1. Monitoring Large Scale AI Workloads with Sentry


    To monitor large-scale AI workloads using Sentry, you will need to set up Sentry with your applications to track the performance and capture errors as they occur. With Pulumi, you can automate the deployment of necessary Sentry resources, such as creating a new Sentry organization, project, and rules for alerting.

    Here's what we'll do step by step in the Pulumi Python program:

    1. Set up a new Sentry organization - this is where all the projects and teams will reside.
    2. Create a new Sentry team within the organization - teams can be used to organize access to projects and issues.
    3. Create a Sentry project - this is where your AI workloads will send their monitoring data.
    4. Set a Sentry rule for the project - to specify what should happen when certain events are detected (e.g., when an error is captured).

    Let's start setting up Sentry for monitoring your AI workloads:

    import pulumi import pulumi_sentry as sentry # Replace these variables with your desired names and configuration organization_name = "my-ai-org" team_name = "ai-team" project_name = "ai-workload-project" # Create a Sentry organization sentry_organization = sentry.SentryOrganization("sentryOrg", name=organization_name, slug=organization_name.lower(), agreeTerms=True ) # Create a Sentry team within the organization sentry_team = sentry.SentryTeam("sentryTeam", name=team_name, slug=team_name.lower(), organization=sentry_organization.name ) # Create a Sentry project within the team sentry_project = sentry.SentryProject("sentryProject", name=project_name, slug=project_name.lower(), team=sentry_team.name, platform="python", # Choose the platform that matches your AI workload environment organization=sentry_organization.name ) # Create a Sentry rule for the project sentry_rule = sentry.SentryRule("sentryRule", name=f"{project_name}-error-alert", project=sentry_project.name, conditions=[{"id": "sentry.rules.conditions.first_seen_event.FirstSeenEventCondition"}], actions=[{ "id": "sentry.rules.actions.notify_event.NotifyEventAction", "name": "Send a notification (for all legacy integrations)" }], organization=sentry_organization.name, actionMatch="all", frequency=30 # Rule frequency in minutes ) # Output the Sentry project DSN (Data Source Name) pulumi.export("sentry_project_dsn", sentry_project.dsn)

    In the code above:

    • We import pulumi and pulumi_sentry modules to work with Pulumi and the Sentry provider.
    • A Sentry organization is created with a specified name and agreement to terms.
    • Within this organization, a team is created to manage our projects.
    • A Sentry project is set up for the AI workload, specifying the team it belongs to and the platform ("python" in this case, though it should reflect your environment).
    • A rule is created to alert via notifications for first seen events, meaning you will be alerted for new kinds of errors when they occur.
    • Lastly, the DSN for the Sentry project is exported, which will be required for configuring your application to send monitoring data to Sentry.

    You need to integrate Sentry's SDK into your application to start monitoring the AI workloads. Refer to Sentry's documentation for the specific setup required depending on the programming language and environment you use.

    Remember to configure your Sentry provider with the necessary credentials before deploying this code. You can typically do this by setting the SENTRY_AUTH_TOKEN environment variable, which you can obtain from Sentry's account settings.

    Deploy your monitoring infrastructure by running pulumi up. After it's deployed, the DSN will be outputted, which you should insert into your AI applications to start sending data to Sentry.