Automatic System Monitoring with Heroku

Hosted Graphite has been available as a Heroku add-on for some time, but we’ve just added a new way to get system information out of your Dynos instantly – automated system dashboards.  Using Heroku’s log-runtime-metrics we retrieve and process Heroku’s syslog information for your Dynos including: Load average – 1 / 5 / 15 minute…

Grafana now available on Hosted Graphite!

Grafana now available on Hosted Graphite! While Graphite is a wonderful data store for your time-series data, the default dashboard option is a little… nineties. In the last few months, an early version of a fantastic Graphite-compatible dashboard based on Kibana called Grafana has been released. We’ve been watching it closely – new dashboards for Graphite…

Hosted Graphite Android App!

We’re happy to announce our new Hosted Graphite android app. The Graphite web interface is powerful and super-customizable, but not always the best thing to use on a mobile device. Our new Android app gives you a secure way to easily view your dashboards and graphs in a way that suits phones and tablets.  Big…

We’re at Monitorama! Come say Hi!

The Hosted Graphite team are taking a trip to Boston for Monitorama on March 28th and 29th at the Microsoft NERD centre. Come say hello and talk DevOps with us! (After that we’re in New York for a few days – We like beer and good food, if you do too get in touch.)

Hosted Graphite now available on AppHarbor

We’re continuing our mission to make it really easy to get stats into Graphite from as many app providers as possible. AppHarbor is the premiere application platform for .NET, letting you grow and scale .NET applications in the cloud – and now we’re adding on the ability to instrument your Appharbor apps with Graphite. See…

Hosted StatsD Beta

Etsy’s StatsD aggregator for Graphite is one the most popular additions to any Graphite install, and it’s no surprise that it’s one of our most requested features. While we already have a backend plugin for StatsD, a lot of people don’t want to run the service themselves.  – so it makes sense for us to…