One of the challenges of getting to know Riemann is that its configuration is in Clojure. Your Riemann configuration is actually a Clojure program that executes when Riemann is running. For some folks this is a very new language and sometimes a new approach.
To help with this process I’m keen on collecting a bunch of sample Riemann configurations from people who have already “been there and done this”. There are a few already online - The Guardian have theirs up for example - but I’d love to have more.
I’ve created a repository to hold them and it’d be great if folks would create a pull request and add theirs. I’d also be happy to manually add configurations via gist, pastie, email or any other way you’d like to get them to me.comments powered by Disqus