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GitHub is a service for hosting code and doing version control for code. The foundations of GitHub is "Git" - which is an open source version control system.
Git allows multiple coders to contribute to one project, while remembering which is the most up-to-date version. Git also remembers who contributed and what they contributed to the project. All modifications and revisions are stored in a central repository, and contributions are made through a pull request.
Pull requests can be made by anybody, but they must be approved by the repository admin. In some projects, pull requests can be contributed without approval. However, most projects have some quality assurance processes.
When doing application performance monitoring for a project built in GitHub, you’ll want to export data about your GitHub setup into your regular monitoring dashboards. You want to monitor when changes happen, and the effect they have on your system.
For example, if you make a change to your code, and suddenly the latency of requests to your server increases - you’ll want to know exactly which pull request caused that change. If you didn’t know that there were any changes in your code, then you wouldn’t be able to correlate the change in your code with the changes in how your system is behaving. This will slow down your debugging process.
With MetricFire, you can get all of your monitoring dashboards automatically annotated with the changes you’ve made to your code in GitHub. If there are any changes in behavior, a small note will be present in the graph to tell you what’s happening in your environment.
This enables you to automatically monitor the correlation between GitHub changes and how your system is functioning.
Amazon CloudFront is a fast content delivery network (CDN) service used to speed up web content distribution and is delivered through a global network of data centers called edge locations. These locations are proxy servers that cache content so that when a user requests to view some content, the request is routed to the quickest edge location to help you deliver your content with the best possible performance.
By routing each user request through the AWS backbone network, CloudFront speeds up distributing your content by sourcing it from the edge location best suited to serve your content. With edge servers located across six continents, there is always an edge location ready to deliver your customers fast content.
By taking advantage of the AWS network, Amazon CloudFront dramatically reduces the number of networks that your user requests pass through, improving performance and achieving higher data transfer rates. Amazon CloudFront can help you speed up static website content delivery, encrypt specific fields at add field-level security, provide live streaming video or serve video on demand.
For example, if you produce your content in Europe but want to deliver fast content to South American users, you can use Amazon CloudFront to cache your content on the nearest edge location for South American clients. When a user from, say Brazil, accesses your content, they are directed to the South American edge server.
Amazon CloudFront is fully integrated with Amazon CloudWatch, and automatically publishes six operational metrics per distribution, which is where MetricFire comes into play.
With Metricfire, you can turbocharge your Amazon CloudWatch monitoring services. By integrating Amazon CloudWatch with the Metricfire platform, you can display your metrics on aesthetically pleasing dashboards. MetricFire's advanced filtering lets you choose only the data views you want to see and discard the rest. You can also set up simple rules to discard data you no longer keep, plus receive alerts via email or Slack when a distribution issue is detected.
MetricFire is a full-scale platform that provides infrastructure, system, and application monitoring using a suite of open-source monitoring tools. We enable you to use Hosted Graphite and aesthetic custom dashboards to visualize your metrics so you can understand what is happening.
MetricFire offers users a complete ecosystem of end-to-end infrastructure monitoring, comprised of popular open-source monitoring software services: Graphite and popular dashboards. Plugins for many other open-source projects are preconfigured, such as StatsD, collectd, and Kubernetes. You get all these within a hosted environment as a single product. Not only does MetricFire fit well into the infrastructure monitoring use-case, such as network monitoring and server monitoring, but we also do application monitoring and business intelligence.
Through this hosted environment, MetricFire boosts the unique features of open-source projects to give you more functionality than the original products. Below are some of the MetricFire features at a glance:
The key thing to remember is that Hosted Graphite by MetricFire is more than just Graphite. Our Hosted Graphite product actually adds data dimensionality and better data storage.
The benefits of MetricFire are:
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