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Site24x7 Launches Docker Monitoring

We are excited to announce the launch of Docker Monitoring in public beta.

Docker Monitoring

For more information :

Site24x7 Docker monitoring is available immediately to evaluate for free during the beta testing and comes as a standard feature with the Site24x7 Standard pack and above.

We’ve just launched our first round of launch with this public beta and we want to hear from you. We’d like to know how useful it is, how easy it is to set up or anything that can help us provide you the best experience. Your feedback is a critical ingredient in our process!
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Re: Site24x7 Launches Docker Monitoring Beta

I can't start docker monitoring at all. I followed the steps as follows:

  1. Install Linux server monitoring agent in your machine.
  2. Click Admin > Inventory > Monitors >  Add Monitor.
  3. Select Docker under Virtualization directory in the Add Monitor screen.
  4. The Add Docker Monitor screen will be displayed. Select Yes/No in the toggle button depending on whether your Linux server is behind a proxy.  
  5. Copy, paste and execute the command snippets in your terminal. The Linux server and the docker application will be auto-discovered by the Linux server agent and added to your account.
However it is still not auto-discovered. Is there any configuration I had missed over here? Please advise. Thank you. 
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Re: Site24x7 Launches Docker Monitoring Beta

Discovered this while I was browsing around - very cool. I appreciate it's in beta, so I'm just putting this out there (before your product managers start cursing me :) ); I would love if this was available where Docker is hosted on non-Linux servers. OS X is of interest to me (I only just added some monitors for my OS X system - monitoring some FreeBSD VPS is my primary use case) and I imagine Windows will be to others

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Re: Re: Site24x7 Launches Docker Monitoring Beta

Hi,


Thanks for your request. We will add the Docker Monitoring in our feature Road Map for other OS. Will keep post the update, if the feature is taken up or ready.


Thanks,
Muralikrishnan

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Re: Re: Site24x7 Launches Docker Monitoring Beta

Hi,

We now support Docker monitoring for FreeBSD and OS X as well. The docker containers will be auto discovered once the agent is successfully installed.

Refer our documentation for further assistance.

Comment in the below thread or mail us at support@site24x7.com for any queries on this.

 

Happy Monitoring!

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Re: Site24x7 Launches Docker Monitoring

Hi,

We are glad to release some enhancements in docker monitoring, with respect to containers monitoring.

Highlights:

  • In-depth monitoring for containers
  • Support for container auto-scaling
  • Management actions for containers, including start and stop
  • IT automation support for automatic fault resolution
  • Exclusive reports and dashboards

 For any questions, comment in the below thread or read our documentation.

 

Regards

Mathangi

 

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Re: Re: Site24x7 Launches Docker Monitoring

Please add an option to turn off auto-discover of containers ASAP!!! We are receiving 100's of alerts every-time a team does a deployment! 
We dont want this feature and it should not be forced on us and cost us licences, whats worse is that the containers have no data pulled through anyway.

Manually suspending containers is not ideal, this needs sorting now.

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Re: Re: Re: Site24x7 Launches Docker Monitoring

Hi,

You can disable auto-discovery of containers by following the below steps:

  1. Log in to Site24x7 and go to Server > Docker > Docker Hosts.
  2. Click on the docker monitor added and go to the Containers tab.
  3. Click on Discover Containers.
  4. Uncheck the option Auto-discover and add new container(s).

This will ensure no new containers are added for monitoring. Hope this helps. We are bringing in the option to disable auto-discovery across docker monitors in one go (bulk option). Will update this thread once that is live.

 

Regards

Mathangi

 

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