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From Lutaya Shafiq Holmes <>
Subject Re:
Date Sun, 01 Oct 2017 16:26:51 GMT
AWS is a good choice, you will have to use Amazon Web Services EC2 .


On Sunday, October 1, 2017, Bill Walters <> wrote:

> Hi All,
> I need some help with deploying a monitoring and alerting system for our
> new Cassandra 3.0.4 cluster that we are setting up in AWS East region.
> I have a good experience with Cassandra as we are running some 2.0.16
> clusters in production on our on-prem servers. We use Nagios tool to
> monitor and alert our on-call people if the any of the nodes in our on-prem
> servers go down. (Nagios is the default monitoring and alerting system used
> by our company)
> Since, our leadership started a plan to migrate our infrastructure to
> cloud, we have chosen AWS as our public cloud.
> We are planning to use same old Nagios as our monitoring and alerting
> system even for our cloud servers.
> But not sure if this is the ideal approach, I have seen uses cases where Yelp
> used Sensu
> <>
>  and Netflix wrote their own tool
> <>
> monitoring their cloud Cassandra clusters.
> Please let me know if there are any cloud native monitoring systems that
> work well with Cassandra, we will review it for our setup.
> Thank You,
> Bill Walters.

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