Librato Metrics is a time series data management service that simplifies the process of storing, analyzing, and presenting any type of time series data. Metrics features a RESTful API, a scalable, redundant data store, and a flexible dashboard creation tool with a selection of presentation instruments and an alert service that ties into a number of web services such as email or IM. Metrics can be used for a wide variety of applications, from monitoring cloud or datacenter infrastructures to managing data collected from sensor networks.
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The Librato Python Sample Code by Librato presents API interaction to access cloud monitoring in real time, with REST architecture and JSON protocol. Tests available include aggregator, alerts, dashboards, metrics, query, and streams.
The Librato Ruby Sample Code by Librato demonstrates API interaction to access cloud monitoring in real time, with REST architecture and JSON protocol. Use the reference to implement annotations, alerts, jobs, services, and sources into web applications.
The Librato C# Sample Code by Fábio Caldas demonstrates how to optimize an interface by debugging and preventing errors. It allows interacting with a project, configuring a platform for efficient development.