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Monitoring HashiCorp Nomad with Prometheus and Grafana

Monitoring HashiCorp Nomad with Prometheus and Grafana

How to monitor your HashiCorp Nomad with Prometheus and Grafana. Build dashboards with the metrics exported by Nomad.

Observability vs Monitoring

Observability vs Monitoring

Observability combines the use of metrics, logs, and tracing to give a broader understanding of what's happening compared to monitoring.

How to take a 7 figure monitoring budget down to 6

How to take a 7 figure monitoring budget down to 6

Monitoring is an essential tool, but your time and budget are limited. How can you effectively utilize both to maintain your organization?

10 Reasons You Should Use MetricFire

10 Reasons You Should Use MetricFire

Monitoring servers, applications, networks, or any other part of the IT infrastructure is important to fast-growing tech companies, and MetricFire covers monitoring in all of these areas. Here are 10 reasons to use MetricFire.

Cloud monitoring vs. On-premises - Prometheus and Grafana

Cloud monitoring vs. On-premises - Prometheus and Grafana

Prometheus and Grafana can serve both on-premises or cloud-based companies, but Hosted Prometheus and Grafana could serve both better.

AWS KMS Use Cases, Features and Alternatives

AWS KMS Use Cases, Features and Alternatives

A Key Management Service (KMS) is used to create and manage cryptographic keys and control their usage across various platforms and applications. At MetricFire, we believe security should be strengthened by continuous security monitoring practices. Tools like Prometheus and Grafana are a good combination to create custom dashboards reporting security metrics in a continuous way.

Monitoring Kubernetes tutorial: using Grafana and Prometheus

Monitoring Kubernetes tutorial: using Grafana and Prometheus

Learn to monitor Kubernetes from deploying Prometheus and Grafana with Helm, and then building dashboards for key Kubernetes metrics.

Getting started with AWS CloudWatch

Getting started with AWS CloudWatch

This article will introduce you to AWS Cloudwatch alarms, events, metrics, and logs. You will see when it's best to use each one, and how to set them up. Ultimately, using all four will help you build better observability into your system.

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