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How to monitor CCU?

Fire
2019-11-26 15:41:15

Hi,

I installed On premise Photon Server. I read the docs but I couldn't find how to monitor the CCU.

I expected something like the Photon Realtime Dashboard for the on premise solution.

How should I monitor CCUs?

Thanks.

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chvetsov
2019-11-27 08:53:14

hi, @Fire

Upon request to [email protected] we may provide you plugin for AWS.CloudWatch or NewRelic. But I would recommend you use 'telegraph' with prometheus and grafana.

Telegraf can read performance counter's values and expose them through prometheus end point. Prometheus can collect data, grafana may visualize.

All three quite easy to setup. All three really performance-friendly.

best,
ilya

Fire
2019-11-27 11:18:28

Cool thanks!

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