Just wanted to share my talk from OpenDaylight Summit 2015.
I'd like to thank the OpenDaylight community again for allowing me speaking time during the developer forum.
Monday, August 10, 2015
Sunday, August 9, 2015
|The Monitoring and Alerting Solution for Apache Karaf|
Decanter is a complete monitoring and alerting solution for Apache Karaf. It provides a web based collection of dash boards, which contain nicely graphed metrics from your applications' runtime, and lets you explore logged events.
Architecturally, Decanter is composed of:
- collectors retrieving monitored data (JMX metrics, log messages, etc)
- dispatchers powered by EventAdmin, and
- appenders storing monitored data.
User and Developer guides are available from Karaf's website.
|OpenDaylight Lithium, Decanted|
|George Zhao, OpenDaylight Release Manager|
receiving a signed copy of Learning Apache Karaf
The various keynotes, sessions, and tutorials are available for reviewing from the OpenDaylight projects' youtube channel. I'd like the share the below two keynotes, as it helps show how deeply OpenDaylight is reaching into today's networks and how integral OpenDaylight (and it's Apache Karaf core) is becoming in tomorrow's infrastructure:
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