Seems everyone has gone on vacation or possibly melted away thanks to the heatwave in the northern hemisphere. This is possibly the shortest issue we’ve had since I started this thing!
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I’m personally a little confused by this article. Did Stripe just reinvent structured logging and query systems from scratch, or am I missing something here?
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Surprisingly more informative than one might expect about an article on syslog. Worth a read.
The premise is interesting: monitoring response time of an endpoint (like you would with HTTP-based APIs) doesn’t yield the same results when applied to GraphQL APIs.
For all of you using Flux, this is a neat article showing some of the more advanced queries.
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Sensu Summit is one of my favorite events of the year (second only to Monitorama, Jason! <3) and it’s coming up soon. Bonus: my business partner and friend, the (in)famous Corey Quinn, will be speaking. The folks at Sensu have always loved the Monitoring Weekly community, so they’re offering $100 off the ticket price. Just click this link to automatically have your discount applied.
Sorry Sensu folk, but Monitorama will always be my first love. Turns out, my love can be bought too: there’s a discount code for Monitoring Weekly readers available for $50 off your ticket by clicking this link.
See you next week!
– Mike (@mike_julian) Monitoring Weekly Editor