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🎂 Happy birthday, Sensu Go (plus a giveaway)

As Caleb recently noted, it’s been a year since the GA release of Sensu Go! In fact, today marks the official one-year mark; since December 5, 2018, Sensu Go has been downloaded over 1 million...

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How Harvard automates monitoring with Sensu Go

Sensu Summit 2019 featured talks from the Sensu Community, including Harvard University SRE Molly Duggan, who shared how the Harvard FAS Research Computing Department uses CI/CD pipelines and the...

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Announcing the Sensu archives

We're making temporary EOL repositories available for Sensu Core 1.x & Sensu Enterprise 3.x to help you prepare for the upcoming EOL dates.

Earlier this year, we reached an important early...

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One year of Sensu Go!

We're making Sensu Go completely free for your first 100 nodes – including all commercial features, like SSO. It's a more scalable, integrated, and secure Sensu for all!

It's hard to believe it's...

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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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Back to school at Sensu Summit 2019

The community came together on September 9-10, 2019 for Sensu Summit for two excellent days of talks, workshops, and a touch of high school nostalgia (Revolution Hall used to be a school, after...

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Understanding RBAC in Sensu Go

Regulating access to resources is a fundamental measure for enterprises to ensure the security and reliability of a system. The last thing you need is a stolen or weak password to give up the keys...

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Self-service monitoring checks in Sensu Go

Now that we’ve officially launched Sensu Go and announced the EOL schedule for Sensu 1.x, I want to address some of the ways in which we’re either ensuring backwards compatibility between Sensu...

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Filters: valves for the Sensu monitoring event pipeline

Filters, the mechanism for allowing and denying events to be handled, have been given a refresh in Sensu Go. These new and improved JavaScript filters give you a way to express business logic...

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

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Sensu Go is here!

Sensu Go is here!

Today is the day: Sensu Go is now in General Availability (GA)! Sensu Go features human-centered design by making it easier to use Sensu; we went from operations...

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