At GrafanaCon EU, we gathered representatives of the Graphite, Prometheus, InfluxDB, and Timescale projects in the hopes of starting a spirited conversation about the current state of Time Series Databases. They didn’t disappoint!
With 5,000 engineers, 325,000 customers running its software, 2 data centers fully owned and operated, 200 node sites around the world, and a diverse architecture developed over almost four decades, Bloomberg has that many reasons to be committed to monitoring.
A water and energy innovation company founded in 2005, Natel Energy builds hydropower turbines and designs resilient and distributed hydropower systems. In his talk at GrafanaCon EU, Natel Developer Ryan McKinley gave us a fascinating look at how the company is using Grafana to help run these next-generation power plants.
Monitoring with Azure and Grafana What is whitebox monitoring? Why do we monitor our systems? What is the Azure Monitor plugin and how can I use it to monitor my Azure resources? Recently, I spoke at Swetugg 2018, a .NET conference held in Stockholm, Sweden to answer these questions. In this video you’ll learn some basic monitoring principles, some of the tools we use to monitor our systems, and get an inside look at the new Azure Monitor plugin for Grafana.
Øredev - Carl Bergquist - Monitoring for Everyone What is monitoring? What do the terms log, metric, and distributed tracing actually mean? What makes a good alert? Why should I care? At a recent developer conference in Malmö, Sweden, I gave a presentation on monitoring and observability to discuss the high level concepts and common tools that are out there. Monitoring and observability can easily become quite complex, but at the heart of it, we simply want to know how our systems are performing, and when performance drops – be able to find out why.