OVH Observability

Creating, editing and deleting loops

Loops: Powering Continuous Queries with Observability FaaS

We’re all familiar with that small snippet of code that adds reasonable value to your business unit. It can materialise as a script, a program, a line of code… and it will produce a report, new metrics,  KPIs, or create new composite data. This code is intended to run periodically, to meet requirements for up-to-date …

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How to monitor your Kubernetes Cluster with OVH Observability

Our colleagues in the K8S team launched the OVH Managed Kubernetes solution last week, in which they manage the Kubernetes master components and spawn your nodes on top of our Public Cloud solution. I will not describe the details of how it works here, but there are already many blog posts about it (here and here, to get you …

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Monitoring guidelines for OVH Observability

At the OVH Observability (formerly Metrics) team, we collect, process and analyse most of OVH’s monitoring data. It represents about 500M unique metrics, pushing data points at a steady rate of 5M per second. This data can be classified in two ways: host or application monitoring. Host monitoring is mostly based on hardware counters (CPU, …

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