Monitoring Systems and Services with Prometheus (LFS241)
Skills Covered: Systems and Service Monitoring, Prometheus, Installing Prometheus, Setting Up Prometheus, Basic Querying, Dashboarding, Monitoring Host Metrics, Monitoring Container Metrics, Instrumenting Code, Building Exporters, Advanced Querying, Relabeling, Service Discovery, Blackbox Monitoring, Pushing Data, Alerting, Making Prometheus Available, Recording Rules, Scaling Prometheus Deployments, Prometheus, Kubernetes, Local Storage, Remote Storage Integrations, Monitoring Prometheus, Debugging
ABOUT THIS COURSE
This course is for technology professionals with a limited understanding of Linux/Unix system management and some Go and/or Python programming experience.
You will learn how to use Prometheus to develop a greater understanding of your programmes and resources, as well as how to provide more precise and meaningful alerts.
Access to a Linux server or Linux desktop/laptop is necessary to complete the lab exercises in this course. You’ll also need access to a public cloud service or VirtualBox installed on your desktop. The course includes detailed guidance for setting up your lab space.
You should be able to complete the lab activities using the free tier or credits offered by a cloud service such as GCP or AWS. However, you can be charged if you use more credits than the cloud provider originally allotted to you, or if the cloud provider’s terms and conditions change.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
This course walks potential Prometheus users through all of the program’s most important functions, best practises, and usage cases. It addresses topics such as installing and configuring Prometheus, tracking modules and resources, querying and alerting, and integrating Prometheus with Kubernetes.
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