[gnocchi][telemetry][ceilometer][cloudkitty][monasca] Gnocchi unmaintained

Radosław Piliszek radoslaw.piliszek at gmail.com
Wed Nov 20 08:28:18 UTC 2019

Sure, Lingxian. I have never negated that.
To make sure I was not misunderstood, I will rephrase myself.
Any kind of work requires effort which consists of human-spent time.
If we are well-aware that MongoDB is not the best solution, the same time
might be better spent integrating something else.
Still, from my point of view, having Monasca as the backend is enough of a
solution to the main issue in this thread which is Gnocchi not being
maintained any longer.


wt., 19 lis 2019 o 21:59 Lingxian Kong <anlin.kong at gmail.com> napisał(a):

> On Wed, Nov 20, 2019 at 9:39 AM Radosław Piliszek <
> radoslaw.piliszek at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I second Matthias' stance - MongoDB does not look like the future-proof
>> tool for the job, it's not really well suited for time-series data.
>> I feel that would just be "wasted" work to bring it back, unless it is
>> really like snapping fingers...
>> Not to mention supporting it in the long run.
>> Obviously not me making decisions. :-)
>> The other part, bringing API back, seems nice as there are ppl using
>> Ceilometer with Monasca this way.
>> I am glad to hear that Monasca is finally getting official support as a
>> publisher in Ceilometer.
>> This should actually solve the main issue of lack of a reliable publisher
>> - Monasca already handles
>> modern persistent time-series databases.
>> I added [monasca] since we have the topic of Monasca as one of
>> Ceilometer's new publishers. Feel free to remove.
> As open source community, we don't force anyone to use some specific
> software or tooling, we support as more options as possible for real use
> cases but leave the choice to the users.
> -
> Best regards,
> Lingxian Kong
> Catalyst Cloud
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