Uchiwa

Uchiwa is a simple yet effective open-source dashboard for the Sensu monitoring framework. This chart bootstraps an Uchiwa deployment on a Kubernetes cluster using the Helm package manager.

Multiple Sensu Instances

Uchiwa aggregates the data of all your Sensu instances in order to offer a unified view of your infrastructure. Each instance is represented as a data center and can be easily filtered.

Real-Time

All data is automatically refreshed, at a configurable interval, and does not require a page reload, which makes Uchiwa ready to be displayed on bigger screens.

Silence Checks and Clients

Uchiwa provides an easy mechanism to silence any check or client for a determined or unlimited period of time. Context can be easily added by supplying a reason upon stash creation.

Unified Client View

Uchiwa aggregates all information concerning a specific client within a unique view. Custom content can easily be added to a client or an event through Sensu in order to provide a better context.

Simple Filtering

Uchiwa makes it easy to filter all Sensu data based on any properties, such as a team name or a client subscription. The filtered results can also be shared with a simple link.

Multiple Themes

Two themes are provided with Uchiwa and additional themes can easily be created with Sass stylesheets. Contribute to Uchiwa with yours!

Silencing

Uchiwa provides an easy mechanism to silence any check or client for a determined or unlimited period of time. Context can be easily added by supplying a reason upon stash creation.

 

Uchiwa High Availability

If you are using Uchiwa built-in authentication and wish to run multiple instances of Uchiwa together, you will need to adjust your configuration.

Uchiwa generates a temporary key during its launch, which is later destroyed once the process is stopped or restarted. This key is used for generating and validating the signatures of the JSON Web Tokens (JWT) for authentication.

This behavior is problematic when multiple instances of Uchiwa are used behind a load balancer or if the Uchiwa process needs to be frequently restarted.

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