OpsClarity is transforming modern software operations with data-science-driven monitoring solutions that help today’s DevOps teams continuously visualize, understand and troubleshoot performance of their rapidly changing web-scale application environments.

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Feb. 5, 2016

OpsClarity Provides Monitoring for Open-Source Data-First Apps

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Feb. 4, 2016

OpsClarity brings its automated monitoring tech to the Hadoop ecosystem

OpsClarity says that its platform now also works with databases such as MongoDB and Cassandra that are commonly used in conjunction with Hadoop. The recently-funded OpsClarity Inc. hopes to simplify the monitoring of the analytics framework with a new iteration of its performance tracking software that adds support for all the key elements under the hood. They’re joined on the list by the likewise free Elasticsearch query engine and a number of other complementary tools from the open-source ecosystem. One of the biggest selling points touted by the startup is an automated discovery function capable of quickly mapping out the entire operational puzzle without manual input. As if keeping tabs on how the different workloads in a data center interact wasn’t already difficult enough, Hadoop has another layer of dependencies among its internal components.

Jan. 21, 2016

The State of the Container, Volume VII

The State of the Container curates the top news in the Container ecosystem on approximately a monthly basis. Jaxenter · “While Docker images are famously simple and practical, Docker security remains a tricky maze. Lastly, be sure to check out Clair for container vulnerability scanning, OpsClarity for visualizing app infrastructure monitoring, and Oracle’s strategy with StackEngine. As a result, we’re seeing a proliferation in the development of new and advanced tools and tutorials, with even the container job market heating up. Further bolstering the ecosystem, Microsoft emerged as a serious partner and is heavily committed to furthering container support in their 2016 product line.