Cinched is a microservice which provides key management and cryptographic operations. It’s main goal is to make it easier for application developers to implement encryption of data at rest.
Riak Ensemble Demo
A small demonstration application on how to use the Riak Ensemble multi-paxos consensus application.
A small C library for performing OCSP lookups.
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Erlang C NIF for miscellaneous Linux passwd/user related functions.
MySQL binary log rotator
This is a tool to automatically rotate binary logs on high churn replication masters where using the built-in automatic rotation functionality might be dangerous (for example when slaves lose connectivity for extended periods of time).
It queries the state of slaves to ensure that the log purge is safe.
Erlang NIF driver to libocsp for performing OCSP lookups from within Erlang.
A folder replication tool for Erlang. Files are sent over TLS sockets, while folder metadata (file list and checksums) are sent over Erlang distribution.
Performance should be reasonable even for very large files withtout blowing up Erlang communication channels, however if you’re syncing folders with large numbers of files, Erlang might not be too happy with a gigantic file manifest.
A small perl script to bind to exchanges on an AMQP broker and output messages to STDOUT.
These are a series of Perl plugins for Collectd. What I’ve implemented:
- CPUSummary: Summarizes CPU utilization (the build-in plugin gives you metrics per core, which in my opinion isn’t terribly helpful)
- HTTPCheck: A simple HTTP plugin that can apply a regular expression or parse a JSON object and test that a specific key in the object has a specific value. On success returns 1.
- MySQL: Queries a MySQL instance and returns every single numeric variable that it can find (around 500 metrics?)
- RabbitMQ: Monitors a RabbitMQ broker for queues and message rates.
- Riak: Pulls all stats available from the stats HTTP endpoint in a Riak cluster
- AMQPJson: Writes metrics gathered by a collectd instance to an AMQP broker in a JSON encoded payload
- AMQPJsonUDP: Same as AMQPJson, but will send the data over UDP (assuming you have Tony Garrock-Jones’ UDP plugin for RabbitMQ setup)
- AmqpGraphite: Same as above, but graphite format instead of JSON
A Puppet class to manage the Collectd service. Currently somewhat Ubuntu specific but I’ll be fixing that shortly.
A helper application which pulls Collectd metrics from AMQP and pushes them to an OpenTSDB cluster. Part of my perfect monitoring solution ™
Interruptus is the continuation of the idea I had been working on with new-hope. This time, it’s java through and through. Once again I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with Fabio B. Silva on an interesting idea and his help has been tremendous. Interruptus has a greatly improved design, is clusterable with automatic master/slave failover based on Zookeeper, a REST API for managing the Esper runtime, on the fly metric cataloging and much more. Also part of my perfect monitoring solution ™.
New-Hope – retired
New hope uses jruby/ruby to embed the Esper complex event processing to a framework for reading and processing time series data published to AMQP. This project is dead in favor or Interruptus.