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Sean Porter

Sean Porter
CTO for Sensu.

Recent Posts

Monitoring event pipelines: Why you need one, and why you should stop rolling your own

Over the last 10 years, the landscape that we manage, maintain, and control as operators and developers has changed dramatically. We’ve shifted from monolith to microservices, from bare metal to...

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Monitoring multi-cloud environments

Migrating to the cloud comes with plenty of challenges, especially when it comes to maintaining visibility and avoiding downtime.

The following post is adapted from Sean’s article in ITProPortal.

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Security and privacy in the public cloud:

What companies are missing and why it matters

As with any enterprise technology, there are benefits and challenges when creating IT environments in the public cloud. The benefits include cost...

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Announcing secrets management in Sensu Go

In order to determine the health and current state of your systems, monitoring by its very nature requires access to internal and external services. Traditionally, users have had to get creative...

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Monitoring and observability:

How the two concepts feed each other to create a holistic approach to visibility

This article was originally published on DevOps.com.

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The Q4'19-Q1'20 Sensu Go product roadmap

Looking back at one year of Sensu Go and looking ahead at version 6.0!

Sensu Go has come a long way since its GA release in December 2018; in a little over 10 months, we've seen 14 minor version...

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Scaling Sensu Go

Or, why we spent $10K on gaming hardware to improve our product

This time last year, Sensu Go hadn’t been released in General Availability (GA) yet. Now, 10 months later, version 5.14 is in...

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Monitoring Kubernetes, part 4: the Sensu-native approach

This is part 4 in a series on monitoring Kubernetes and Docker. Catch up on parts 1, 2, and 3.

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Infrastructure as code: testing and monitoring

In my last post, I talked about the evolution of infrastructure as code and its role in modern software development. To recap, let's take a quick look back at what an IaC process establishes: in a...

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How Kubernetes works

It's no secret that the popularity of running containerized applications has exploded over the past several years. Being able to iterate and release an application by...

Monitoring Kubernetes + Docker, part 2: Prometheus

Monitoring Kubernetes + Docker, part 2: Prometheus

This is part 2 in a series on monitoring Kubernetes. Check out parts 1, 3, and 4.

In part 1 of this series, I discussed the rise of microservice architecture and the...

Infrastructure as code: testing and monitoring

Infrastructure as code: testing and monitoring

In my last post, I talked about the evolution of infrastructure as code and its role in modern software development. To recap, let's take a quick look back at what an...

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