Ok guys I have posted here about this beofre (sorry) but I need to make sure I have this all down before I restart this project again…
We have multiple data centers, and I would like to send checks to one central location… We have too much latency and iffy connections to send the payloads over directly from the clients… So… My plan is to have a Rabbitmq server at each location to (forward) the traffic on to the master location… At the master location I need a load balanced sensu cluster.
I currently have rabbitmq shovelers at the master location pulling the data from the remote locations and it works great. but that is to a single master.
Is there a way to set up a cluster with rabbit, redis, and sensu while still using the current config (with the shovelers pulling from the remote locations)?
In a simple HA setup do you (on the client config) point the rabbitmq ip address to the HA proxy?
Are there any blogs about doing this in more detail than this one (http://failshell.io/sensu/high-availability-sensu/)?
All input is welcome and much appreciated!!
Also does anyone have a time frame for the release that will allow multiple sensu masters to report to one api???