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 Metrics Haskell Ruby SDK by Ian Duncan allows API communication to build monitoring and analytics applications. Librato provides services to visualize metrics in less time. For interaction, contact @Librato
The Librato Metrics C# SDK by Fábio Caldas communicates with the API, allowing to collect and report data from the repository to build applications that can include monitoring and analytics in real time. Additional project information at https://sourceforge.net/projects/dotnetlibrato/
The Librato Metrics Java SDK by Librato and author Collin Van Dyck allows API interaction. It offers Maven dependency to access metrics features. It includes resources to set up the HTTP poster and use LibratoBatch.
The Librato Metrics Ruby SDK by Librato and Author Math Sanders provide access to the API. It allows to integrate monitoring services and create scripts for customized projects. Available installation and authentication. Find out how to send and aggregate metric on GitHub.