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From Jonathan Haddad <...@jonhaddad.com>
Subject Re: Cassandra monitoring
Date Tue, 14 Jun 2016 19:20:35 GMT
Depends what you want to monitor.  I wouldn't use a lesser version of
Cassandra for OpsCenter, it doesn't give you a ton you can't get elsewhere
and it's not ever going to support OSS > 2.1, so you kind of limit yourself
to a pretty old version of Cassandra for a non-good reason.

What else do you use for monitoring in your infra?  I've used a mix of OSS
tools (nagios, statsd, graphite, ELK), and hosted solutions. The nice part
about them is that you can monitor your whole stack in a single UI not just
your database.

On Tue, Jun 14, 2016 at 12:10 PM Arun Ramakrishnan <
sinchronized.arun@gmail.com> wrote:

> What are the options for a very small and nimble startup to do keep a
> cassandra cluster running well oiled. We are on AWS. We are interested in a
> monitoring tool and potentially also cluster management tools.
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> We are currently on apache cassandra 3.7. We were hoping the datastax
> opscenter would be it (It is free for startups our size). But, looks like
> it does not support cassandra versions greater than v2.1. It is pretty
> surprising considering cassandra v2.1  came out in 2014.
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> We would consider downgrading to datastax cassandra 2.1 just to have
> robust monitoring tools. But, I am not sure if having opscenter offsets all
> the improvements that have been added to cassandra since 2.1.
>
> Sematext has a integrations for monitoring cassandra. Does anyone have
> good experience with it ?
>
> How much work would be involved to setup Ganglia or some such option for
> cassandra ?
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> Thanks,
> Arun
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