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Wednesday, November 5 • 09:00 - 09:40
Monasca Deep Dive: Monitoring at Scale

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Monasca is a new cloud-scale, multi-tenant, high performance, fault-tolerant OpenStack Monitoring as a Service (MONaaS) platform described at, https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Monasca, that is currently focused on real-time streaming metrics storage/retrieval, alarming and notifications. Development of anomaly detection is in-progress. StackTach.v3, https://github.com/StackTach, is a stream-based processing system for events that is being integrated with Monasca to provide a unified metrics and events processing system.

Join Roland Hochmuth, HP Software Architect, Tong Li, IBM Senior Software Engineer, and Sandy Walsh, Rackspace Senior Software Developer, for an architectural deep-dive of the Monasca components, RESTful API (monasca-api), Agent (monasca-agent), Client (python-monascaclient), Horizon dashboard and the future plans for integrating with the StackTach streaming events-processing pipeline. We will review the technologies used, such as Apache Kafka, InfluxDB and Apache Storm, as well as third-party integrations, such as the excellent metrics dashboard Grafana, http://grafana.org/. Our work in performance analysis will be shown.

Early results of anomaly detection based on the NuPIC Cortical Learning Algorithm (CLA),http://numenta.org/nupic.html, will be presented.

Although Monasca is a relatively new project it is ready for deployment today and comes with a turn-key development environment based on Vagrant and Docker. We will demonstrate several key areas of the solution.


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Rob Basham

Architect, Cloud Systems Software, IBM
Rob works at IBM designing systems management software with a focus on monitoring and automation. He is relatively new to OpenStack but has been working on various aspects of systems management for quite some time. Rob is an innovator and author of dozens of patents across a broad range of disciplines. Rob lives with his wife and children in Beaverton, Oregon where he enjoys beekeeping and gardening on his hobby farm.
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Roland Hochmuth

Tech Lead and Software Architect on Monasca, HP
I am the Tech Lead and Software Architect on Monasca, the open-source Monitoring-as-a-Service (at-scale) OpenStack project (https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Monasca). We focus on developing a highly performant, scalable and reliable turn-key monitoring solution that leverages the industries leading trends and innovations around streaming data, analytics and big data. I am also responsible for the metrics processing pipeline for HP's public... Read More →

Tong Li

Senior Software Engineer
Tong Li is an experienced software developer in IBM. His interests include application design, planning, implementation, deployment and production management. He currently focuses on Cloud computing, Cloud storage, Security and BigData technologies. In his spare time, he likes to watch college football games and work on home improvement projects.
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Sandy Walsh

Software Developer - Rackspace
Based in Halifax, Alex 'Sandy' Walsh is the owner of Dark Secret Software. He has been a senior professional developer for nearly 20 years and a Pythonista for 10 years. He is a developer on the OpenStack project with Rackspace and created the StackTach monitoring application. You can learn more about him at sandywalsh.com or follow @TheSandyWalsh

Wednesday November 5, 2014 09:00 - 09:40
Room 241

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