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Jun 23, 2019 | By Siglos
Our Siglos development team was in the market for a new metrics and function specification for our core monitoring, alerting, graphing, machine learning, rule engine & AI system. Here is the why and how of what we came up with. We looked at a LOT of different systems and have tried to merge all the best practices and our own biases into a unified system we hope you’ll find interesting. Or at least you’ll point out all the things we did wrong.
May 12, 2019 | By Siglos
Log Metrics are now a part of our core Siglos Unified Operations Platform. Logs are everywhere, from the OS to web servers, databases, containers, clouds, and everything else. Siglos already has advanced log gathering, aggregation, searching, and analytics as part of its Log Centers for debugging and troubleshooting. Log Metrics is a new feature that continually processes logs into metrics such as queries or requests per second, error rates, latency, and so on.
Apr 9, 2019 | By Siglos
Siglos now support all cloud features for the popular Tencent cloud, both in China and globally. As Tencent is one of China's leading clouds, especially popular with global gaming companies, this broadens coverage to this important customer group, including global customers heading into China. Feature support includes the Siglos Cloud Center, Cloud Service Monitoring, Cloud Governance, and Billing Analytics.
Mar 1, 2019 | By Siglos
Siglos is very happy that our core Siglos Unified Operations Platform has been globally certified by AWS for Cloud Governance, bringing customers advanced policy-driven security, reliability, and standardization capabilities. This process was part of our work in China, where the Siglos platform is branded as OpsStack, and where it also supports Aliyun, Tencent, and Huawei clouds. These capabilities will soon be expanded globally for Azure, Google Cloud, VMWare, and OpenStack.
Aug 13, 2017 | By Siglos
We all love troubleshooting. Well, maybe not so much. In fact, it’s a pain in the butt and rarely fun for anyone, least-of-all the business folks whose system is down, losing revenue and reputation. And yet, astonishing little has been done to improve this situation in the last decade. In fact, one can argue that dynamic distributed systems, Docker, Lambda, etc. are making it harder to keep things running and fix them when they break.