World Hosting Days & Private Graphs as a Service!

Mar 17, 2015

Hi everybody,

Two announcements in one: First, like 7000 others, we’ll be visiting World Hosting Days in Rust, Germany next week. Peter, Pieter and I will be there, as will be two of our wonderful Certified Consultants (Kees Monshouwer and Christian Hofstaedtler).

If you want to meet up, please email any of us (or and we can coordinate. The PowerDNS team will in any case be available for drinks! We always like to  hear from users since you have more experience running PowerDNS than we do, and can help us guide new features.

Secondly, last year we made our ‘public graphing as a service’ available, as described on

Today, we’re happy to announce that we now also have a private variant for supported customers and selected users. This means you can benefit from a one-line setup in PowerDNS (simply set the ‘carbon-server’ variable and you are done), and view all your PowerDNS instances from one single interface, and in private.

If you’d like to use our private graphing service, please contact us for details.

The public graphing instance is now receiving over 1 gigabyte of graphs every week, so we think we are fulfilling a need!



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Bert Hubert

Bert Hubert

Principal, PowerDNS


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