Cross-Tier Visibility and Operational Intelligence for your OpenStack Environment.
AI-powered. Automated. Real-time. Zero Configuration.
OpenStack is an open-source software platform used to develop private & public cloud environments. It consists of multiple interdependent microservices to provide a production-ready IaaS layer for applications and virtual machines.
Current OpenStack environments' metrics are usually monitored using traditional tools, such as Nagios or Zabbix, while logs are analyzed manually for root cause analysis.
Loom automates OpenStack Log Monitoring. Loom leverages AI to analyze all your logs in real-time to detect and correlate anomalies across the entire OpenStack environment. by doing that, Loom finds issues before they affect your business, and radically simplifies the root-cause analysis process.
Loom notifies of meaningful issues in your environment with the full context needed for troubleshooting, including the actual root-cause of the issue and recommended resolutions from loom's proprietary knowledge base (TriKB™).
Loom Systems enables you to:
Gain real-time visibility centrally across Compute, Network, Storage, Identity, Telemetry and other components of your OpenStack deployment.
Correlate events across the different OpenStack components to trace the exact root-cause of the detected issues.
Get recommendations and action items for the detected issues from Loom's proprietary crowd-sourced knowledge base (TriKB™).
Julio Calderon, Global Senior Product Manager at KIO Networks, joined our session at OpenStack Summit 2017 to speak about his experience with Loom's AI-powered OpenStack monitoring solution.
In addition to collecting, visualizing, and aggregating logs and metrics that are specific to OpenStack, Loom Systems can also correlate events with other systems or software in your stack, alert users on abnormal application behaviors, automatically detect outliers, and more.
Loom Systems' OpenStack integration gives immediate, in-depth visibility into this critical component of your infrastructure, including:
Compute (Nova) - Nova is the computational module of OpenStack, accounting for the majority of nodes in a typical OpenStack deployment.
Network Fabric (Neutron) - Neutron is OpenStack’s network fabric controller. It was created with the goal of simplifying OpenStack network configuration.
Storage (Cinder) - Cinder is a Block Storage service for OpenStack. It's designed to present storage resources to end users that can be consumed by the OpenStack Compute (Nova).
Identity Management (Keystone) - Keystone serves as an identity and authentication server. All the requests to Openstack have to go through the keystone identification. Keystone can be likened to Amazon’s IAM service.
Telemetry (Ceilometer) - The Telemetry service (Ceilometer) collects metering and event data relating to OpenStack services. Data collected by the Telemetry service can be used for billing.
Heat Heat implements an orchestration engine to launch multiple composite cloud applications based on templates in the form of text files that can be treated like code.
With the Loom System OpenStack integration you have access to the logs and metrics you need to better coordinate loads across your Nova cluster and properly tune your nodes. Your logs and metrics will no longer be a black box.