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2015-09-08
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lowl4tency14:09:18

michaeldrogalis: hi Michael, could you please share your riemann config for onyx?

lowl4tency14:09:39

Or a link with configuration simple_smile

michaeldrogalis14:09:57

@lowl4tency: I've been pumping everything from Riemann straight into InfluxDB to be graphed with Grafana. Let me dig it up if it helps.

michaeldrogalis14:09:05

@lowl4tency: Some of the options are somewhat specific to the project I'm using it on, but it's pretty much a straight shot to Influx. https://gist.github.com/MichaelDrogalis/4d4c81f7ef81e2069e8d

lowl4tency14:09:37

michaeldrogalis: I wanna to use datadog as metric collector

michaeldrogalis14:09:55

Oh, right you're on Rob's team.

michaeldrogalis14:09:12

Are you guys trying to avoid Riemann altogether?

lowl4tency14:09:12

michaeldrogalis: yeah simple_smile

lowl4tency14:09:34

michaeldrogalis: do you mean use datadog directly?

lowl4tency14:09:46

W/o riemann?

lowl4tency14:09:16

in other words, what I should configure for getting stream from onyx to riemann

michaeldrogalis14:09:43

Get a Riemann instance up, add onyx-metrics, add the lifecycles to pump all metrics to Riemann.

lucasbradstreet14:09:59

I mentioned to Rob earlier that it'd be v easy to write a datadog lifecycle. The Riemann one is very small

lowl4tency14:09:22

Riemann has datadog integration as far as I see in the docs

lowl4tency14:09:38

michaeldrogalis: this metrics should be inside an app?

lowl4tency15:09:17

michaeldrogalis: perhaps, do you have datadog integration metrics instead riemann? simple_smile

michaeldrogalis15:09:44

I don't, no. Never used it before. If you come up with an implementation, please send a PR and we'll add it. simple_smile

lowl4tency15:09:50

Thank you, Michael. You rock!

lucasbradstreet15:09:18

Oh. You posted that already. Nevermind then

lowl4tency15:09:32

lucasbradstreet: anyway thank you

michaeldrogalis19:09:52

Hey folks. We're considering dropping the Netty messaging implementation and only shipping Aeron. It'll be less code for us to optimize and patch bugs in, and Aeron's API is significantly easier for us to use & make correct. Is this a huge problem for anyone?