Guest Blog By Jérôme Petazzoni | Docker Tinkerer Extraordinaire github.com/jpetazzo twitter.com/jpetazzo Have you heard about dotCloud? If you haven’t, I’m going to give you a hint: it is a PAAS company. Another hint: eventually, dotCloud open-sourced their container engine. That container engine became Docker. This is a quasi-archeological account of some of the early design […]
CloudWatch is an Amazon Web Services (AWS) service that automatically collects a wide range of performance and health data about your AWS resources. This data is available through an API, and also can be viewed as graphs on the AWS console. However the graphs are located on the separate console pages for each type of resource (e.g. EC2, RDS, load balancer, etc). The dispersed locations make it impossible to have a single dashboard view of multiple AWS resources.