The evolution of monitoring at Nutanix: Combining the best of a legacy system with Kubernetes, Prometheus, and Grafana

Wednesday, Nov 10, PT, UTC

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As Nutanix has begun moving from running services in virtualized environments to running containerized applications in microservices environments, its monitoring systems have evolved too. Its new Kubernetes-based Microservices Platform has a monitoring stack leveraging Prometheus Operator, Prometheus, Alertmanager, and Grafana. Currently, Nutanix has applications running in both the VM-based and microservices environments, and Rohith Subramanyam, Senior Member of Technical Staff, will talk about how Nutanix has bridged the two.

Over the years, Nutanix has built an in-house monitoring system called Prism Alertmanager, which displays alerts to customers on Prism, the management console. It has a number of advanced features that the Prometheus Alertmanager used in the Microservices Platform does not. In order to provide a single pane of glass where customers can view and manage both the alerts being generated by traditional services as well as Microservices Platform, the team built a system using the operator pattern that can forward Prometheus alerts to the Prism alerting system. Subramanyam will walk through this non-trivial work that the team took on to come up with a solution.

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