In this talk I intend to describe a monitoring setup using Ganglia and Nagios for a highly available CDN service. There are a number of unique problems with CDNs that make it more difficult to monitor such as
In order to be more proactive we have built out a significant monitoring infrastructure. In the talk I will talk about following
Thanks to in part to our great monitoring uptime has been near perfect 100% since we have been able to spot problems early and address them before they became serious issues
Our Pingdom stats
I am intending on borrowing liberally from my blog post about a monitoring setup available here
Vladimir Vuksan (Fastly Operations) has worked in technical operations, systems engineering and software development for over 15 years. Prior to Fastly, he has worked at Broadcom, Mocospace, Rave Mobile Safety, Demandware, University of New Mexico implementing high availability solutions and building tools to make managing and running infrastructure easier. He is also one of the developers on Ganglia, an incredible useful performance tracking and trending solution.
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