19 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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Dashboard

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By Nathan Smith of Chef Blog 17 days ago.
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Included in Manage is the new Reporting Dashboard, which allows you to quickly see critical information, events, and trends happening in your infrastructure. This new overview of your organization's Chef usage can be accessed by clicking on the Reports tab.

Also included is a preview of the Run History feature, which allows you to query a backlog of Chef-Client runs. Run History makes it easy to get feedback when something goes wrong or get additional information about a …

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By Guest Post of New Relic 1 month ago.
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Viewing the CloudCheckr Dashboard in New Relic

You won't need to do anything in New Relic to start seeing the CloudCheckr dashboard (you'll only need to get the New Relic License Key and use that in the steps above). Within a few minutes of configuring the plugin, you should start to see CloudCheckr show up in the left menu in New Relic.

When you access the CloudCheckr plugin within New Relic, you will see each of the AWS accounts in CloudCheckr that you have …

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By Christine Sotelo of New Relic 1 month ago.
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Adding a chart to a Custom Dashboard from anywhere in New Relic is super easy. See a chart you like on your mobile app, server or plugin overview page? Simply hover over the chart and click Add to dashboard , and - voilà! - the chart is now on your Custom Dashboard.

Custom Dashboards are available to all New Relic users except Lite customers. So if you're currently a Lite customer, upgrade today to join in on the fun!

The post Track Trends Faster and Easier With …

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And after that step, we are immediately back in our Dashboard view, but now it is actually working: [RO] Dashboard (? for help) local, 1h59m, 0.40 QPS, 2/1/0 con/run/cac thds, 5.5.33-31.1-log Uptime MaxSQL ReplLag QPS Cxns Run Miss Lock Tbls Repl SQL 1h59m 0.40 2 0.00 0 26 Off

This way is for sure much more complicated and longer then just running with -h -u -p parameters, so why bother?

Also, if we quit the tool, and run again …

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By Keith of Heroku 9 months ago.
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We've been working hard at bringing more awesome functionality into Dashboard. The two newest features are production check and notifications center .

Once you're viewing an app in Dashboard, use production check to run a series of tests on your app that we recommend for maintaining and monitoring availability - such as appropriate DNS configuration, dyno redundancy, and app and log monitoring.

The Notifications Center is in the top right of your dashboard …

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By Shanley of Heroku 9 months ago.
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Dashboard

Heroku Dashboard provides a useful, beautiful GUI to see all of your apps and view and manage resources, collaborators, settings and more. You can also view release history and rollback directly from Dashboard via the activity tab within each app.

Also in Dashboard, you can link your deploy hashes to GitHub by adding a repository on the settings page for your app. Then just click on the deploy hashes in the activity logs to see the full changelog on GitHub!

Happy Workflows…

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The Dashboard class provides a common interface for locating the user's collaborator objects.

We pass the dashboard's state to view partials and stop worrying about them.

When using instance variables in controller memoizations, we don't count these toward the limit. We use the convention of prefixing unused variables with an underscore to make it clear what is meant to be used in a view: def calculate @result_of_expensive_calculation ||= SuperCalculator.get_started(thing) …

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…hungry I eat. When I get tired I sleep. If I actually do need to see a clock, I can swipe over to my Dashboard 1 or look at one of the eighteen iOS devices that are sitting on my desk.

Removing the clock on the screen that I stare at through most of the day made me stop watching the clock and working as a slave to it. I no longer count down the time to quitting time. I just stop working when I feel like I am done for the day. Sometimes that's at 3:30PM sometimes it is at 8PM.

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By Bryan Hale of Chef Blog over 1 year ago.
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Enter Appfirst and the DevOps Dashboard. Appfirst's monitoring service brings full-stack visibility into systems, applications and business metrics. It collects everything from the most granular running processes, to high level business metrics, and combines it all in one single view.

At Opscode, we are very excited to be collaborating with the team at Appfirst to make it as easy as possible for Chef users to add full-stack visibility to Chef-managed infrastructure. …

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By Todd Hoff of High Scalability over 1 year ago.
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Kafka, Finagle, and an intriguing cell based architecture for powering their Dashboard. Effort is now going into fixing short term problems in their PHP application, pulling things out, and doing it right using services.

The theme at Tumblr is transition at massive scale. Transition from a LAMP stack to a somewhat bleeding edge stack. Transition from a small startup team to a fully armed and ready development team churning out new features and infrastructure. To help us understand how …

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