[openstack-dev] [Monasca] influxDB clustering and HA will be "commercial option".

Hochmuth, Roland M roland.hochmuth at hpe.com
Thu Jun 2 07:40:02 UTC 2016

Hi László, as another alternative you could achieve something similar in Monasca, without using the InfluxDB Relay project, by configuring multiple Monasca Persisters each in a different consumer group, and with it's own independent InfluxDB server instance. Not sure which is the better approach. I believe the answer to your question is that multiple instances of a metrics database in Monasca is already supported. Regards --Roland

From: László Hegedüs <laszlo.hegedus at ericsson.com<mailto:laszlo.hegedus at ericsson.com>>
Organization: Ericsson AB
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Date: Thursday, June 2, 2016 at 12:51 AM
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Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [Monasca] influxDB clustering and HA will be "commercial option".

The blog post also states that:

"For our users looking for free open source options, we’ll be releasing the open source InfluxDB Relay project along with a landing page how to achieve high availability using pure open source and subscription options with the 0.12.0 releases and beyond. From that point forward our clustering efforts will be focused on the closed source Influx Enterprise offering."


So there is still an option to have it HA.

Of course it would be nice if multiple databases were supported by Monasca.

On 05/31/2016 09:30 AM, Julien Danjou wrote:

On Mon, May 30 2016, Jaesuk Ahn wrote:

It seems like “clustering” and “high availablity” of influxDB will be
available only in commercial version.
Monasca is currently leveraging influxDB as a metrics and alarm database.
Beside vertical, influxDB is currently only an open source option to use.

Indeed, it's a shame than there's nobody developing an opensource TSDB
based on open technologies that is used in OpenStack, which supports
high availability, clustering, and a ton of other features…

Wait… what about OpenStack Gnocchi?



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