We recently rolled out some improvements to our alerting feature set. Previously, Librato would create an annotation event every time an alert triggered a service notification (e.g. email, Slack, Campfire). Now, we create one annotation per alert incident (when an alert moves into the triggered state).Read More
The December SF Metrics Meetup featured talks by Torkel Ödegaard of Grafana and Alex Scammon of Rackspace.Read More
Eagle-eyed users might have already noticed that we quietly rolled out a handful of new CloudWatch service types last month. In our push leading up to AWS re:Invent we added support for CloudFront, Kinesis, Simple Email Service (SES), and Simple Workflow Service (SWF). You'll find these new services listed in your CloudWatch integrations tab under your account settings.Read More
Earlier this year we announced the Composite Metrics feature, introducing a new way for users to build dynamic metrics using a composition of aggregate functions, statistical primitives and mapping constructs. These have been hugely popular, adding an exciting dimension to Librato instruments and dashboards.
We’re pleased to announce our latest batch of functions to the Composite Metrics language: timeshift(), window(), integrate(), and multiply().Read More
The October 2014 Meetup was hosted by our friends at Heavybit Industries. Featured speakers were Jory Ruscio from Bleacher Report and Dave Josephsen from Librato. For those of you who couldn't make it, here are the recordings...Read More