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Analysis API Tooling

These are the open source management related tooling that I am tracking on as part of my research, and can be used as part of the API analysis process.

analytics-splunk-app

Splunk App to gather insights from your Chef infrastructure via Chef Analytics.

APIMetrics

APimetrics is an API Monitoring solution for developers, enterprises and anybody interested in tracking what is happening with the 3rd party APIs their apps and services rely on. u0026nbsp;If you are a developer, apply now for early access. u0026nbsp;If you are with a company that has an API, contact us to discuss private monitoring services.

brubeck

A Statsd-compatible metrics aggregator

dnssec-analysis

tools for analyzing dnssec

google-analytics

A command-line interface and Python API wrapper for Google Analytics.

Graphite

Graphite is a highly scalable real-time graphing system. As a user, you write an application that collects numeric time-series data that you are interested in graphing, and send it to Graphites processing backend, carbon, which stores the data in Graphites specialized database. The data can then be visualized through graphites web interfaces.

opendns-fetchstats

Automatically fetch your OpenDNS Top Domains data

piwik

Liberating Web Analytics. Star us on Github? +1. Piwik is the leading open alternative to Google Analytics that gives you full control over your data. Piwik lets you easily collect data from websites, apps u0026 the IoT and visualise this data and extract insights. Privacy is built-in. We love Pull Requests!

Stats D

StatsDu0026nbsp;is a dead simple NodeJS daemon that listens for messages over a UDP port. When a message is received, it parses the messages, and extracts metrics data. StatsD lets you define what you want to track, throw it at the StatsD over a UDP port, once processed you can schedule it to dump to Graphite for further processing and visualization.

StatZone

DNS zone file analyzer targeted at TLD zones

tessera

A dashboard front-end for graphite.

If there is an "open source tool" that should be listed here, submit as a Github Issue, and I will consider adding.