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From Jilani Shaik <>
Subject Re: Solr Cloud
Date Tue, 05 May 2015 02:51:01 GMT
Thanks Shawn, It has provided the pointers of open source, I am really
interested to look for open source solution, I have basic knowledge of
Ganglia and Nagios. I have gone through the "sematext" and our company
already using "newrelic" on this space. But I am interested in open source
similar to Ambari/cloud era manager as one shop for this. Even I am
interested to contribute on this as a developer. Are there any one working
on this monitoring tool for Apache Solr.


On Mon, May 4, 2015 at 7:08 PM, Shawn Heisey <> wrote:

> On 5/4/2015 6:16 AM, Jilani Shaik wrote:
> > Do we have any monitoring tools for Apache Solr Cloud? similar to Apache
> > Ambari which is used for Hadoop Cluster.
> >
> > Basically I am looking for tool similar to Apache Ambari, which will give
> > us various metrics in terms of graphs and charts along with deep details
> > for each node in Hadoop cluster.
> The most comprehensive and capable Solr monitoring available that I know
> of is a service provided by Sematext.
> If you want something cheaper, you'll have to build it yourself with
> free tools.  Some of the metrics available from sematext can be
> duplicated by Xymon or Nagios, others can be duplicated by JavaMelody or
> another monitoring tool made specifically for Java programs.  I have
> duplicated some of that information with tools that I wrote myself, like
> this status servlet:
> Nothing that I have built comes close to what sematext provides, but if
> you want history from their SPM product on your servers that goes back
> more than half an hour, you will pay for it.   Their prices are actually
> fairly reasonable for everything you get.
> Thanks,
> Shawn

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