Beanstalk monitoring with Netdata

What is Beanstalk?

Beanstalk is a cloud-based continuous integration and deployment platform that allows developers to easily manage and deploy their applications. It provides an easy-to-use interface and allows users to quickly deploy their code with minimal effort. Beanstalk is popular among developers and businesses due to its scalability and reliability.

Monitoring Beanstalk with Netdata

The prerequisites for monitoring Beanstalk with Netdata are to have Beanstalk and Netdata installed on your system.

Netdata auto discovers hundreds of services, and for those it doesn’t turning on manual discovery is a one line configuration. For more information on configuring Netdata for Beanstalk monitoring please read the collector documentation.

You should now see the Beanstalk section on the Overview tab in Netdata Cloud already populated with charts about all the metrics you care about.

Netdata has a public demo space (no login required) where you can explore different monitoring use-cases and get a feel for Netdata.

What Beanstalk metrics are important to monitor - and why?

CPU Usage

Jobs Rate

Connections Rate

Commands Rate

Current Tubes

This metric has a built-in alert. See below to learn more.

 template: bind_rndc_stats_file_size
       on: bind_rndc.stats_size
    class: Utilization
     type: DNS
component: BIND

Current Jobs

This metric has a built-in alert. See below to learn more.

 template: beanstalk_server_buried_jobs
       on: beanstalk.current_jobs
    class: Workload
     type: Messaging
component: Beanstalk
     calc: $buried
    units: jobs
    every: 10s
     warn: $this > 0
     crit: $this > 10
    delay: up 0 down 5m multiplier 1.2 max 1h
     info: number of buried jobs across all tubes.
           You need to manually kick them so they can be processed. 

Current Connections



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