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CloudNative Con, KubeCon, Prometheus, and OpenTracing

CloudNativeCon gathers all CNCF projects under one roof. Join KubeCon, OpenTracing, Prometheus, and more, as leading technologists from multiple open source cloud native communities gather to further the education and advancement of cloud native computing. Learn more
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Read about current trends and open source projects in cloud computing in the third annual “Guide to the Open Cloud” report from The Linux Foundation.

The Linux Foundation Issues 2016 Guide to Open Source Cloud Projects

The Linux Foundation today released its third annual “Guide to the Open Cloud” report on current trends and open source projects in cloud computing. guide-open-cloud-2016-report.jpg Guide to the Open Cloud Report The Linux Foundation The report aggregates and analyzes industry...
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CloudNativeCon
CNCF is hosting CloudNativeCon, along with KubeCon and PrometheusDay, to bring together leading contributors in cloud native applications and computing, containers, microservices, central orchestration processing, and more November 8-9 in Seattle.

CloudNativeCon Unites Leaders in Open Source, Container and Cloud Native Tech

Today’s cloud native ecosystem is growing at an incredibly rapid pace – as new technologies are continuously introduced and current applications are ever-evolving. Taking the lead in bringing together the industry’s top developers, end users, and vendors, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF...
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In advance of Prometheus Day, to be held Nov. 8-9 in Seattle, we talked to Ignacio Carretero, a ShuttleCloud software engineer, about why they chose Prometheus as their monitoring tool.

Solving Enterprise Monitoring Issues with Prometheus

Chicago-based ShuttleCloud helps developers import user contacts and email data into their applications through standard API requests. As the venture-backed startup began to acquire more customers, they needed a way to scale system monitoring to meet the terms of their service-level agreements (...
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A Monitoring Solution for Docker Hosts, Containers and Containerized Services

I’ve been looking for an open source self-hosted monitoring solution that can provide metrics storage, visualization and alerting for physical servers, virtual machines, containers and services that are running inside containers. After trying out Elastic Beats, Graphite and Prometheus I’ve settled-...
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Routing Data from Docker to Prometheus via Fluentd

Prometheus is an open-source monitoring system and time-series database. Written in Go language, Prometheus is a natural member of the ecosystem around Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Prometheus is not just for monitoring Kubernetes applications; it also works for those in Mesos, Docker,...
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Prometheus Reaches 1.0

In January, we published a blog post on Prometheus’s first year of public existence, summarizing what has been an amazing journey for us, and hopefully an innovative and useful monitoring solution for you. Since then, Prometheus has also joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, where we are in...
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Prometheus Unbound: Open Source Cloud Monitoring

Prometheus 1.0 is part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation's effort to assemble a product portfolio for a container-based, open source cloud. Prometheus, an open source system for monitoring and alerting a wide spectrum of enterprise IT events, including containers, released its 1.0 revision...
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Contributing to Prometheus: An Open Source Tutorial

Recently adopted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Prometheus is an open-source systems monitoring and alerting toolkit, focused on supporting the operation of microservices and containers. Like any open source project, it can be augmented with additional capabilities. Contributing to...
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PromCon 2016

PromCon 2016 will be the first conference around the Prometheus monitoring system. It will take place from August 25 - 26 at Google Berlin and will be a single-track event with space for 80 attendants. All talks will be recorded and published after the event to create maximum exposure. PromCon aims...
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