Cyanite is a daemon which provides services to store and retrieve timeseries data. It aims to be compatible with the Graphite eco-system.
Cyanite stores timeseries data in Apache Cassandra by default and focuses on the following aspects:
- By relying on Apache Cassandra, Cyanite is able to provide highly available, elastic, and low-latency time-series storage.
- The Graphite eco-system has become the de-facto standard for interacting
with time-series data, either with
graphite-webor with Grafana. Cyanite will strive to remain as integrated as possible with this eco-system and to provide simple interaction modes.
Cyanite is Open-Source software, released under an MIT license and is available on github: https://github.com/pyr/cyanite. The latest release is available at https://github.com/pyr/cyanite/releases/latest
The updated Cyanite is a work in progress. Please stay tuned for the first release.
- Quickstart Guide
- Design and Concepts
- Administrator Guide
- Cyanite HTTP Service