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Cube: An Open Source Data Analysis Tool Built on MongoDB

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Cube: An Open Source Data Analysis Tool Built on MongoDB

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If you have a collection of timestamped data, the open source tool, Cube, can derive metrics from that data.  It's built on MongoDB and works with a JavaScript library called Cubism for data visualization.

Cube’s collector receives events and saves them to MongoDB. You can send events via UDP, HTTP POST, or WebSockets. Cube has built-in support for receiving events from collectd.

-- GitHub Page 


You can read the docs cube to learn more about Cube's extensibility.

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