As you may recall, Neo4j is a key component of the Assimilation
Monitoring Project. I'm giving a talk on the project at LinuxCon North
American in a couple of weeks in San Diego.
To help publicize that event, Erin Watkins of TechTarget interviewed me
on the Assimilation Monitoring project. Her questions do a good job of
getting at what the project is, why I started it and why it's cool. I
don't think Neo4j is explicitly mentioned in this interview. But since
it is neo4j-related, I thought I'd mention it here...
It's still true: Monitoring sucks. Server monitoring is a touchy
subject, and if you've got a large quantity of servers in your
arsenal, it's doubly so.
Through a combination of discovery and monitoring, Alan Robertson's
Assimilation Monitoring Project hopes toease those monitoring woes
Robertson, Linux developer and founder of theHigh-Availability Linux
HA) project, willspeak
LinuxCon North America 2012 in San Diego at the end of August. In
this Q&A, we discuss what this project is and how it can help.
Read more -->bit.ly/SNDJPu <http://bit.ly/SNDJPu>
Alan Robertson <al...@unix.sh> - @OSSAlanR
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