Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura
Jess Portnoy
Kaltura, Inc
jess.portnoy@kaltura.com
October 16, 2014
Jess Portnoy Kaltura...
Abstract
At Kaltura, we've written a test suite using our platform's PHP5 API. This session will
cover an introduction t...
Why we chose Nagios as our monitoring system recommendation
After some consideration and evaluation of various systems, o...
Our ENV (All open source)
Before we move to the live demo, here is a brief view on the Kaltura architecture.
Naturally, ...
And now... a diagram
Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc
Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform | Nagioscon...
Demo time
In this demo, we will see several monitors written using our PHP API and wrapped as
Nagios plugins.
Jess Port...
Thank you
A big thank you goes to our Core developers and especially to Jonathan (TanTan)
Kanarek for his work on the Na...
References
Nagios Exchange - http://exchange.nagios.org
Nagios Kaltura plugins - http://exchange.nagios.org/directory/Ut...
The End questions
Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc
Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform | Nagioscon 2...
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Nagios Conference 2014 - Jess Portnoy - Nagios Monitoring Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform

Jess Portnoy's presentation on Nagios Monitoring Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform. The presentation was given during the Nagios World Conference North America held Oct 13th - Oct 16th, 2014 in Saint Paul, MN. For more information on the conference (including photos and videos), visit: http://go.nagios.com/conference
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  • 1. Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc jess.portnoy@kaltura.com October 16, 2014 Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform | Nagioscon 2014
  • 2. Abstract At Kaltura, we've written a test suite using our platform's PHP5 API. This session will cover an introduction to the Kaltura platform and a live Kaltura environment where these monitors are deployed as well as some code reviewing. Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform | Nagioscon 2014
  • 3. Why we chose Nagios as our monitoring system recommendation After some consideration and evaluation of various systems, our choice was Nagios due to these factors: It is open sourced [GPL] It is very commonly used and that, combined with open source aspect provides the security of receiving great support and a vast amount of plugins developed by the community In continence to the last bullet - http://exchange.nagios.org It is a very easy to deploy platform and just as important: an easy one to develop and build new functionality upon Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform | Nagioscon 2014
  • 4. Our ENV (All open source) Before we move to the live demo, here is a brief view on the Kaltura architecture. Naturally, all these components need to be monitored and of course, just as important, so should our own Core functionality Linux CentOS 6.3, 64bit Apache 2.2.15 MySQL 5.1.73 PHP 5.3.3 The Kaltura Video platform which also requires these components: - Memcached 1.4.4 - Bunch of PHP extensions - FFMPEG 2.1.3 - Sphinx 2.2.1 Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform | Nagioscon 2014
  • 5. And now... a diagram Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform | Nagioscon 2014
  • 6. Demo time In this demo, we will see several monitors written using our PHP API and wrapped as Nagios plugins. Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform | Nagioscon 2014
  • 7. Thank you A big thank you goes to our Core developers and especially to Jonathan (TanTan) Kanarek for his work on the Nagios wrapping infrastructure. Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform | Nagioscon 2014
  • 8. References Nagios Exchange - http://exchange.nagios.org Nagios Kaltura plugins - http://exchange.nagios.org/directory/Utilities/Kaltura-monitors/details The home of the ocial Nagios Plugins - https://nagios-plugins.org The Memcached plugin - http://exchange.nagios.org/directory/Addons/Active-Checks/check memcached wh/details The check NFS mounts plugin - http://exchange.nagios.org/directory/Plugins/Network-and- Systems-Management/check mounts-2Esh/details Kaltura Core Github repo - https://github.com/kaltura/server Kaltura API explained - http://blog.kaltura.org/api-inside-out-kaltura-architecture Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform | Nagioscon 2014
  • 9. The End questions Jess Portnoy Kaltura, Inc Nagios Monitoring of Kaltura - The Open Source Video Platform | Nagioscon 2014

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