Comments

At the November DOXLON, Facebook gave us an in-depth look into the way we have managed containers over the past 8 years, and why a complete overhaul is coming, with an entirely new control group system. Epam Systems showed us how to use the ELK stack together with Beats Plugin data shippers for system metrics, along with monitoring multiple Docker containers. Neil Chowdhury at Strft focused on how they are using Splunk and data models for collaboration, and the need for semantic logging.

Read More

Kubernetes vs. Mesos vs. Swarm — An Opinionated Discussion

Posted by : Ivana Ivanovic | Docker Containers, DOXLON, Docker | 0 Comments

The topic of the October 2016 DOXLON Meetup was container orchestration. The goal: shed light on and compare existing technologies: Kubernetes, Mesos and Docker Swarm. The Meetup started with lighting talks about Kubernetes and Mesos in production at two large companies, Pearson and Schibsted. This was followed by a panel discussion, moderated by our CTO Steven Acreman.

Read More

New Features (April 2016)

Posted by : Steven Acreman | Product Updates, Dataloop.IO, Docker | 0 Comments

April was another busy month at Dataloop with updates to our alerts UI, a new dashboard widget and improvements on our Docker monitoring and command line tool.

Read More

Enhanced Docker Monitoring

Posted by : Steven Acreman | Product Updates, feature, Docker | 0 Comments

Since our last blog about Docker we've been working on making setup even simpler. Here's a quick step by step guide in our new UI that we'll be releasing in a couple of weeks (until then everything works the same, but things may look cosmetically different).

Read More

New Feature: Hosted Docker Containers

Posted by : Steven Acreman | Product Updates, Docker Containers, Docker, New Feature | 0 Comments

As of this week all accounts will get provisioned with their own ‘dataloop’ docker container!

Read More

Docker Monitoring

Posted by : Steven Acreman | Monitoring Wisdom, DevOps, Docker, SysAdmin | 0 Comments

Battling mess is an ongoing struggle that has plagued most of my career. Docker presents an opportunity to explosively increase the chance of mess. You can of course reduce mess with a local registry, proper build process and sane use of docker files. Unfortunately, if my experiences pre-docker-era are anything to go by, things will not be done properly.

Read More

Go Beyond Cloud Monitoring

Scale your infrastructure monitoring for Cloud, SaaS, Microservices and IoT-ready deployments with Outlyer. We’ve designed a solution for the agile organization. Start now and see your operational metrics in minutes.

Start Your 14 Day Trial Now