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28 October 2021
Canonical Observability Stack: Reimagining observability with MicroK8s and Grafana, Prometheus and Grafana LokiCharms Article
Note: This post is co-authored by Jon Seager. Jon Seager is the Vice President of Enterprise Engineering at Canonical with responsibility for Juju, the Charmed Operator Framework, and several charmed operator development teams which operate across different software flavors, including observability, data platform, MLOps, identity, and mor ...
1 August 2021
Learn how you can drastically simplify the monitoring setup for systems, reduce its ongoing maintenance costs and increase the actionability of your insights with Juju. ...
1 April 2020
1st April 2020: Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, today announces Managed Apps – enabling enterprises to have their apps deployed and operated by Canonical as a fully managed service. At launch, Canonical will cover ten widely used cloud-native database and LMA (logging, monitoring and alerting) apps on multi-cloud Kubernetes but also o ...
Kevin W Monroe
16 January 2018
This article originally appeared on Kevin Monroe’s blog Keeping an eye on logs and metrics is a necessary evil for cluster admins. The benefits are clear: metrics help you set reasonable performance goals, while log analysis can uncover issues that impact your workloads. The hard part, however, is getting a slew of applications to work ...
31 October 2017
Help your users get started with your solution by providing them the first steps in using your newly deployed bundle or charm. The latest release of the Juju GUI now displays a rendered markdown file to the user after deploying a bundle or charm with a getstarted.md file. Adding this functionality to your bundle deployments ...