1. Real-time Alerting for AI Infrastructure Issues with Opsgenie


    Real-time alerting is crucial for maintaining the reliability and performance of AI infrastructure. Pulumi, combined with Opsgenie, provides a powerful way to manage infrastructure and ensure that any issues are promptly detected and addressed. Opsgenie is an alert and on-call management platform by Atlassian that enables DevOps teams to keep track of incidents and provides tools to respond to them effectively.

    To set up real-time alerting for AI infrastructure with Opsgenie, we can create a few different resources using Pulumi's Opsgenie provider:

    • Users: These are individuals who will receive notifications from Opsgenie.
    • Teams: Groupings of users that reflect your organizational structure. Alerts can be directed to the right team automatically.
    • Escalations: Defines the order in which team members will be notified if an alert is not acknowledged.
    • Schedules: Determines the on-call schedule for users, ensuring that the right people are alerted at the right times.
    • Notification Rules: Defines how and when users get notified about alerts.
    • Services: Represents a functional service (e.g., a web server, database) that the alerting will monitor.
    • Heartbeats: For monitoring and alerting if a periodic signal (heartbeat) from a system or application is not received.

    The following Pulumi program outlines how you could set up the resources mentioned above. This program assumes you have already set up Pulumi, authenticated with your cloud provider, and configured Pulumi with access to your Opsgenie account. Please replace the placeholder values with actual values that correspond to your environment and Opsgenie setup.

    import pulumi import pulumi_opsgenie as opsgenie # Create an Opsgenie user (Replace with actual user details) user = opsgenie.User("aiOpsUser", username="aio-ops-user", fullName="AI Ops User", role="User" ) # Create an Opsgenie team (Replace with actual team details) team = opsgenie.Team("aiOpsTeam", name="AI-Operations", description="Team responsible for AI Operations", members=[ opsgenie.TeamMemberArgs( id=user.id, role="admin" ) ] ) # Define an escalation policy escalation = opsgenie.Escalation("aiOpsEscalation", name="AiOps Escalation", rules=[ opsgenie.EscalationRuleArgs( delay=5, # minutes to wait before escalating if the alert is not acknowledged condition="If-not-acked", notify_type="default", # use default notification method recipients=[ opsgenie.EscalationRecipientArgs( id=team.id, # ID of the team or user to notify type="team" ) ] ) ] ) # Set up an on-call schedule schedule = opsgenie.Schedule("aiOpsSchedule", name="AI Operations On-Call Schedule", enabled=True, owner_team_id=team.id # Specify rotations and time intervals here according to your Opsgenie schedule ) # Configure notification rules for the user notification_rule = opsgenie.NotificationRule("aiOpsNotificationRule", username=user.username, name="Notify for AI Infrastructure Issues", enabled=True, action_type="schedule-end", conditions=[ opsgenie.NotificationRuleConditionArgs( type="match-all-conditions", conditions=[ opsgenie.NotificationRuleFilterArgs( field="message", operation="contains", expected_value="AI Infrastructure Issue" ) ] ) ] ) # Define a heartbeat to monitor the AI service (e.g., an AI model endpoint) heartbeat = opsgenie.Heartbeat("aiServiceHeartbeat", name="AI Service Heartbeat", interval=10, # minutes between heartbeats interval_unit="minutes", enabled=True, alert_tags=["ai-service"], alert_priority="P1" ) # Set up monitoring for the AI service service = opsgenie.Service("aiService", name="AI Service", team_id=team.id, description="AI Service for real-time operations" ) pulumi.export('user_id', user.id) pulumi.export('team_id', team.id) pulumi.export('escalation_id', escalation.id) pulumi.export('schedule_id', schedule.id) pulumi.export('notification_rule', notification_rule.name) pulumi.export('heartbeat_name', heartbeat.name) pulumi.export('service_name', service.name)

    In this program, you're creating an Opsgenie environment tailored to AI operations with the following components:

    • A user that represents someone on your AI operations team who will receive alerts.
    • A team of users responsible for handling alerts related to the AI infrastructure.
    • An escalation policy to define what should happen if an alert isn't acknowledged.
    • A notification rule to control the conditions under which a user is notified.
    • A heartbeat, which is a special type of alert in Opsgenie that triggers if a periodic signal from a monitored system or service isn't received.
    • A service to represent the AI infrastructure you're monitoring.

    By exporting the IDs and names of these resources at the end of the program, you provide easy access to these identifiers that might be needed for integration with other systems or for maintenance purposes.

    This basic setup can be expanded with more detailed scheduling, fine-tuned alerting policies, and integration with monitoring systems (e.g., Prometheus, Nagios) for an in-depth, automated alerting system for your AI infrastructure.