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Leonardo Henrique da Paixão
Student, QA Developer at SolarView Business · | 15 upvotes · 144.3K views

The objective of this work was to develop a system to monitor the materials of a production line using IoT technology. Currently, the process of monitoring and replacing parts depends on manual services. For this, load cells, microcontroller, Broker MQTT, Telegraf, InfluxDB, and Grafana were used. It was implemented in a workflow that had the function of collecting sensor data, storing it in a database, and visualizing it in the form of weight and quantity. With these developed solutions, he hopes to contribute to the logistics area, in the replacement and control of materials.

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Pros of collectd
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    Open Source
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    Modular, plugins
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      Easy setup
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      Graphs are interactive
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      Well maintained on github
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      Montiors datasbases
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      Monitors nginx, redis, logs
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      Can submit metrics to Time Series databases
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      Open source
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      Netdata is also a statsd server
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      Written in C
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      Easy Alert Setop

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    What is collectd?

    collectd gathers statistics about the system it is running on and stores this information. Those statistics can then be used to find current performance bottlenecks (i.e. performance analysis) and predict future system load (i.e. capacity planning). Or if you just want pretty graphs of your private server and are fed up with some homegrown solution you're at the right place, too.

    What is Monitor in a Box?

    Collect and maintain a history of both application performance and infrastructure health metrics.

    What is Netdata?

    Netdata democratizes monitoring, empowering IT teams to know more about their infrastructure, enabling them to quickly identify and troubleshoot issues, collaborate to solve problems, and make data-driven decisions to move business forward.

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