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banshee - Anomalies detection system for periodic metrics.

Banshee is a real-time anomalies(outliers) detection system for periodic metrics.The latest 300 will be catched.

Cabot - Self-hosted, easily-deployable monitoring and alerts service - like a lightweight PagerDuty

It provides a web interface that allows you to monitor services (e.g. "Stage Redis server", "Production ElasticSearch cluster") and send telephone, sms or hipchat/email alerts to your on-duty team if those services start misbehaving or go down - all without writing a line of code. Best of all, you can use data that you're already pushing to Graphite/statsd to generate alerts, rather than implementing and maintaining a whole new system of data collectors.We built Cabot as a Christmas project at Arachnys because we couldn't wrap our heads around Nagios, and nothing else out there seemed to fit our use case. We're open-sourcing it in the hope that others find it useful.

sentinl - Kibi + Kibana Alert & Report App for Elasticsearch

Watching your data, 24/7/365.SENTINL 5 extends Kibi/Kibana 5 with Alerting and Reporting functionality to monitor, notify and report on data series changes using standard queries, programmable validators and a variety of configurable actions - Think of it as a free an independent "Watcher" which also has scheduled "Reporting" capabilities (PNG/PDFs snapshots).

unsee - Alert dashboard for Prometheus Alertmanager

Alert dashboard for Prometheus Alertmanager. Alertmanager UI is useful for browsing alerts and managing silences, but it's lacking as a dashboard tool - unsee aims to fill this gap. Starting with 0.7.0 release it can also aggregate alerts from multiple Alertmanager instances, running either in HA mode or separate. Duplicated alerts are deduplicated so only unique alerts are displayed. Each alert is tagged with names of all Alertmanager instances it was found at and can be filtered based on those tags.

riemann-go-client - Riemann Go client

A Go client library for Riemann.The initial Goryman repository has been deleted. We've used @rikatz's fork to create this repository.

searchlight - 🔦 Alerts for Kubernetes

Please pick a version of Searchlight that matches your Kubernetes installation.To install Searchlight, please follow the guide here.

alertmanager2es - Receives HTTP webhook notifications from AlertManager and inserts them into an Elasticsearch index for searching and analysis

alertmanager2es receives HTTP webhook notifications from AlertManager and inserts them into an Elasticsearch index for searching and analysis. It runs as a daemon. The alerts are stored in Elasticsearch as alert groups.

response - Response is a Graphite proxy with pluggable alerting support.

The second priority of Response is to provide a plugable alerting/response system. Check out the example_plugins directory.

sensu-go - Open source monitoring tool for ephemeral infrastructure & distributed applications.

Sensu is an open source monitoring tool for ephemeral infrastructure and distributed applications. It is an agent based monitoring system with built-in auto-discovery, making it very well-suited for cloud environments. Sensu uses service checks to monitor service health and collect telemetry data. It also has a number of well defined APIs for configuration, external data input, and to provide access to Sensu's data. Sensu is extremely extensible and is commonly referred to as "the monitoring router". To learn more about Sensu, please visit the website.

statsd-alerting-backend - A backend plugin for Statsd to perform some basic alerting on events.

A backend plugin for Statsd to perform some basic alerting on events. There are two different types of alerts that are supported. Those are "event" alerts and "metric" alerts (see example configuration file for both). "Event" alerts are things that you want to be alerted on immediately. An example of an event you would likely want to be alerted on immediately is an uncaught exception.

queryda - Lightweight, Extensible Query Watcher for Elasticsearch / Elassandra / Cassandra

Queryda loves your data as much as you do! Designed for lightweight, intelligent alarming, it will execute and "watch" Elasticsearch and Cassandra queries via workers, comparing their results to one or more given expectations via a pipeline of validators. When query results does not match the expectations, a reporter is notified and can perform any kind of action (e.g. heat up the coffeemaker via IFTTT before sending an email to your dev team). Let's run queryda with the following commandline (or using the example.json from the jobs dir).

pat - Prometheus Alert Testing utility

You must have golang 1.9+ and dep installed. Test files are written in yaml format. For a complete schema definition (in jsonschema format), see here.