Kubernetes was the first CNCF project to graduate but it’s no longer alone: Prometheus has just graduated. This technology has demonstrated thriving adoption, a documented, structured governance process, and a strong commitment to community sustainability and inclusivity.
Another open sourced project from Uber? Sign me up. M3 is a large-scale metrics platform for Prometheus. Come check it out and see how scalability can improve Prometheus.
Missing out on DevOpsCon? Why not take a look at a session from the last DevOpsCon from Björn Rabenstein? In this talk, Björn goes over why monitoring isn’t just an operational concern.
Prometheus 1.0 was released in July 2016 but it’s already old news. Prometheus 2.0 brings massive performance improvements and has become easier to operate. Let’s see what this major release is all about.
Prometheus solves the problem of how devs can monitor highly dynamic container environments. In this article, Frederick Ryckbosch goes over the advantages and disadvantages of using Prometheus, and just how scalable it really is.
Prometheus 1.0 was launched last week —it delivers a stable API and user interface. In short, “Prometheus 1.0 means upgrades won’t break programs built atop the Prometheus API, and updates won’t require storage re-initialization or deployment changes.” Let’s allow Björn Rabenstein, engineer at SoundCloud and Prometheus core developer, to tell us all everything we need to know about this release.