I don’t know if I’m just anxious for Monitorama next week or we just got lucky, but it was a genuinely fun issue to gather stories for this week. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did! 📈🌈🍩
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An overview of Expedia’s most important operational metrics across a variety of use cases and service types. If you’re a technical leader in your group, it might be a fun exercise to review these with your team.
How one company approached their observability journey, along with some excellent tips gained through experience.
This is a bit of a one-off, but it reminds me that monitoring systems can be a very complicated beast. Easy diagramming is a win for everyone, admins and users alike.
An excellent look at the state of distributed tracing, acknowleding the pains that we’ve experienced up to this point, and some thoughts on where the discipline might be heading.
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Grafana’s founder reminiscences on some personal and project highlights over the past decade. I’ll never forget the joy of him announcing his new “full-time gig” with us at Monitorama PDX 2014, but can we all agree to pour one out for the old “Raintank Inc” name? 😉🍺
Nice to see a community workaround to extend the capabilities of the Prometheus HTTP API.
A handy pattern for protecting personal identifiable information (PII) in Fluent Bit using filter plugins.
Grafana Labs celebrated ten years of Grafana’s existence at their recent GrafanaCON event, including the release of Grafana 10. The new panels look like a nice addition, and the Correlations feature has a lot of potential to consolidate our debugging workflows.
Possibly the fastest path to go from zero to full monitoring stack with Prometheus and Loki.
“This project enhances the native Prometheus HTTP API by providing additional features and addressing its limitations.”
I’m super excited for this event… there are so many excellent speakers and talks on the agenda. Hope to see you there in person. 😸
See you next week!
– Jason (@obfuscurity) Monitoring Weekly Editor