Live demonstration of Sensu

Try a live demo of the Sensu web UI. Log in with username guest and password i<3sensu.

Explore the Entities page to learn what Sensu is monitoring, the Events page for the latest observability events, and the Checks page for active service and metric checks.

You can also use the demo to try out sensuctl, the Sensu command line tool. First, install sensuctl on your workstation. Then, configure sensuctl to connect to the demo.

Run sensuctl configure and enter the following information:

? Authentication method: username/password
? Sensu Backend API URL: https://caviar.tf.sensu.io:8080
? Namespace: default
? Preferred output format: tabular
? Username: guest
? Password: i<3sensu

With sensuctl configured, to view the latest observability events, run:

sensuctl event list

Read the sensuctl documentation to get started using sensuctl.

About the demo

The Caviar project shown in the demo monitors the Sensu docs site using a licensed Sensu cluster of three backends.