FnordMetric is a framework for collecting and visualizing timeseries data. It enables you to build beautiful real-time analytics dashboards within minutes.
FnordMetric Enterprise is a JVM-based timeseries database. It's a key-value store (much like redis or memcached) where each key holds a "measurement". There are different measurement methods like sum, mean, min/max, 90th percentile, etc. You continuously add data to these keys/measurements which is aggregated and periodically persisted.
FnordMetric Enterprise features disk persistence, a HTTP, TCP and UDP API, native WebSockets support, CSV/JSON Export and a turnkey-ready HTML5 visualization solution (FnordMetric UI). FnordMetric Enterprise can be used as a drop-in replacement for StatsD+Graphite (it is a lot faster, see Benchmarks).
FnordMetric UI is a HTML5 API that lets you plug realtime data and charts into any webpage without writing a single line of code. It gives you maximum flexiblitiy as you have full control over layout and style with HTML and CSS.
FnordMetric UI uses WebSockets to communicate with a backend server. There are two backend implementations: FnordMetric Classic (ruby + redis) and FnordMetric Enterprise (JVM). You can use FnordMetric UI as a white label solution to power your custom realtime analytics apps.
FnordMetric Classic is powered by ruby and redis. It offers a ruby DSL for processing data streams and building beautiful web dashboards from a collection of turnkey-ready UI widgets. You define your own plotting and aggregation methods as ruby blocks. See it in action! (RailsCasts)
You can find the full FnordMetric Documentation at http://fnordmetric.io/
(One patch or more)
- Simon Menke (http://github.com/fd)
- Bruno Michel (http://github.com/nono)
- Marco Borromeo (http://github.com/mborromeo)
- Leo Lou (http://github.com/l4u)
- Andy Lindeman (http://github.com/alindeman)
- Jurriaan Pruis (http://github.com/jurriaan)
- Kacper Bielecki (http://github.com/kazjote)
- John Murray (http://github.com/JohnMurray)
- Lars Gierth (http://github.com/lgierth)
- Ross Kaffenberger (http://github.com/rossta)
- Kunal Modi (http://github.com/kunalmodi)
- Michael Fairchild (http://github.com/fairchild)
- James Cox (http://github.com/imajes)
- Pieter Noordhuis (http://github.com/pietern)
- Tadas Ščerbinskas (http://github.com/tadassce)
- Sebastian Korfmann (http://github.com/skorfmann)
To contribute, please fork this repository, make your changes and run the specs, commit them to your github repository and send me a pull request. Need help, head on over to our Google Groups page to discuss any ideas that you might have.
Copyright (c) 2011 Paul Asmuth
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