Sensu Servers with remote sites


#1

I am aware that sensu can work where it will determine if several sensu servers are together which is the auto-master. But is there a way to force having a tiered model?

I have several remote offices. I am looking to make each office be sensu-server, but still want to aggregate all the data/alerts/metrics to a master system. Has anyone setup this topology? Suggestions?

Thanks,

Fred


#2

I've added a first draft at documenting this FAQ here:

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On Thu, Sep 11, 2014 at 2:36 AM, Fred Licht <patchsmyle@gmail.com> wrote:

I am aware that sensu can work where it will determine if several sensu
servers are together which is the auto-master. But is there a way to force
having a tiered model?

I have several remote offices. I am looking to make each office be
sensu-server, but still want to aggregate all the data/alerts/metrics to a
master system. Has anyone setup this topology? Suggestions?

Thanks,
Fred


#3

'm not a developer, but I do work with windows daily at my job and tinker in c# apps … I’d love to contribute if I can be of any help … I’d really love to bring Sensu to my edu and dump nagios/scom…

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On Thursday, September 11, 2014 2:36:32 PM UTC+5, Fred Licht wrote:

I am aware that sensu can work where it will determine if several sensu servers are together which is the auto-master. But is there a way to force having a tiered model?

I have several remote offices. I am looking to make each office be sensu-server, but still want to aggregate all the data/alerts/metrics to a master system. Has anyone setup this topology? Suggestions?

Thanks,

Fred