Learn from Doron Bargo about Running Telegraf as Serverless on AWS Lambda for Monitoring Your Cloud.
AWS o11y interns¶
My colleague Alolita Sharma and our awesome software development intern engineers sharing the results of their hard work: check out Adding security workflows to OpenTelemetry by Karen Xu and Kelvin Lo as well as Building the Geo map plugin for Grafana 8.1 by Bryan Uribe and Eunice Kim. KUTGW!
Via the CNCF blog, a piece by Ruturaj Kadikar on Avoiding Kubernetes cluster outages with synthetic monitoring.
Sysdig on monitoring¶
Via TNS: Monitor Your Containers with Sysdig by Jack Wallen.
OpenTelemetry with ECS¶
My colleague Mike George providing a high-level overview on Deployment patterns for the AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry Collector with Amazon Elastic Container Service.
Loki and Tempo with ECS¶
Zach Swanson providing a short hands-on guide to deploying Grafana Loki and Grafana Tempo without Kubernetes on AWS Fargate (which is one way to say: using ECS on Fargate ;)
The TNS reports: eBPF Finds a Home with a New Foundation. Congrats to Thomas Graf of Isovalent for pulling this together. Note also that, according to Thoams, Cilium will stay in CNCF, due to its cloud native nature and focus.
Grafana in IoT¶
My colleague Jérôme Gras on how to Build your pool water temperature monitoring solution with AWS, featuring AWS IoT Core, Amazon Timestream and Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG).
BigQuery ML for monitoring¶
Interesting article by Antti Havanko on Time series forecasting for Prometheus & Grafana with BigQuery ML.
A useful hands-on piece on AWS Cloudwatch Centerlized Monitoring by Ripon Banik. Thanks for putting this together!
That was it for this edition of the o11y newsletter. Feel free to share news items with me via Twitter—DMs are open if you like to share something in private. Stay safe and hope to see you around next week!