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IRC log for #crimsonfu, 2014-10-17

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16:48 * semiosis starts overhauling infrastructure
16:49 semiosis lots of cool new stuff in the last three years since our last refresh
17:11 hydrajump semiosis: hey what are you using?
17:12 semiosis doing a proof of concept with vagrant, packer, and masterless puppet for deployment in ec2 vpc
17:12 semiosis current infra is ec2 classic, a puppetmaster, and a ton of masterfully complex puppet code
17:13 semiosis hoping to reduce that complexity
17:25 semiosis a big part of this is replacing nagios
17:25 semiosis anyone have experience with datadog?  so far that looks like a good alternative
17:34 semiosis or perhaps librato
17:35 whorka not yet but please report back what you find. I'm currently comparing them to SumoLogic.
17:35 semiosis whorka: thanks! i'll probably try all three of them
17:35 semiosis never heard of sumologic before
17:37 semiosis newrelic looks too expensive at $150/server-month
17:37 semiosis hoping to spend that or less total for all the servers
17:38 whorka Sumo gave me a real nice rundown of their security infrastructure.
17:38 whorka runs on EC2/S3 and everything is AES256 encrypted end-to-end and at rest.
17:38 semiosis neat
17:39 semiosis that would be important for sending logs, but right now i'm just interested in system metrics & alerts
17:39 whorka ah, we are looking at logs
17:39 semiosis looking at setting up an elasticsearch cluster for log & business event analytics
17:39 semiosis but that's after the infra refres
17:39 semiosis h
17:40 semiosis bbaib
17:50 hydrajump semiosis: I've heard great things about datadog
18:52 semiosis that gives me hope :)

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