October 2, 2015
by Evan Powell
Let’s get right to it.
This week we feature a tutorial that published last week. It has to do with auto-remediating your environment. The tutorial focuses on using StackStorm to auto-remediation Cassandra; it was published at the Cassandra Summit after all – building on Netflix’s use of StackStorm for that use case.
However – and here is the kicker – keep in mind StackStorm is basically a giant lego set. The pattern outlined in the tutorial works. Not Cassandra? OK, have a different source of events and a different target for your actions. MySql? MongoDB? Heck, even Oracle? It can take you just a matter of minutes to adapt this tutorial to your needs.
And if you do contribute back some remediation patterns – your name can appear in lights as a guest blogger. Ping us on our community channel on Slack and we can help you adapt the pattern this blog highlights to your particular circumstances.
And the GIF from the tutorial. Have at it!