A detailed walk-through of installing Bosun and OpenTSDB using Apache Ambari to setup HBase/Hadoop. See also these snippets for using Cloudera CDH 5.4.4 on RHEL 6.
Reference setup of Bosun in a production environment.
An introduction to the data model of Bosun’s primary time series backend OpenTSDB. The first video covers time series, metrics and tags, aggregation, rate calculation, and downsampling. The second video covers data types, functions, operators, and set joins.
This presentation has screencasts of building an alert starting about 15 minutes in. The first 15 minutes explain some of the design principles behind Bosun. After the first screen cast of building an alert there are also some example alerts.
Presentation give to the Utah Gophers meetup about creating a monitoring and alerting system in Go.
This was the first presentation on Bosun which was given right after the initial release. A great introduction to the underlying thoughts on problems with alerting and how Bosun solves them.
A .NET client to send metrics to Bosun/OpenTSDB. It is designed to encourage best-practices while making it easy to create counters and gauges, including multi-aggregate gauges.
A Go package used by Bosun, scollector, and various other applications to send metrics to Bosun/OpenTSDB. Includes limited support for multi-aggregate gauges.
A Go package and command line tool used by scollector to send HTTP, HTTPS, and TCP test results to Bosun.
A external collector that relays JMX metrics to Bosun/OpenTSDB via scollector. Also a good starting point for a custom Java collector.
Sends metrics from Vert.x applications to Bosun.
Send ekg metrics from Haskell applications to Bosun.
bosun_emitter is a Rust library and CLI standalone binary called
emit_bosunthat may be used on the command line or from any shell script to send a single metric datum to Bosun.
OpsGenie Marid integration for Bosun.
See also the list of built-in collectors included with scollector