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FnordMetric: A Framework for Collecting and Visualizing Timeseries

FnordMetric looks like an interesting library for collecting and visualizing timeseries:

FnordMetric

According to the docs, the framework has 3 components:

  1. FnordMetric Classic: a DSL for processing data streams and building web-based dashboards.

    It’s built in Ruby and uses Redis.

  2. FnordMetric Enterprise: a JVM-based timeseries databases

  3. FnordMetricUI: HTML5 and Javascript API for embeding charts into web pages. It works with either the Classic or Enterprise backends.

My only question is why building a new storage engine for the Enterprise component when there are already so many good tools for doing this. Other than that, I really liked the screenshot.

Original title and link: FnordMetric: A Framework for Collecting and Visualizing Timeseries (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)