Understand Monitoring & Telemetry Fundamentals
Equip yourself with Linux Command line Monitoring Tools
Learn to implement Monitoring Tools like Grafana, Netdata, ELK, CAdvisor & Prometheus
Monitoring & Telemetry for Production Systems is a concise guided project about various methods of monitoring Production Servers to ensure Reliability of Web Services, Sites, Servers and Applications. This guided-project introduces you to Monitoring & Telemetry for Production Systems. The tasks comprising this project demonstrate how Production Servers and Applications are monitored and the tools used in the process. For a successful DevOps setup, a good monitoring platform lets you monitor infrastructure and application performance, whether on-premise, in the cloud, or across containerized environments — so you have complete visibility into every system, all the time. This guided-project introduces you to these tenets of monitoring wit h meaningful hands-on exercises. By the end of this project, you will be able to: - Learn Monitoring & Telemetry Fundamentals - Equip yourself with Linux Command line Monitoring Tools - Understand how to perform Server & Docker Container Monitoring with Netdata & Cadvisor - Perform Application Monitoring & Telemetry with Prometheus & Grafana - Part I - Perform Application Monitoring & Telemetry with Prometheus & Grafana - Part II - Implement Log Monitoring & Analysis with ELK Stack
In a video that plays in a split-screen with your work area, your instructor will walk you through these steps:
Monitoring & Telemetry Fundamentals
Linux Command line Monitoring Tools
Server & Docker Container Monitoring with Netdata & Cadvisor
Application Monitoring & Telemetry with Prometheus & Grafana - Part I
Application Monitoring & Telemetry with Prometheus & Grafana - Part II
Log Monitoring & Analysis with ELK Stack
Your workspace is a cloud desktop right in your browser, no download required
In a split-screen video, your instructor guides you step-by-step
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