DevOps for AWS: Continuous Testing and Monitoring for an IoT Smart City Solution

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DevOps for AWS: Continuous Testing and Monitoring for an IoT Smart City Solution

Executive Summary

The client is a leading telecom player with products and solutions in the IoT and smart city space. The client designs embedded applications for video surveillance, retail analytics, public safety and asset management. Using an open networking platform, the client wanted to launch a breakthrough video surveillance solution with analytics to help facility owners and municipalities streamline their business goals for maximum cost savings.

The client was facing a challenge in monitoring the huge infrastructure of 600+ servers with ~500 video nodes and ~6000 core nodes as well as 100+ services at 30 sites as part of deploying their smart city video surveillance solution. eInfochips was involved in continuous testing and monitoring of their AWS (Amazon Web Services) infrastructure. eInfochips, as a solution partner, helped the client improve their uptime from 90% to 99% over a period of 7 months.

Project Highlights

  • AWS infrastructure continuous testing and monitoring
  • Incident management
  • Visualization and monitoring using ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana), Nagios, Graphite & Grafana
  • Uptime improved from 90% to 99%

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Executive Summary

The client is a leading telecom player with products and solutions in the IoT and smart city space. The client designs embedded applications for video surveillance, retail analytics, public safety and asset management. Using an open networking platform, the client wanted to launch a breakthrough video surveillance solution with analytics to help facility owners and municipalities streamline their business goals for maximum cost savings.

The client was facing a challenge in monitoring the huge infrastructure of 600+ servers with ~500 video nodes and ~6000 core nodes as well as 100+ services at 30 sites as part of deploying their smart city video surveillance solution. eInfochips was involved in continuous testing and monitoring of their AWS (Amazon Web Services) infrastructure. eInfochips, as a solution partner, helped the client improve their uptime from 90% to 99% over a period of 7 months.

Project Highlights

  • AWS infrastructure continuous testing and monitoring
  • Incident management
  • Visualization and monitoring using ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana), Nagios, Graphite & Grafana
  • Uptime improved from 90% to 99%

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Executive Summary

The client is a leading telecom player with products and solutions in the IoT and smart city space. The client designs embedded applications for video surveillance, retail analytics, public safety and asset management. Using an open networking platform, the client wanted to launch a breakthrough video surveillance solution with analytics to help facility owners and municipalities streamline their business goals for maximum cost savings.

The client was facing a challenge in monitoring the huge infrastructure of 600+ servers with ~500 video nodes and ~6000 core nodes as well as 100+ services at 30 sites as part of deploying their smart city video surveillance solution. eInfochips was involved in continuous testing and monitoring of their AWS (Amazon Web Services) infrastructure. eInfochips, as a solution partner, helped the client improve their uptime from 90% to 99% over a period of 7 months.

Project Highlights

  • AWS infrastructure continuous testing and monitoring
  • Incident management
  • Visualization and monitoring using ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana), Nagios, Graphite & Grafana
  • Uptime improved from 90% to 99%

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